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Guinea Pig wanted (OVER)

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Re: Guinea Pig wanted

Postby Tool » Fri Jun 14, 2013 2:42 pm

ryanvade wrote:You know what? After all the work I put into fixing this crappy bit of software, the KIPR community has not given me a nice "Thank You". Just a developer saying sorry that he makes things difficult. :x I am stopping development on this script. Not planning on deleting it though either.

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Re: Guinea Pig wanted

Postby ryanvade » Fri Jun 14, 2013 4:02 pm

No. I don't really need testers anymore. But thank you anyway. :D

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Re: Guinea Pig wanted

Postby TheeMahn » Sun Feb 16, 2014 1:37 am

nickmcminn60 wrote:Hi I'm new to Linux but by no means have a learning disability. I Have done Android Development for the last 4 yrs. I worked for MIUI-US Developing for the Samsung Vibrant, HTC Sensation, And compiled Rom's for the MOTO Clic, My Touch 3G Slide......and now have the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G. I Have a Facebook Group for Android Development (24hr Support) and also a Group For Linux and Windows 7 101. If you guy's need any kind of help I'm down to Learn. Both Ecosystems seem pretty close to some extent, that's why I't shouldn't take me noob time to figure things out. My Development Team for Android is 360 Productions......Google it....or google nickmcminn60 to see some of my prior work. I have taken some time off from it and now i think it's time to move up to some big boy Os's. I also have a degree in Computer Enginnering, so I do have a pretty good understanding of how things work. This may be the wrong place for this but I've gotten "Android x86" stable except for Bluetooth. Even Tripple booted (Win7, Android 4.2.2, and Linux Mint 14 KDE on my HP Desktop with no issues except for a very few games that seem to only work with ARM CPU's, like my Acer Aspire ) As soon as I can decide which Ultimate Edition is the most sutible and stable for me I'm going to make the jump.....(Hopefully sometime tonight) If anyone is interested in my 3M chopped up version of someone else's hard work let me know it is the latest Jelly Bean (4.2.2) let me know and I'll see about hosting it somewhere.**I TAKE NO CREDIT FOR THE THINGS I FIXED THIS WAS NOT MY BABY FROM JUMP ** I looked into this project for personal reasons. It needs to be added in Ultimate Edition 4.0 set to run as a standalone virtualbox App just for Android x86 and this Distro would be hard to beat. if anyone just needs help/Guinne Pig let me know. Thanks for your time.
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