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    OpenDESIGN - CM9-Compatible Devices

    OpenDESIGN
    Aims To Bring All The Best Features
    From Manufacturer Skins To CM9-Compatible Devices



    One of the biggest downfalls of major third-party ROMs is that often they miss out on features added by manufacturers. OpenDESIGN is an attempt to rectify this problem, spearheaded by XpLoDWilD of TeamHacksung, a subgroup of the CyanogenMod team. Ultimately, the goal is to rebuild popular and useful manufacturer features and build them into CM9 for all to be able to use.




    The site's FAQ says that these features will be "written from the ground up and will be opensourced early on." This should be extremely helpful for the community as a whole.


    At the moment, the site is just getting started.


    Source: AndroidPolice, OpenDESIGN and Reddit

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    What up, man! Good to see you over here! Welcome!!

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    Thanks very much for the welcome
    I'm late here

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    It is nice to see ported features! This will make a lot of people happy that may not be able to upgrade to a more expensive phone.
    Living dangerously, to me, is eating spaghetti with a white shirt on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tp76 View Post
    Just here to do my part as always
    No worries. We'll have S3 sections here, as well.

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    Huh?
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    The GS3 will be supported on the dedicated site as well as here. Like how the GNex is supported both on GNF & DF.

 

 

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