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Release 9.6.2 of Nexus Experience ROM for Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Moto G (2013), Moto X (2013), Moto X (2014) and Droid Turbo/Moto Maxx are up guys! If you want to share it, press +1 and share this post on G+ or where you want! Share in devices G+ communities too! You can use Share in G+ on Download page too.

NX ROM Features round-up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkxTy-vj9P8

Download now at ROM Download page! >> http://nxrom.us

General changelog of NX ROM Release 9.6.2:

*Android 5.1.1 R3 merged
*Bring back LCD Density option
*Sync Tile
*Persist Power Profile after reboot if Per-app Profiles are disabled

See detailed changelog to your device on Device Download Page.

Use GAPPS Release 3.3. You can download GAPPS 3.3 Full package or Standard package (USE STANDARD GAPPS PACKAGE on Nexus 4 and Moto G 2013 due System Storage Size).

Now ROOT is integrated with Privacy Guard and comes enabled by default.

I'm not responsible if you brick your device.

BEFORE PROCEED, DO A FULL BACKUP OF YOUR DEVICE!

Install instructions: 

First install: Put ROM and GAPPS 3.3 zips in Internal Storage, go to recovery, wipe System, Dalvik and Cache. Flash ROM + GAPPS and reboot. To avoid issues, I recommend wipe Data too but you can try a dirty flash. ROM is already rooted but you can download from Play Store or flash SuperSU too (link below).

Update install from R9.x: Put ROM in Internal Storage, go to Recovery and flash ROM.

Update install from R5.5/R6.x/R7.x/R8.x: Put ROM in Internal Storage, go to Recovery and flash ROM. If you get com.android.phone FC, unfortunately you will need to do a clean install. Sorry!

Update install from R5.4 or minor: Put ROM + GAPPS 3.3 in Internal Storage, go to Recovery and flash ROM and GAPPS R3.3. To avoid issues, I recommend wipe Data too but you can try a dirty flash.

If you prefer SuperSU over integrated ROOT, completely disable root access in Settings / Developer options, then flash SuperSU.

If you want to use Franco Kernel, use the one on ROM Download Page. DO NOT FLASH FRANCO KERNEL OR YOU WILL GET BOOTLOOP. This happens due changes in Sepolicy on my RAMDISK for Theme engine and FRANCO KERNEL does't comes with this change. Kernels with ANYKERNEL install method works fine.

Big thanks to +Francois Roy for the video.

A Big THANKS to NX TEAM and ALL TESTERS!

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Enjoy and report your feedback here! Consider a donation too! We are dedicating all our free time to this! You can donate here >> http://goo.gl/kA8lY4
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Three kinds of services in real life! #True
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I love +Amazon.com (I have already mentioned it before as the reason I often don't have to get out of my ratty bathrobe for weeks at a time), but christ people, you just really screwed up.

I got a defective remote control for my steam shower (yeah, yeah, I understand that my Finnish citizenship is in danger by admitting this, but I have to say I almost prefer the steam shower over the real - albeit electric - sauna we also have).

So I returned it, with a nice write-up about what was wrong with it both inside and outside the box. Just to make sure that people realized it doesn't actually work. But I still wanted the remote (so that I can start the steam and let it heat up for a while before actually going into the shower) so I just asked Amazon to replace it.

The replacement came today. It was an opened box, which made me a bit nervous. I hooked it up, and it showed the same broken behavior as the previous unit. Hmm.

I hadn't actually marked the box any way, or written up serial numbers, and I'd returned the previous unit in pristine condition, but I had changed the battery in the remote unit as part of my "let's make sure it really is broken before I send it back" routine.

Yeah, the "replacement" unit had my replacement battery in it (and the same unglued magnet in the battery compartment, but maybe they just use bad glue and that's not unusual). And I'm pretty sure it's my replacement - since we don't throw batteries in the garbage, I could actually find the old CR2032, just to double-check that my IKEA-sourced replacement was different from the ones they use in the original.

Now, +Amazon.com, I understand that people probably return things as "broken" all the time because they are morons, and they bought the wrong thing and it's just easier to say "it's broken" than "I'm a f*cking moron" on the return slip.

So I can understand that you try to send the allegedly broken merchandise to the next customer, because it's a numbers game, and it's probably a good idea to just double-check. Really, I understand. I'd do the same thing. We're all morons. I get it.

But sending it back to the same customer? Yeah, that's not so smart. I guess most of the stuff you work with is high-volume enough that there is no point in tracking this thing (what are the odds?), but clearly when you only had one in stock, you might want to re-think your strategy.
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How I imagine gold Apple watch wearers feel when they read their critics...
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Show off your project with the ARM Microcontroller Design Contest. Check out the video for details
http://bit.ly/1A66dgT
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