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Default [ROM] InspireOS Find7

Here is my first look review of this rom

Works great on my Find7a but not sure if it is for both models. Can someone test on Find7 and let me know.

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I am about to test this on my Find7a but not sure if it is for both models

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This is an interesting ROM. I've never heard of it, nice find!
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Works well on Find7a. The theme used is system wide and gives quite a nice appearance to the settings menu and other windows. Statusbar and notifications window are heavily modified. Because it is based on Paranoid Android it is nice and fast and retains the same features but it also has some of its own which I will mention below.

InspireOS launcher which is quite nice and fast. InspireOS customizer (app), which adjusts specific elements of the rom, like; Inspire colors, which seems to be a proprietary colour engine similar to the one that PA used to have so you can change colors of system ui and app elements. The InspireOS app seems to give other little options to customize as well, like a new weather option in the notification drawer. You just need to click on the top left hand corner once inside of the InspireOS app and you can make your selection. It also uses its own skin on the Google Search feature which in this rom is now called "Genius" and gives it a bit of a visual makeover.

All in all I think this rom is quite nice and polished and I encourage others to test it out at least.
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Downloaded InspireOS Find7 + Gapps , will test and enjoy , hopefully ...
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I haven't encountered any issues with this ROM. Fast, pretty and stable.
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Soooo anyone tested it on the qhd?

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Tested it for a while on my Find7a.

Works quite fine for a beta version and the launcher is very nice.

Besides that, nothing that would make me switch to it as a DD right now.


But, It looks promising, so I'll check out how it's going to evolve in the future releases.

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