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GT-I9100 [Development] Resurrection Remix 4.4.2 KitKat v5.1.5 [14/06/09]

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Hola Gabowinter,
I must have used up all my thanks, so I send my gratitude for solving my Polaris office question.
I assume I will find an apk file for Polaris. What folder do I put it in?
Thanks for all that you do!

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Default theme and Default UI in the OP both link to the same file.

"remix ics Default apps for 1.9.zip"

I would like to have the Default UI zip.
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Hey Gabo,

Is the 'Default UI' zip from your mirror page applicable for this 1.9 version?
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Attached is a screenshot of the battery spy. You can see there are breaks and also the temp is a nice hot 46 degrees.

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Hi all,
The old dinosaur finally made the switch from RR 1.1. Installation went very smooth. But I had the same problem that was previously mentioned about restoring from TB. I started reloading all my apps until I remembered that I also had a backup from My Backup Pro. Whew!
This is a terrific ROM! All the music and pix are located ; wifi works ; and the battery life seems improved.
Great work guys. I found apps in the store to provide everything not included in AOKP. There is even a voice recorder that also records calls. And what's really cool is that it asks you after a call if you want to save the recording. So you don't end up with so many unwanted files.
My only question: there used to be a menu to select the keys you want to use to answer a call and to hang up. Is it hidden somewhere?

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Hola Gabowinter,
I must have used up all my thanks, so I send my gratitude for solving my Polaris office question.
I assume I will find an apk file for Polaris. What folder do I put it in?
Thanks for all that you do!

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Is it just me or does SiyahKernel make one's phone much smoother to use than the stock CM9 kernel? I just tried it for the first time on v1.9. If it has good battery life I will probably stick with it.

Also, for someone who wants to conserve as much battery life as possible, should I use the ondemand or lulzactive governor?
 
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Is it just me or does SiyahKernel make one's phone much smoother to use than the stock CM9 kernel? I just tried it for the first time on v1.9. If it has good battery life I will probably stick with it.

Also, for someone who wants to conserve as much battery life as possible, should I use the ondemand or lulzactive governor?

Smoothness at the price of a little less batterylife.. but let it settle, and it's nice
 
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Hola Gabowinter,
I must have used up all my thanks, so I send my gratitude for solving my Polaris office question.
I assume I will find an apk file for Polaris. What folder do I put it in?
Thanks for all that you do!

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Don't worry mate, yes in that path that i give you you find the Polaris Office apk, later follow the steps from Pigmachine down here

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Hey Gabo,

Is the 'Default UI' zip from your mirror page applicable for this 1.9 version?
Yes mate, i'm always make and request new mirrors for every new version, the index is here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ostcount=32375 you could choose server

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Is it just me or does SiyahKernel make one's phone much smoother to use than the stock CM9 kernel? I just tried it for the first time on v1.9. If it has good battery life I will probably stick with it.

Also, for someone who wants to conserve as much battery life as possible, should I use the ondemand or lulzactive governor?
yes with siyah its smoother use ondemand governer for good batt life and performance
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Since flashing 1.9 my ' internal memory' and 'SD card' are switched up in 'Solid Explorer'. But I haven't changed any of the settings.
Has anyone else experienced this in their explorers?

So:

/mnt/sdcard shows my internal memory

/mnt/emmc shows my external SD

I guess thats normal, but why did my icons within Solid explorer switch up?
When I presses the ' Internal memory' picture, it used to take me to internal memory... Now it show me the external SD card and vice versa



Or does anyone thnk it might have to do with flashing Siyah 3.2.4?
If no one know, I guess I'll just flash older versions to try it out...
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