Phoenix is a project composed by two awesome people (knzo,aprold) whose objective is to bring you a new android experience by forging a deep integration and rich interface between Phoenix kernel and application, thus rendering a true ecosystem between kernel-system-app. It kicks off where void left, keeping all its premises of minimalism, powerhouse performance and elegance. However, through the application you'll be able to customize your way on an unprecedented level.
Without further ado...
Based on void.echo
Phoenix Tweaks support
AIO solution > AOSP & Samsung-based ROMs support *
Support for AT&T, NTT DoCoMo (Japanese) and Korean versions
There are no restrictions, all options/features including the OTA upgrade are at their full disposal and any S2 kernel can join the party.
If you like it, show your appreciation by rating it and leaving a heart-warming comment on the application market link! Or you can even use the Phoenix in your signature like I have in mine. If you find any bug, please report it on the issue tracker and give us a chance to fix it before emo-quitting on us!
* Special thanks to all the Samsung Galaxy S2 developers - gokhanmoral, hardcore, tegrak, arighi, simone201, hellcat, supercurio, etc. You're all very talented developers and Phoenix has a bit of each one of you inside. We're happy to belong to the same community as you all.
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Hi. Just on question. Does this support init.d scripts? Thanks
One answer :
- CWM 5.x support (credits to whoever ported it)
- Auto-root (credits to whoever wrote it)
- Auto-install proper liblights lib (credits to whoever wrote it)
- Remove journalism & properly mount ext4 like only I know
- Auto-install rawr script *
- Increase microSD readahead for greater reading speed (credits: brainmaster)
- Some CWM 5.x kitchen problems fix (credits to whoever wrote it)
- Init.d support (credits to whoever wrote it)
- Some build.prop tweaking for better performance and battery
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