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By Keekers, Senior Member on 21st September 2014, 03:05 AM
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Is Echoe the only SS compatible 4.4 ROM to offer the Ultra Power Saving Mode option?
 
 
26th September 2014, 12:38 AM |#2  
I been searching for that feature with not success! looks like is the only, for the moment
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I been searching for that feature with not success! looks like is the only, for the moment

At least it exists somewhere! I love that feature. My non tech friends are finally starting to understand why I rooted my phone.
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You can set this up on any ROM with Macrodroid
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Is Echoe the only SS compatible 4.4 ROM to offer the Ultra Power Saving Mode option?

Just a thought, but with Macrodroid you can set up an Ultra Power Savings mode. I know it's not that same thing, but it is possible to replicate and you wouldn't have to limit your ROM options...
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