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[ROM][G900F][ALEXNDR] ANG2 KitKat 4.4.2 Multi CSC (Developer Base, KNOX 0x0)

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You can verify your current CSC by connecting to Kies (main page, software Information). I you'll see TWO - you can install this ROM choosing CSC TWO, without wipe data ticked. But if you have VIP (VIPNET), CRO (T-Mobile) or any other CSC - you can still install this ROM using CSC TWO, but wipe data is highly recommended

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TWO is "the cleanest" CSC in Croatia (originally no CSC bloatware or additional TELE2 carrier apps) - I recommend to use it in Croatia, independently of carrier operator you are using[/QUOTE]

Hi Alexndr,
I checked my CSC in Kies as adviced and this is info:

Current firmware version:
PDA: NE2
CSC: ND3
Phone: NE2 (SEE)

Which code I must choose from your ROM?

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You can verify your current CSC by connecting to Kies (main page, software Information). I you'll see TWO - you can install this ROM choosing CSC TWO, without wipe data ticked. But if you have VIP (VIPNET), CRO (T-Mobile) or any other CSC - you can still install this ROM using CSC TWO, but wipe data is highly recommended [...]
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Hi Alexndr,
I checked my CSC in Kies as adviced and this is info:

Current firmware version:
PDA: NE2
CSC: ND3
Phone: NE2 (SEE)

Which code I must choose from your ROM?

Cheers
So you can choose SEE, it's clean, unbranded CSC I thought you have one of the CSC which I mentioned above
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Starting from ANG2 base I noticed, that DEODEXING of everything (even if file will not be modified) may cause some problems in sensitive applications - not or hard to explain (e.g. incorrect functionality, random crashes etc.). So I've changed my mind - Developer Base SHOULD NOT be 100% Deodexed! I also noticed that I'm not the only one. More and more developers / chefs are moving away from 100% deodexing and use deodexed files only in case of modifying.

I have decided that starting from ANG2 my Developer Base will be Odexed (I mean - original files, NOT re-odexed)!

In addition, I put deodexed framework & apps - ready for modifying. I put it especially for apktool enthusiasts who do not want / can't use Linux and ArchiKitchen but they want to try modding.

In case of using my Developer Base as a pattern to create custom ROM - I recommend replacing some odexed files by deodexed only if these are modified. This ensures to achieve the greatest possible stability and performance
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maybe do two versions? one Odexed and one Deodexed.

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