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[how to] More volume steps & Smooth scroll for stock 4.4.2

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Will try these than you.

Whatchu talking bout willis!
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Guys, this appears to work very well on my Nexus 5 running SlimKat 7.8. I had some trouble, but when I finally managed to edit the files and swap out the framework.jar file, scrolling is out of this world!!! No more slow facebook scrolling, or laggy gallery scrolling. It is so good, that I am wondering - are there any drawbacks??? If not, why aren't all ROMs doing this by default. It's just great!!!
p.s. to the OP - Don't reference lines in the code!!! Lines in my file were different (for example your line828 to edit, on my framework was line850). Watch out for this guys! Just look at what you change, don't look at the line number! (e.g. not line828, but rather look for "setScrollingCacheEnabled(Z)V")
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Guys, this appears to work very well on my Nexus 5 running SlimKat 7.8. I had some trouble, but when I finally managed to edit the files and swap out the framework.jar file, scrolling is out of this world!!! No more slow facebook scrolling, or laggy gallery scrolling. It is so good, that I am wondering - are there any drawbacks??? If not, why aren't all ROMs doing this by default. It's just great!!!
p.s. to the OP - Don't reference lines in the code!!! Lines in my file were different (for example your line828 to edit, on my framework was line850). Watch out for this guys! Just look at what you change, don't look at the line number! (e.g. not line828, but rather look for "setScrollingCacheEnabled(Z)V")

Lines are referenced because the thread is named "stock".

You might feel its a little worse if you scroll one line at a time but flings should be smoother. Personally I feel no difference.

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I did everything as instructed for scroll mod. Apps didn't load. Nexus 5 SlimKat 7.9
any ideas?
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