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Q&A/T For ROM: SlimKat (unoffical) for the OtterX

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25th July 2014, 01:03 AM   |  #1  
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1. Any chance it will support USB OTG?
2. Do you recommend Dalvik or ART with it?
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delvik. with art it is laggy.

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1. Any chance it will support USB OTG?
2. Do you recommend Dalvik or ART with it?

1. Always a chance, that some day it will. Weather man says 10% chance of scattered rain, bring your umbrella.
2. Dalvik
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Question Animation Scale
I posted this on the main thread, but at the risk of repeating myself:

"There are 3 animation settings: Window Animation Scale, Transition Animation Scale and Animator Duration Scale. All default to .75. Only change the middle one? Or All three?"

Any suggested values?
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Has anyone had charging problems on the Slimkat 6.8 build? Versions 6.7 and prior worked like a charm and my device would charge normally overnight. Once I flashed v6.8 charging went to pot. Same charging plug and cable, plugged into the same wall outlet and my device would still be at the same percentage as when I plugged it in. The battery icon would show it charging but stay at, say 15%. I confirmed the md5 's on the ROM and gapps so I'm pretty sure the download was good. The only thing I can think that changed was the tool chain the ROM was built on.

Any ideas????

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