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[ROM][d955][VengeanceFlex] Miui v5 4.9.5

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5th October 2014, 06:22 PM   |  #131  
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Now I'm running a stock deodexd 4.4.2 rom, which will be the base for miui

Do you notice that software sharpening at all? It's mostly noticable if you for example have the browser open and pull down the notification shade. Where the shadow will darken the screen the sharpening artefacts would be very visible around text. In landscape orientation most things looked bad and oversharpened and was more noticable than when in portrait. I could see it all over the place all the time although some things were free from it.

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what do you need for this rom to work on the D950?

No idea I'm running D955 myself.
6th October 2014, 12:23 AM   |  #132  
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what do you need for this rom to work on the D950?

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Do you notice that software sharpening at all? It's mostly noticable if you for example have the browser open and pull down the notification shade. Where the shadow will darken the screen the sharpening artefacts would be very visible around text. In landscape orientation most things looked bad and oversharpened and was more noticable than when in portrait. I could see it all over the place all the time although some things were free from it.

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No idea I'm running D955 myself.

Yep, i see it. I've started the work on Miui based on 4.4.2 .. it will be a long way and i didn't accept something bootable in the next 2 weeks. Why? Cause every error which cause a bootloop takes a lot of time. Building rom -> flash rom -> log error -> find error -> fix error -> rebuild rom -> boot windows -> flash .tot file -> restore root/twrp -> reflash new build & reboot to ubuntu. I will again use gtblueskys work and patchrom to safe alot of time. Patching hooks without a full working recovery will need to much time.
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Will later come back to you

Yep, i see it. I've started the work on Miui based on 4.4.2 .. it will be a long way and i didn't accept something bootable in the next 2 weeks. Why? Cause every error which cause a bootloop takes a lot of time. Building rom -> flash rom -> log error -> find error -> fix error -> rebuild rom -> boot windows -> flash .tot file -> restore root/twrp -> reflash new build & reboot to ubuntu. I will again use gtblueskys work and patchrom to safe alot of time. Patching hooks without a full working recovery will need to much time.

You're doing a great job! No stress it takes the time it takes to get it working.
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8th October 2014, 09:10 AM   |  #134  
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You're doing a great job! No stress it takes the time it takes to get it working.

Its only a status update
Can you please share your LGFreedom folder? Playfulgod's server is down and I need the recovery to restore/flash
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Can you please share your LGFreedom folder? Playfulgod's server is down and I need the recovery to restore/flash

Sure no problem here you go...

https://mega.co.nz/#!r0AigD7T!h2k_sv...Ubhl5RqPlgh-6Q
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Sure no problem here you go...

https://mega.co.nz/#!r0AigD7T!h2k_sv...Ubhl5RqPlgh-6Q

Great, thanks
9th October 2014, 05:11 PM   |  #137  
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How would i use the zip to flash recovery? Noob question i know but im also in a pinch to flash recovery.

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9th October 2014, 05:29 PM   |  #138  
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How would i use the zip to flash recovery? Noob question i know but im also in a pinch to flash recovery.

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You can't just flash or push the recovery.IMG since our variant requires another boot.IMG to get by the locked boot loader. And with the server down you will need both the current boot.IMG and the recovery.IMG of either TWRP or CWM. And you'll have to push with adb from your PC. And that's not a noob thing to be doing. Your best bet is to wait until his server is back up. Plus there's not really a whole you can flash. No ROMs besides my "FLEX THIS" deodexed stock 4.2.2 and defuses stock KitKat 4.4.2. But if you go to KitKat you'll have no custom recovery anyway. So be patient. Good things come to those who wait.

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