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  • About zmore
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    Primary Phone: Note3 (SM-N900T); ROM: CyanogenMod 11 (KitKat 4.4.*); kernel: Stock @ 2.3GHz; misc: Incipio DualPro; 64GB class10 microSDXC
    Primary Tablet: Nexus 7 (2012); ROM: CM11
    Working museum piece: SGS1 Captivate (SGH-i897); ROM: CM11; kernel: Stock @ 1.0GHz
    (Other devices: Nexus 10 (stock); Retired devices: SGS3 (SGH-i747), Kindle Fire (otter), OG Galaxy Tab 7, ...)
     

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53 Great emergency resource. Now everyone can start flashing again like it's going outta style. :) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- EDIT: Added some screenshots of the process to ...
46 As most of us already know, Samsung's SAMOLED displays are more efficient than LED-backlit LCD displays (HTC One X, Moto Razor, etc), because backlit displays are always on even when showing a black image (no local dimming yet?), whereas AMOLED on...
25 Thanks to TheScaryOne for doing the hard work of actually modifying the initial version with our S3-specific info! All I did was tweak it & repackage it. UPDATE (8/22): version 3 - fixed resolution by changing canvas size from 720x1200 to a prope...
19 Allllrighty... the re-render finally finished after ~4 hours (on my i7-3770S CPU @ 3.10GHz), so here's version2 of the "JTBGlowBean" bootanimation with new intro. Yay. I actually like it much more than last night's version both because Justin pers...
17 These are the top 250 darkest wallpapers out of a collection of 2,661 from interfacelift.com, resized to 1440x1280 for android phones with 720p resolution displays. They're extra wide such that they pan as you swipe across homescreens. Why prefer...