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Android KitKat 4.4.4 (KTU84Q)
Based on CyanogenMod & AOKP, with pure AOSP elements
Removed Superuser & rooted with SuperSU
CM Theme Engine + optimizations
Titanium Backup(free) built-in
Open-source Performance Control integrated
Fast Charge support!
Original Google Nexus bootanimation
App Circle Sidebar
Omni's Battery Saver Mode
Customizable Battery Bar
AOKP's ROM Control for customization
Floating Window Mode
Custom Lockscreen colors
CM's Protected Apps
Removed CMAccount,CM & AOKP Anonymous stats
SwagPapers & CMWallpapers inside
Un-needed features stripped out
ADB Authentication disabled by default (Just for debugging purposes, but I'll re-enable it in the next couple of builds)
Slightly modified kernel, codenamed "Exodia", with Intelliactive & Intellidemand governors, Simple I/O scheduler, with some optimizations
Other stuffz I can't remember right now.
ROM Control is property of Android Open Kang Project, or AOKP, and I take no credit for it's creation.
[ActivityManager] Fix index out of bounds when updating next pss time
9/07/14 - Stable 6
(PA): CPU Info overlay
(CM): Brought back CM's Expanded Desktop option
(Omni):eek:ption to hide power menu while locked
(Omni): Hide Power menu while locked
(CM): Statusbar clock and Date actions
(CM): Expandible volume panels
(CM): Allow Expanded volume panels to be set via Profiles
Update Qualcomm media driver to match CM's
Update Qualcomm audio driver (MSM audio HAL) to match CM's
Update Qualcomm display driver to match CM's
Put User Interface stuff in it's own preference
Put Notification stuff in it's own preference
Take Display Settings back to stock(ish)
Trebuchet:Settings adapter should use the position and partition values
Trebuchet:Fix AppInfo drop target getting cut off when search bar is off
Trebuchet:Fix for workspace showing outline after live settings changes
Trebuchet:Fix spacing issues on devices with/without nav-bar in overview settings panel
Trebuchet:When reloading dynamic grid, reload restore page first
Trebuchet:Fix: Sort apps before opening AppDrawer to reflect the most recent counts
Trebuchet:Fix HideIcon behavior in Folders
Trebuchet:Fix - Workspace background gradient
Exodia: Update to r3
Exodia: Mass update to match CM's qcom commits
Themes: Only kill launchers if overlays or icons changed
8/28/14 - Stable 5
Now allows up to 8 lockscreen targets like tablets (for hammerhead)
Fixed wrong bg bug in Contacts/People with some themes applied
Fixed black screen bug on some themes' bootanimation
Fixed bug that caused SystemUI to crash when nav bar is themed on some themes
Q: What is Exodus?
A: Exodus is my personal combination of the best of both worlds. CyanogenMod features and AOKP features, merged together with AOSP elements.
Q: Do I need to flash GApps?
A: If you did a factory reset during flashing, then yes. If you did a dirty flash then most likely no.
Q: Which GApps do you recommend?
A: To each his own. I use the regular GApps that CM hosts on my Nexus 7 2013 and PA GApps on my Nexus 5. Both works really well.
Q: What is Exodia?
A: Exodia is my personal kernel that comes with Exodus. It is a minimal MOD kernel that is based on CM's stock kernel. The main MODs in Exodia include Intelliactive & Intellidemand governors, Simple I/O scheduler, Fast Charge support, and a few optimizations.
Q: Can I use another kernel?
A: Yes you can, as long as that kernel is compatible with CM based ROMs.
Q: How often is a build released?
A; The plan is to release one every 7-10 days, depending on feature merges. There may be a few times a build may be late, due to compatibility issues, and lack of time (job related).
Q: Is this CAF or AOSP based?
A: This ROM and kernel is based from CM11. If CM11 is CAF based now, then Exodus and Exodia kernel is CAF based.
Build 4 is up.
This one is a new monster. I've added parts from SlimRoms, ParanoidAndroid, and ChameleonOS to bring more features without affecting performance. See the changelog for more details. Enjoy folks!
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