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[ ROM ] [ Jun 22 ] Calkulin's OnePlus One v3.2 [ CM12S | YNG1TAS2I3 | Battery Saver ]

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2nd July 2015, 04:24 PM |#1091  
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For some reason my phone has had major battery drain and heating with everyYNG1TAS2I3 rom no matter the kernel... The last build didn't do this... Any way to fix this?
 
 
Yesterday, 03:51 AM |#1092  
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Is anyone using Latest AK kernel with this ROM ?

I'm using the latest ak274 and was using 270 without any issues. The profiles I make for ak kernel have only been tested on this ROM and the results are pretty damn good.
Yesterday, 08:52 AM |#1093  
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Are you asking if you can dirty flash THIS rom over the one you linked to?

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exactly

Anyone? Just want to know if i can dirty flash this rom here over the one in my link.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...1#post61092621
Yesterday, 06:32 PM |#1094  
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Version 3.2 installed.
Magnificent rom.
Only problem is that I do not work the option PREVENT ACCIDENTAL STARTING.
What I have active but my oppo still kindles double tap the screen and the power button, so completely covers the sensor.
Yesterday, 06:59 PM |#1095  
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The answer is No....u need to use any 3rd party app to uninstall the stock apps.

#HappyFlashing#

Any specific one you suggest performs best at complete uninstalling?
Yesterday, 07:16 PM |#1096  
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Any specific one you suggest performs best at complete uninstalling?

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Yesterday, 09:58 PM |#1097  
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Any specific one you suggest performs best at complete uninstalling?

Titanium Backup will uninstall just about anything.
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