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Cool [ROM][6/2/14][Flo] - Stock Rooted 4.4.3 - KTU84L - Odex or De-Odex!

Stock rooted 4.4.3


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  • Odex or De-Odex
  • Rooted
  • Busybox
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  • This ROM is not a CleanROM. Its a stock rooted and all yours!


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Coming in fast. 2nd I seen today

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Coming in fast. 2nd I seen today

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Yeah. Funny thing is I cant tell a differnce between 4.4.2 and 4.4.3


The good news is they did fix the USB error in logs!
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Yeah. Funny thing is I cant tell a differnce between 4.4.2 and 4.4.3


The good news is they did fix the USB error in logs!
Since they didn't make any announcement. I figured from the start all it really will be is bug fixes . I/O is at the end of the month so all the goods are there .

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Since they didn't make any announcement. I figured from the start all it really will be is bug fixes . I/O is at the end of the month so all the goods are there .

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Yeah, you make a good point!


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tempting but I might to wait for clean rom
I will prolly work on one this weekend so if you want to play with this make your nandroid and give this a flash.
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Hey bro,

Good work getting yours fully functional. How did you go about yours? I used dsi-xda kitchen, I know it's old so that could be why I had issues. Just want to find out where I went wrong haha, I'm all for learning

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Hey bro,

Good work getting yours fully functional. How did you go about yours? I used dsi-xda kitchen, I know it's old so that could be why I had issues. Just want to find out where I went wrong haha, I'm all for learning
No, I actually only use DSI-XDA kitchen myself.

I did what I always do, grab the stock image from Google, break it down, add my own root and busybox (not the ones in the kitchen, they are older).

Then I use my updater-script that I hand built from prior releases along with matching binaries.

Pretty much that is it. I am going to look at yours in a minute and I will PM you what I find.


EDIT: Sorry, I didint mean to cut you off on your thread either.
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