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[ROM][ARC/ARC S] Arconium ICS 5.0 - "Woop!" [FW:587][1 Nov]

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I cant download rom. Plz mirror to other filehosting site, you can pm me the link too

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I come from stock .431, i have done a full wipe, but when flash Arconium rom & reboot, i'm still on stock .431, not Arconium Rom, could anyone tell me why, please?
 
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It's just a text string. Did you notice any difference?
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No difference, it completely stock .431
 
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I'm sure it used to display arconium on there, but mine just displays the stock text too
 
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But no difference from the stock .431, no Titanium backup app, no No-frill Cpu or other app from Arco rom, i've installed the rom by default
 
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If you guys want a good battery friendly kernel I suggest trinity kernel.
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If you guys want a good battery friendly kernel I suggest trinity kernel.
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Device - Nexus 5 32g
Bootstatus - unlocked and rooted
Rom - Stock
Kernel - Stock
Android - 4.4.2
 
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If you guys want a good battery friendly kernel I suggest trinity kernel.
Or ArcKnight kernel 3.4
 
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iam using it for about a week and it is awesome, excelent battery life and smoothness (using xperia s home.apk)
on arconium ics 4 stock kernel with cwm

atm only 2 bugs i found:
1) Facebook app is screwed up, huge letters, photos dont charge, no notifications, no contact sync
2) google chrome doesnt work i mean it starts but you will get blank screen

if anyone knows how to fix them specially facebook i will be really gratefull =D

one more thing, wich is the best launcher or home.apk to use in this room? i mean xperia s home.apk v2 is smooth but it gets laggy sometimes on app drawer
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