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[ROM] MROM-Vivow [CM7] build:20130401

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15th January 2013, 05:55 AM   |  #361  
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I wonder if that option is available in the paid version. The splash i have now came from that app. Its an android holding an apple with the word nom. Kinda fun i thought. Glad you arr liking the rom. I am on official cm7 atm due to a corrupted back up of mrom. So i restored this one to keep from starting over. When i have some time i will likely be switching back to this though. The dev has done some nice work on it.

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15th January 2013, 06:27 PM   |  #362  
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I notice the soft key lighting turns off when transitioning to or from a full screen app. After a moment they are back on again.
Repeatable with my AI Factory Backgammon game. I'll try some others.

Also found that I can't undervolt like I did with Evan's v10.5 kernel.
No matter.

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16th January 2013, 05:11 AM   |  #363  
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I wonder if that option is available in the paid version. The splash i have now came from that app. Its an android holding an apple with the word nom. Kinda fun i thought. Glad you arr liking the rom. I am on official cm7 atm due to a corrupted back up of mrom. So i restored this one to keep from starting over. When i have some time i will likely be switching back to this though. The dev has done some nice work on it.

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Speaking of Apple related boot splashes/animations, if you liked the nom nom one, you'll definitely enjoy this boot ani. It initially starts like an iPhone with the Apple logo until an Android glides in and torches it

*I couldn't find the source but I threw it up on my site if anyone wants it:
http://vivow.pcharpoon.com/download/...d-bootani.html
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16th January 2013, 05:38 AM   |  #364  
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Speaking of Apple related boot splashes/animations, if you liked the nom nom one, you'll definitely enjoy this boot ani. It initially starts like an iPhone with the Apple logo until an Android glides in and torches it

I threw it up on my site if anyone wants it:
http://vivow.pcharpoon.com/download/...d-bootani.html

Very nice sir, did you make that?

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16th January 2013, 06:05 AM   |  #365  
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Very nice sir, did you make that?

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haha i wish. i downloaded it awhile back and tried finding the source to no avail. it was on androidforums i believe
18th January 2013, 09:14 PM   |  #366  
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I was looking for a more stable rom
would prefer ics/jb but with the borked state even the best are in...
been using them so long took me a few minutes to figure out what rotating lights were :facepalm:
18th January 2013, 10:12 PM   |  #367  
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I was looking for a more stable rom
would prefer ics/jb but with the borked state even the best are in...
been using them so long took me a few minutes to figure out what rotating lights were :facepalm:

This is a great ROM. I have been on it for about a week straight, coming from CM7. I had no problems with CM7, but I like the special attention of this effort. It's CM7 built especially for the DInc2.

First things I notice that are better are the kernel, camera, and launcher. Add the rotating buttons, too.

I have overclocked to 1.3GHz with incredicontrol and also running zeppelinrox v6 supercharger and kernelizer scripts.

The DInc2 is very robust and easy to use like this. Sad to think of all the un-rooted masses who could be perfectly happy with this phone, but are stuck on stock OS.

-MROM on DInc2
18th January 2013, 11:13 PM   |  #368  
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Re: [ROM] HTCI2-MROM [CM7] build:20130113
I've been trying to get the v6 supercharger starter kit installed but keep getting a empty shell error message every time. I've downloaded probably 15 times to make sure I've got a good download any help with this matter would be greatly appreciated.

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18th January 2013, 11:42 PM   |  #369  
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Re: [ROM] HTCI2-MROM [CM7] build:20130113
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I've been trying to get the v6 supercharger starter kit installed but keep getting a empty shell error message every time. I've downloaded probably 15 times to make sure I've got a good download any help with this matter would be greatly appreciated.

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You don't need the starter kit.
Get the latest v6 script from the download page (not the OP).
Get S Manager from the Play Store.
Run the script as root (skull and crossbones icon = green).
Do not auto-run the script, just run it manually. After you are done, nothing (of the script) is left running, just adjustments have been made.

MROM already has everything else that you need to run scripts. No need to duplicate stuff with the starter kit.
-MROM on DInc2
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18th January 2013, 11:49 PM   |  #370  
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Re: [ROM] HTCI2-MROM [CM7] build:20130113
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You don't need the starter kit.
Get the latest v6 script from the download page (not the OP).
Get S Manager from the Play Store.
Run the script as root (skull and crossbones icon = green).
Do not auto-run the script, just run it manually. After you are done, nothing (of the script) is left running, just adjustments have been made.

MROM already has everything else that you need to run scripts. No need to duplicate stuff with the starter kit.
-MROM on DInc2

Thank you very much!

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