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I previously had a custom rom in which I could use the HTC logo as a menu and screen on/off button, also the led from the home and back buttons would light up in lieu of notifications. I went back stock because I was tired of the rom file sizes and the amount of time it takes to download and transfer to phone. I said All that to ask if there is a way I can get that functionality back on stock. Also my phone is still S off and rooted.

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I previously had a custom rom in which I could use the HTC logo as a menu and screen on/off button, also the led from the home and back buttons would light up in lieu of notifications. I went back stock because I was tired of the rom file sizes and the amount of time it takes to download and transfer to phone. I said All that to ask if there is a way I can get that functionality back on stock. Also my phone is still S off and rooted.

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You'll need a custom kernel for those options.
 
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You'll need a custom kernel for those options.
Oh yeah, I remember I had to get a certain Kernal for that, unfortunately I don't remember which one it was. Do you think it will work with the stock ROM?

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probably; it would be either one of @flar2 kernels (ElementalX or Bulletproof) or teamseven's kernels.
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probably; it would be either one of @flar2 kernels (ElementalX or Bulletproof) or teamseven's kernels.
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