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Small question. Why are you using a 4.3.1 ROM instead of a KitKat ROM?
Because I had DU on my s3 and I wanted it on my s2 also.
 
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Nook Color running CM7 Mirage, no gapps, Nook Tweaks app @ 1.3GHz (+500MHz past stock 0.8GHz)
Nook Tablet running CM10.1.3, no gapps, BexusNv4 kernel @ 1.3GHz (+300MHz x2 past stock 1GHz)
SGS2 T-Mobile (unlocked) running HellyBean 4.2.2, no gapps, @ 1.72GHz (+~200MHz x2 past stock 1.51GHz)
 
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I had DU on my s2 for a couple of months. there is definitely a setting to turn off the hardware key lights. forget where though. had to quit using DU because the status bar kept disappearing. Switched to slimkat and buttery smooth; just wish it had a working camcorder.
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