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26th March 2014, 02:03 AM   |  #1  
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I see no custom roms yet so what tool should I use to edit build.prop entries and dpi settings, fonts, etc. any info is appreciated.
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any app suggestions?
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Xposed from g2 works

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Root explorer has always and still does work for me. I'd personally wait for a custom recovery before messing with the phone too much, but it's up to you.
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Root explorer has always and still does work for me. I'd personally wait for a custom recovery before messing with the phone too much, but it's up to you.


I read a couple places there is a way to put a custom recovery on unless our us at&t model isn't supported (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2554004) and I also read another thread that we could use freegee pro to install cwm or twrp... is any of this true?'

would titanium backup be the best app for removing bloat?
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I read a couple places there is a way to put a custom recovery on unless our us at&t model isn't supported (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2554004) and I also read another thread that we could use freegee pro to install cwm or twrp... is any of this true?'

would titanium backup be the best app for removing bloat?

I keep forgetting that there's more than one variant of this phone in the same section (which will be interesting when it comes to flashing roms)

As far as I know, the Sprint and T-Mobile variants still have locked bootloaders and no custom recoveries. As for the AT&T variant and freegee pro, I have no idea.

As for removing bloat, I like to use Root Explorer...I don't know if there is a best app, it really depends on what app suits your needs.
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I read a couple places there is a way to put a custom recovery on unless our us at&t model isn't supported (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2554004) and I also read another thread that we could use freegee pro to install cwm or twrp... is any of this true?'

would titanium backup be the best app for removing bloat?

Titanium is best app for freezing bloat root explorer best get rid of it

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Rom Toolbox Pro is working good so far. probably because of the android version.. it doesn't work too well with kitkat

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