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27th May 2014, 03:55 AM |#1  
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Can you help me pick what kitkat rom should i use? I want a stable, fast and battery efficiet rom..
 
 
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Can you help me pick what kitkat rom should i use? I want a stable, fast and battery efficiet rom..

Try the mokee rom.... i have been using it... It's stable , fat and battery efficient... can't post the link to the took... Google mokee hikari
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Does it still give root too all apps that want it, without asking?
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Try the mokee rom.... i have been using it... It's stable , fat and battery efficient... can't post the link to the took... Google mokee hikari

hi there.. how to install mokee?? is it just like the other custom rom installation?

wipe data/ factory
wipe cache
wipe dalvik
install zip

are those the steps? or do i need to format system as well?

already downloaded the file but im waiting for the confirmation of the steps..
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You don't need to format system... just flash the boot.img and then install it like any other custom Rom... If you need to grant root access to all apps without them asking for it .. You can change the settings in superuser to do that
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You don't need to format system... just flash the boot.img and then install it like any other custom Rom... If you need to grant root access to all apps without them asking for it .. You can change the settings in superuser to do that

I went to the website bro. I saw 2 kinds of releases the nightyly and i think the other one is named RELEASE but i assumed it would be the official one they had an update in the nightly version this june 4 So i should just install the official release and OTA to the current nightyly build?
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Mekoo seems great. Tried the first unofficial that came. It has improved greatly. Ext_sd is working perfectly.
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