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9th May 2014, 07:42 PM   |  #21  
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canot find priv-app folder im on stock rom 4.2.2
canot find priv-app folder im on stock rom 4.2.2 plz help
10th May 2014, 01:45 PM   |  #22  
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Here guys try using the zip in this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2700039

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Is there any chance to make it work on a S3 mini with a stock rom? I couldn't find any 3rd party app that would be at least close to OmniSwitch and it's basic feature ( killing apps ) is needed as it is to breathe air. A simple task killer won't do it. OmniSwitch is flexible and compact and so on.
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Is there any chance to make it work on a S3 mini with a stock rom? I couldn't find any 3rd party app that would be at least close to OmniSwitch and it's basic feature ( killing apps ) is needed as it is to breathe air. A simple task killer won't do it. OmniSwitch is flexible and compact and so on.

If it's not kitkat it won't work but there is a back port called omnisnitch ( with an "n") that works on JB/ICS ROMs. Just Google it. It's here on Xda and free
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If it's not kitkat it won't work but there is a back port called omnisnitch ( with an "n") that works on JB/ICS ROMs. Just Google it. It's here on Xda and free

Thank you very much! Looks like the stock rom uses more ram than mods do. The only thing that's holding me back from switching to a mod rom is the samsung keyboard. I've got used to it for a year and a half now, making me difficult to enjoy other keyboards. It's layout is unique as much as the prediction of the words. Still, hoping for the best and looking forward to seeing a 3rd party keyboard that's like it.
Thank you for your help, again!
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