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[ROM][AOSPA-4.44][4.4.4] Vox for Nexus 7 (2013)

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24th September 2014, 11:22 PM |#21  
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Okay guys, some good, bad, and more good news!

First the good, I have finally got my Nexus 7 fixed.

Now the bad... I am discontinuing the ROM.

Why, well here's the good news. AOSPA now includes most of the features. Let's look at the feature list.
  • USB-OTG Support: With AOSPA's release this week, my patch was merged.
  • Settings Reorder: Doesn't really add any extra functionality.
  • QuickBoot: Problematic.
  • PA features work with MultiUser on Tablets: Merged.

In addition to that... This release never got the new recents or DSB.

What about the apps we removed?
  • Movie Studio
  • Gallery
  • Camera
  • Browser
  • All Live Wallpapers
  • Extra Daydreams

Well about a week ago, I released Vox Remover. It is a flashable ZIP based on the GApps Remover. It removes all those apps plus more and can be used with any ROM! You can find it here.

While I realized that some of you liked the quickboot feature, it's is just easier to do this.

Thank you guys for the support and go download the latest AOSPA and Vox Remover zips to get the experience.
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