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[ROM] [4.4.4] SlimKat d2att (at&t) Stable 9.0

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13th April 2016, 04:01 PM |#1291  
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13th April 2016, 04:50 PM |#1292  
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Is there slimLP, slimMM available for the d2lte?
I haven't used the device for a bit and slim was a great ROM...any input appreciated
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13th April 2016, 05:11 PM |#1293  
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Is there slimLP, slimMM available for the d2lte?
I haven't used the device for a bit and slim was a great ROM...any input appreciated
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I believe there is LP. MM, not so much.

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20th April 2016, 04:12 AM |#1294  
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SlimRoms is a custom android operating system. The main goal is to offer users a slimmed down but still feature rich alternative to other android operating systems.
The entire SlimTeam work together to bring you this tailor-made beauty straight from Android Open Source Project (AOSP) source code.
All of the sources can be publicly viewed through GitHub and you can stop by the public Gerrit to submit patches of any type.

SlimKat is the project name for SlimRoms based on Android 4.4 and offers the following original features:
  • The Real Dark Slim
    • Full system-wide dark interfaces. - If you like it smooth and classy.
  • Custom Shortcuts. Everywhere with SlimPie Controls.
    • Hardware keys, Navigation Ring, Navigation Bar, Lockscreen, Tiles, Notifications etc. - We've got you covered.
  • System-Wide Keyboard Controls
    • Rotation, cursor control, optional emoticions, etc. - You'll be tapping away to your heart's content.
    • SlimPie - Easily access frequently used command at anytime.
  • SlimCenter
    • Downloads, contact information, system app removal. - More fun than you can shake a stick at.
  • Camera Features
    • Trueview, Smart Capture. - Capture life moments with ease.

Video Preview of the Rom -


Important SlimRom links:


slimroms.net - The official webpage where you find everything you need to know about SlimRoms.

Please Note, All the Variants of Samsung Galaxy S3 for North America are now combined under one umbrella Device called D2LTE.

Stable Release Downloads - Download the Most recent Stable Release of the Rom. Also provides a Change Log.

Weekly Release Downloads - Latest and most up to date Code. Given its weekly nature, there might Possibly be a bug or two.

Google Apps Download Stable Release or Beta Release.- This features 3 different Packages Minimal, Full and All in One (AIO). You may also want to visit [GAPPS][4.4.x] Official Slim GApps TRDS (Slimkat)

Installation instructions - Follow these steps to the letter if you're about to install SlimRoms on your device.

Latest Changelog - Read here if you want information on changes in latest build.

FAQ - The most frequent asked questions with answers.

Kernel Source - The source of your device's kernel.

Get in touch!

Contact SlimRoms at these places if you have questions, requests or feedback.

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If you are interested in Theming -

To those who are interested in Themes, the following two theme engines have been found to be working satisfactorily by XDA user @jorv976

You may wish to use either

Xtheme Engine
- XTheme Engine beta5 It will want Xposed Framework. You will be interested in #10 of the XTheme Thread. It has a mini Guide on applying themes.

OR

HK Theme Manager - Thread and its themes.

Here are a few Sample Screens after theming.



Disclaimer: SlimRoms are not responsible for any damages to your device.

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[ROM] [4.4.4] SlimKat (d2att), ROM for the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S III

Contributors
nicklovell23, SlimRoms, Perseus, Tylog
ROM OS Version: 5.0.x Lollipop

Version Information
Status: Testing
Current Stable Version: 9.0
Stable Release Date: 2014-12-21
Current Beta Version: 8.20
Beta Release Date: 2014-12-22

Created 2014-05-21
Last Updated 2015-03-09

This ROM does not seem very stable, camera issues, cell signal is intermittent. I have flashed it on 2 AT&T GS3's and both have the exact same issues, seriously needs work.
20th April 2016, 06:29 AM |#1295  
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This ROM does not seem very stable, camera issues, cell signal is intermittent. I have flashed it on 2 AT&T GS3's and both have the exact same issues, seriously needs work.

Honestly this is an old rom. You also need to make sure you have a fairly up to date modem/bootloader combo flashed. It worked fine for me but I moved on to the next level I prob and am now on cm13.
28th May 2016, 11:24 PM |#1296  
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This ROM does not seem very stable, camera issues, cell signal is intermittent. I have flashed it on 2 AT&T GS3's and both have the exact same issues, seriously needs work.

I just flashed this to my i747 and has fine cell signal. You may need to update your baseband. The camera crashed when I switched from front back to rear, but I would get random/infrequent camera crashing with CM12.1 with regular use. I know people with stock ROMs (never rooted) who have had camera issues that were only resolved by reflashing the device at AT&T store.
30th May 2016, 11:19 AM |#1297  
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I just flashed this to my i747 and has fine cell signal. You may need to update your baseband. The camera crashed when I switched from front back to rear, but I would get random/infrequent camera crashing with CM12.1 with regular use. I know people with stock ROMs (never rooted) who have had camera issues that were only resolved by reflashing the device at AT&T store.

Camera doesn't crash on stock haha, but every custom ROM that is not a TouchWiz base for this phone has Front Camera force close issues. The only ROM i have not had any issues with in terms of camera and intermittent signal is OCT-OS L M6 FINAL (5.1.1) 12-29-2015 That build and release of OCT-OS L is phenomenal. I have two of these S3's and both have updated baseband I think a lot of people on these threads put a lot of weight into the baseband and dont realize that updating the phone via OTA will update your baseband. Just update the phone to latest release on stock ROM and you will forever have the latest baseband. No need to fuss with all these baseband threads.
30th May 2016, 07:49 PM |#1298  
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Camera doesn't crash on stock haha, but every custom ROM that is not a TouchWiz base for this phone has Front Camera force close issues. The only ROM i have not had any issues with in terms of camera and intermittent signal is OCT-OS L M6 FINAL (5.1.1) 12-29-2015 That build and release of OCT-OS L is phenomenal. I have two of these S3's and both have updated baseband I think a lot of people on these threads put a lot of weight into the baseband and dont realize that updating the phone via OTA will update your baseband. Just update the phone to latest release on stock ROM and you will forever have the latest baseband. No need to fuss with all these baseband threads.

Agreed on easiest way to update baseband. And as far as custom Kitkat ROMs go: Rooting stock, installing a 3rd party launcher like Nova, and Xposed framework will allow most of the customizations. I've just never messed with TouchWiz much, so it's seems easier to just flash cyanogenmod and deal with minor bugs. I've been using this ROM for several days now and haven't had any cell signal issues.
31st May 2016, 06:43 AM |#1299  
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Another thing stock (and Cyanogenmod) has are quick settings at the top of the notification pane, which Slim has decided to negate in place of custom app shortcuts at the bottom. An extra move to get to quick settings panel with automated access dependent on swipe area and/or inconsistent notification variables. But with the ribbon, I basically never use the quick settings pane. It's the same logic used in Lolipop, where I'm using multiple swipe gestures to do the same thing I could do with a single swipe in Kitkat. Um...no.
6th August 2016, 10:54 PM |#1300  
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I'm having a bit of a problem after this ROM was flashed. I'm not getting any 3G/LTE/2G signal etc. And the preferred network is stuck in LTE. Cannot switch from LTE to 3G/2G.
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