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30th March 2016, 04:17 AM |#131  
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Was running this rom this past weekend, and in my settings when trying to turn things on/off, there were no check mark boxes so you could not tell if it was on off.; like led lights/indicators, mock location, sleep when charging, just boxes like that do not show up. All stock setting, stock kernel.

I'm pretty sure when I changed the implementation of the network traffic in status bar I screwed up the UID's of the checkmark on/off pngs. All options that have checkmarks still work, they just don't display. Glad you finally got this up and running though.

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30th April 2016, 05:34 AM |#132  
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Hey hey hey don't know if anyone here has a Note 3, but it has been unlocked, I'm I'm gonna attempt to bring this to 5.x stock Touchwiz on the Note 3, won't even have time to start work on it for over a week, but hey we waited this long for unlock, what's a few more weeks for a rom?

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30th April 2016, 04:23 PM |#133  
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Hey hey hey don't know if anyone here has a Note 3, but it has been unlocked, I'm I'm gonna attempt to bring this to 5.x stock Touchwiz on the Note 3, won't even have time to start work on it for over a week, but hey we waited this long for unlock, what's a few more weeks for a rom?

Nice! Haven't really found a ROM with good cell & data reception, hopefully this will do the trick!
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21st May 2016, 11:54 PM |#134  
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I've been running it for 3+ days with no issue. Its just extremely debloated, if you are looking for all the Samsung apps they are not included

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I would assume this doesn't have spen air command?

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16th June 2016, 02:03 AM |#135  
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Anyone still running this? I added ALOT of things to the version I've personally been running, if anyone is interested I can zip it together, because sharing is caring.
16th June 2016, 05:53 PM |#136  
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Anyone still running this? I added ALOT of things to the version I've personally been running, if anyone is interested I can zip it together, because sharing is caring.

I will give it a try if you upload it. Were you able to fix the png's to show the check marks and check mark boxes?
16th June 2016, 07:59 PM |#137  
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I will give it a try if you upload it. Were you able to fix the png's to show the check marks and check mark boxes?

I did not, mainly because I did a lot of edits to Settings, and to fix the issue I would most likely have to completely start over from the beginning, it would take me a few days most likely to fix a cosmetic issue (which to me isn't worth it in the long run). If there was any issue with functionality I would take the time.

Something that might help is there is an app in the playstore called ROM Settings Backup https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....settingssaver , you can backup the settings for this or another TouchWiz rom, and restore it. Its kind of a cool app as you can sort of create profiles for your rom setup and easily swap back and forth.
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16th June 2016, 11:03 PM |#138  
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Okay so gotta fine tune some things in SystemUI, then I'm gonna upload. Here's a change log of what's in this release.

Debloated ever further, to the point you're probably gonna add apps back lol

Full greyscale theme throughout system/framework

Animated and transparent framework background (In all of TouchWiz (what's left of it anyway) and any app with a show wallpaper theme)

Animated and transparent recent apps view

Added ram bar in recent apps view

Added power button action on press/long press of statusbar clock (in order to incorporate this feature, potato gestures now is located over the signal/battey area)

Completely redid the notification header, now includes status bar view of clock/date, added network traffic indicator, added battery view, and swapped the settings/quick toggles buttons.

Added call/message blocking in settings

Added torch light options in settings (under display settings)

I think there might be a few other random things, if i remember I'll add them to the change log.

Here's some gifs of the animations in action





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17th June 2016, 06:22 AM |#139  
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Link is live at the bottom of the OP. Enjoy guys

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