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|ROM| CSROM SGS3 v1.5 | Fully Customizable | Multi-Carrier | 5 Mar 2013 |

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Hey Deggy! Still love my Atrix, but it was time for a new device. The SGS3 is awesome. Lovin' it...
No more stuck battery percentage. No more lack of libs and drivers. No more harassing Motorola/nvidia for source code. No more crap.


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still have at&t boot animation
 
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This will be given a run tonight !

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Nice! Loved the Atrix CSRom. Will flash this tonight.
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looks nice.

what DPI is this on? looks like 280?
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I use a lot of google talk, some how I cant install it in this rom. I have tried downloading the latest gapps and installed it again but still no google talk.
Was anyone able to get it installed?

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I use a lot of google talk, some how I cant install it in this rom. I have tried downloading the latest gapps and installed it again but still no google talk.
Was anyone able to get it installed?

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I added a flashable zip to the third post.
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a word of appreciation for this ROM: flashed it last night and it works very well. I like the fact that you stripped out some bloat, the rest is easy to remove and modify ourselves, like the standard launcher and the option with Razor, thank you for the 1% battery mod and the extended power menu, and thank you for not then lumbering the ROM with a bunch of other features I neither want nor use!

If there is one request, it would be to keep the base nice and simple and have any extras people start asking you for as separate install packages or zips -- lots of other roms with 64 toggles, battery bar and other cut and paste features -- don't mess this one up!
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a word of appreciation for this ROM: flashed it last night and it works very well. I like the fact that you stripped out some bloat, the rest is easy to remove and modify ourselves, like the standard launcher and the option with Razor, thank you for the 1% battery mod and the extended power menu, and thank you for not then lumbering the ROM with a bunch of other features I neither want nor use!

If there is one request, it would be to keep the base nice and simple and have any extras people start asking you for as separate install packages or zips -- lots of other roms with 64 toggles, battery bar and other cut and paste features -- don't mess this one up!
thanks again
You just described my Clean Slate concept (the "CS" in "CSROM").

I rarely add things without other options (like the launcher).

When I start a new ROM the first thing I do is remove most obvious manufacturer and carrier crap.

Then I try to keep most of the mods as background items you might not notice (performance & battery life improvements, revealing options blocked by carriers and device manufacturers, changing default settings to things that most of us use, etc.) and additional options.

If I do make a big, obvious change I do it because I really believe it improves the ROM.

When I theme, it is to move things in an AOSP direction or to clean up a mess (like the stock notification drawer toggles).

I try hard to balance what I want and what most users want with the ROM concept. I don't always get it right, but I try.
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You just described my Clean Slate concept (the "CS" in "CSROM").

I rarely add things without other options (like the launcher).

When I start a new ROM the first thing I do is remove most obvious manufacturer and carrier crap.

Then I try to keep most of the mods as background items you might not notice (performance & battery life improvements, revealing options blocked by carriers and device manufacturers, changing default settings to things that most of us use, etc.) and additional options.

If I do make a big, obvious change I do it because I really believe it improves the ROM.

When I theme, it is to move things in an AOSP direction or to clean up a mess (like the stock notification drawer toggles).

I try hard to balance what I want and what most users want with the ROM concept. I don't always get it right, but I try.

upndwn4par,
Been running this since release and I've decided to make it my DD. Still much to early to comment on battery life but everything else I have put it through has been solid. Not one issue, you made it just like I would have if I had your smarts.
Like lgsshedden said, appreciate you keeping is simple and 'lean'.
Keep up the good work, I've clicked the thanks button but you might consider getting a 'donation' button as well. Some peeps on here will might help fund your coffee breaks.
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