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[ROM] VanirAOSP [official] [nightlies] [4.4.4] organized, clean, fast.

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By PrimeDirective, Recognized Developer / Recognized Contributor on 13th January 2013, 11:21 PM
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Welcome to VanirAOSP. Our mission is to deliver a clean optimized version of Android with subtly improved versions of the features you love to as many devices as possible. we've tried to incorporate and improve our features in a way that makes them more cohesive to improve the overall user experience while correcting any performance regressions and improving functionality..

What to expect:
- This is not a McCopy ROM. What goes into our build is well thought-out and not a bunch of stuff duck taped together because we could.
- maximum optimization. We do our research. We test hard. We build -fstrict -O3 globally and include a massive array of code optimizations and memory leak fixes that we write ourselves and eventually submit to AOSP or Linaro.
- originality in our source. We generate a lot of new commits being features or general code improvements. We are open source to share and improve the community but we also try to make sure we offer a unique experience.
- aesthetics.. hopefully in your opinion :P

General features:
stock mode - ability revert to stock AOSP code with the exception of a few custom features we chose to keep active
enhanced performance.. longer uptime with less slowdown
custom written CRON and init.d.
UI and graphics improvements
custom navbar, navring, and hardware key features
halo (active display & lockscreen notifications are in review)
usability improvements like power reboot menu and sound
animation control
Improved Vanir keyboard
CM's profiles & quicksettings
additional quicksetting tiles
immersive mode
statusbar mods
clock & battery mods
lockscreen blur and other mods
soon to come -> quick cam and flash notifications
busybox, embedded root, init.d, cron etc
yatta yatta yatta
more to come when i feel like updating the op

Join our Google+ community for news/updates
Nightly downloads are available on our google+ page or directly from our server
if you're interested in becoming a maintainer.. or just need help please email me. i'll reply as soon as i can. Activethrasher00@gmail.com

Please help me continue developing, or simply just toss me some change for a coffee

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13th January 2013, 11:29 PM |#2  
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What the difference in the two files? I assume we want prime? I'll test this out later and see how it is. Thanks for sharing.
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What the difference in the two files? I assume we want prime? I'll test this out later and see how it is. Thanks for sharing.

i suggest D01-13. it's newer and is set up like ATOM which is my personal ROM. the Vanir version is just the previous release i made on N7
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14th January 2013, 12:39 AM |#4  
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Runs great, thank you and appreciate your efforts, and the share.

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14th January 2013, 01:10 AM |#5  
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Runs great, thank you and appreciate your efforts, and the share.

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thanks. it's only gonna get better.


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14th January 2013, 02:21 AM |#6  
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Wow!! Just flashed this. Fastest 4.2 ROM I've had on this thing
14th January 2013, 02:27 AM |#7  
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Is it possible to make tilapia (Nexus 7 3G) version?

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14th January 2013, 02:44 AM |#8  
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i suggest D01-13. it's newer and is set up like ATOM which is my personal ROM. the Vanir version is just the previous release i made on N7

hey PD, ATOM hauls on the GNex, so of course I've got to give this a go on the N7. thanks for sharing!
14th January 2013, 02:48 AM |#9  
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Guys if i flash this rom i need to format data partition too?also what about my apps and games?thx!

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14th January 2013, 03:52 AM |#10  
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Guys if i flash this rom i need to format data partition too?also what about my apps and games?thx!

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you new to flashing custom ROMs?


every time you change ROMs you should factory reset. it will keep your sdcard contents. as far as saved games it probably depends on the developer that made the game but it should hang on to them.
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Is it possible to make tilapia (Nexus 7 3G) version?

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uhhmm yea i guess. i think somebody from droidhive was flashing my builds actually haha.


i'll see if i can figure it out tomorrow. i've been meaning to get a nexus 4 build set up too i just don't have the device or know anybody that could test it for me.
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