NOTICE: First, this is ALL ptmr3's ROM. He and his crew made all the modifications you find in rom. This is his hard work. Anything you find in this ROM that is fancy (other than the kernel) you should thank HIM for. Now then..
Y u steel ptmr3's work?
I didn't. At best I forked it, or kanged it, at worst I dismembered it. This ROM can be considered Padawan ultra fat free lite. I've removed EVERYTHING I don't considered necessary. The key being what *I* don't need. You'll notice this gutting when you download it. This ROM is roughly 400mb (or 50%) smaller than Padawan-proper. I did this in an attempt to speed everything up. Upon first boot, you should find the ROM only using 376mb of RAM. The screenshot above is your app drawer upon install. If you don't see it listed there, it's not installed. My belief is that a user should get the honor of slowing down their device with their own crap.
Stupid AT&T Stuff
Collection of tools that "speed" things up
All aroma options
All Samsung apps (including Snote, Smemo, SVoice, Swhatever)
Customization Tools (PerAppDPI, The Icon thing, XPosed Framework, etc)
Da_G's overclocked (1.8ghz) kernel
Fastcharge Script (currently broken, but when Da_G fixes, just flash the new kernel, the script is in place)
Android 4.3 font set to default system font
Download / Directions
Download the ROM
Wipe all your stuff that you think you should wipe.
Tell me what I broke, and if I don't agree with you, I'll try to figure out what I removed that broke a real feature.
EDIT: On initial run through, this thing is blazing. Which can be expected, but even clocked down back down to 1.5ghz ( I don't overclock up to 1.8 ghz) and running conservative governor , this ROM is still super fluid. Idk if its placebo, but the speed difference is noticeable by a lot.
Devices: RETIRED: Inspire 4g. Current:
Gnote i717Samsung Infuse 4gSamsung Galaxy Note 2 (broke :'( ) ROM: I flash so many ROMS I forgot what I'm on :]
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