Hey there i figured people who phones with me7 and have root need a rom option.
there is no recovery yet so i figured id get messy and make a adb script based installer so that you could have a modded gs4.
-Locked Me7 Up-
blocking mode- thanks to andybones
de-bloated - myfishbear
DSP manager -cm team
Fixed MMS supporting bigger messages
torch -cm team
sunbeam wallpaper - google
enhanced headphone volume - myfishbear
init.d scripts -sbreen94
At&t Optical reader -at&t
xposed modules - thanks to Nottach
Samsung boot-logo -samsung
Native tethering -scrosler
e911 icon removed -myfishbear
awesome beats -awesome
all sorts of notification sounds and ringtones
and much more!
How to install:
1. root phone
2. turn on debugging mode
3. install gs4 adb driver (you can do this with kies) found here
4. unzip my rar file
5. set phone to mtp mode
6. run lockedME7up_installer.bat
7. after install clear data on email and exchange because old data will cause system hangs.
How to enable blocking mode
1. install blocking mode
2 Get SqlLite Editor
3.Goto Setting Storage |System |
4. Edit field "notification_panel_active_app_list"
5. add DormantMode
6. edit field "dormant_switch_onoff" from 0 to 1,
7. Hit save and reboot
its not in the settings menu but you can access it from the toggles
- added safestrap removal (do this from stock slot)
-DSP manager now works 100%
- added beats audio installer
-fixed dsp manager up
added alot of features such as
-increased headphone volume
-added At&t Optical reader
- added init.d scripts (enable them with universal init.d)
-made script run faster and more efficiently
Originally Posted by 1313SAM
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