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[ROM] [4.4.2] SlimKat (manta) [STABLE 4.0]

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By fronti90, Senior Member on 4th November 2013, 09:36 AM
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SlimRoms is a custom android operating system. The main goal is to offer users a slimmed down but still feature rich alternative to other android operating systems.
The entire SlimTeam work together to bring you this tailor-made beauty straight from Android Open Source Project (AOSP) source code.
All of the sources can be publicly viewed through GitHub and you can stop by the public Gerrit to submit patches of any type.

SlimKat is the project name for SlimRoms based on Android 4.4 and offers the following original features:
  • The Real Dark Slim
    • Full system-wide dark interfaces. - If you like it smooth and classy.
  • Custom Shortcuts. Everywhere.
    • Hardware keys, Navigation Ring, Navigation Bar, Lockscreen, Tiles, Notifications etc. - We've got you covered.
  • System-Wide Keyboard Controls
    • Rotation, cursor control, optional emoticions, etc. - You'll be tapping away to your heart's content.
  • SlimCenter
    • Downloads, contact information, system app removal. - More fun than you can shake a stick at.
  • Camera Features
    • Trueview, Smart Capture. - Capture life moments with ease.

Important links:

slimroms.net - The official webpage where you find everything you need to know about SlimRoms.

Downloads - Download the rom, gapps and other addons.

Installation instructions - Follow these steps to the letter if you're about to install SlimRoms on your device.

Latest Changelog - Read here if you want information on changes in latest build.

FAQ - The most frequent asked questions with answers.

Kernel Source - The source of your device's kernel.


Get in touch! - Contact SlimRoms at these places if you have questions, requests or feedback.

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Disclaimer: SlimRoms are not responsible for any damages to your device.
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From previous Android 4.3 builds at around 99mb to 140mb for 4.4... What's the extra that is included?
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So for anyone trying this, here's my results after a little trial & error

Latest twrp didn't flash, aborted installation, error 7, etc..... In the n4/mako threads the majority of users were having this issue (worked fine for me). twrp for mako has been updated, but still waiting on a manta update

In the meantime i went over to cwm recovery thread. Haven't used that in ages and it seems there may be issues with some of their updates in general. There are flashables available for the last several versions. Here's the one that worked for me:

Clockwork_MOD-6.0.3.8-Touch-manta.zip

edit: just now signing in, everything booted well....happy flashing!
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So for anyone trying this, here's my results after a little trial & error

Latest twrp didn't flash, aborted installation, error 7, etc..... In the n4/mako threads the majority of users were having this issue (worked fine for me). twrp for mako has been updated, but still waiting on a manta update

In the meantime i went over to cwm recovery thread. Haven't used that in ages and it seems there may be issues with some of their updates in general. There are flashables available for the last several versions. Here's the one that worked for me:

Clockwork_MOD-6.0.3.8-Touch-manta.zip

edit: just now signing in, everything booted well....happy flashing!

I can confirm Slim 4.4 didn't flash in TWRP. Just finished trying to flash a few minutes ago. I like TWRP better, so will wait until the issues can be sorted. Thanks damngood!
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From previous Android 4.3 builds at around 99mb to 140mb for 4.4... What's the extra that is included?

.............Kit Kat.
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Nice work!
But no tablet ui at the moment
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Guys, will I run into trouble if I try to restore non-Google user apps with Titanium?

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Guys, will I run into trouble if I try to restore non-Google user apps with Titanium?

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you should be fine, but cant say for sure
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