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Default [ROM][4.4.2][OFFICIAL]LiquidSmooth v3.0 Beta - D801 - 3|31|14

Official Builds of LiquidSmooth

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DISCLAMER

Your warranty is now void.

I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.

LiquidSmooth is an aftermarket firmware based on the Android Open Source Project.
Dedicated to providing users with smooth, stable and fast ROMs. A Lightweight modified AOSP base, and then add the features you crave!
While we make every effort to test these builds as much as possible, we are not responsible for anything that may happen to your device.
We ask that you do your part to know your device and know how to recover from problems before you flash!

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Features:
Code:
Linaro 4.8 GCC Toolchain
O3 Strict-Aliasing & ISO C++11 Mode
ARM Optimized String Handling Routines
Linaro and Code Aurora Optimaztions
Slim's DPI on the fly
Custom animation controls
TRDS 3.0 (Liquid Blackout in settings)
Active Display
Slim's QuickSettings
Ram Bar
T-Mobile Theme Engine
Privacy Guard
Built in SuperUser
Working WiFi Tethering
Cell Broadcasts
Slim's Configurable Power Menu
Slim's Configurable Nav Bar
Slim's Recents
Gamma Configuration support
Custom animation controls (Listview)
LockScreen Notifications
And way more than this...
Build Change Log:
Code:
**3/31**
Switched to IllusionRoms kernel (Omni base)
Switched to SaberMod 4.7 Toolchain for the kernel
Removed AOSB Recents
Stock Recents are default now (option of Slim's or OmniSwitch)
Removed Color Statusbar as it was buggy

**3/17**
Status Bar Colors (Settings > Interface > AppBar)
Keyboard Animation's (Settings > Display > IME Animations)
Custom Scrolling Values (Settings > Display > Scrolling Modifiers)
Battery Bar (Settings > StatusBar > Battery Icon)
App Side Bar (Settings > Interface > AppBar)
Performance Control Replaced with Kernel Tweaker
Starting with 3/8 builds there will be limited CWM support you can flash updates using it as long as you do do use the wipe data action in the app thanks Steve Spencer
When a notification was clicked in active display on some device SystemUI would FC, fixed by Jason Weitzel
Gesture Anywhere (Details later in the post)
Active Display cleaned up and features merged in from Omni (Details here http://goo.gl/9eNhQ8)
Internal Memory QS Tile
Bug Fixes:
App Settings do not launch twice on long press in slim recents
3rd Party app support added to trigger recents
Keyboard does not close when recents is opened
SlimRecents Multiuser Compatible
Add Long press menu to SlimRecents, it includes app info, Playstore link, Amazon appstore.
FC on Pinch fixed
Make Slim Recents follow Google Design standards
Smooth none holo-spinners
Smart Pulldown added to LiquidActions
Recents added to LiquidActions

**3/3**
Liquid Updates:
Slim's Recents
Fixes for native screen recorder
More multi-core boot optimization
Possible fix for  poor speaker quality
Bump in speaker volume
Reduce volume in call
Add more steps for in-call volume 

**2/28**
Liquid Updates:
Built in Native Screen Recorder you can activate it by holding power and vol + for a second
Custom Toast Animations
100% working ART
Dirty Flash is work again
Thanks to Steve Spencer for fixing ART and dirty flashes and adding the native screen recorder.
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Know Issues - please do not post about bugs that you see on this list:
- Kernel Over Volt of +25-50 (may cause your device to run hot)
- Font Size picker does not work
- LCD Density force closes settings once you change the density and click the home or back buttons.
- Slim Pie needs a reboot before the trigger areas work
- There is no way to activate multi-window
- There is no way to disable Nav bar and pie currently
- OTA App is still in the testing phase, so it will be buggy so do not use it.
If you see something not in this list, let me know below.

New Features:
Custom Progress Bar.

LG apps known to work:
RieGo's LG QuickRemote v7

My personal settings:
System DPI at 400
Navigation Height at 36
Action Launcher Pro

Kernel settings:
TCP Congestion Control: westwood
I/O Scheduler: noop
CPU Governor: ondemand
MPU Voltages: -25 to all
CPU Frequency: Max 2265600
Devices - Phone: VZW LG G2 running LiquidSmooth 3.0 | Tablets: Asus Nexus 7 (2013) running LiquidSmooth 3.0 | Asus TF700T running CROMi-X with stock kernel
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Yessss!! Love me some liquid!

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Anybody got this working? Getting a failure on flash. Using twrp 2.6.3.3.
 
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Anybody got this working? Getting a failure on flash. Using twrp 2.6.3.3.
There are some people after flashing who have to unmount system. Please try that and flash.

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There are some people after flashing who have to unmount system. Please try that and flash.

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That worked. Let u know how its working for me after I've used it a bit.
 
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That worked. Let u know how its working for me after I've used it a bit.
Great, thanks, I will fix future builds.

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Does seem to run hot with the over voltage. Running a bench test causes a freq reduction to 1728. Had some crashes also. switched to Furnace 1.6.1 kernel. Temp was better, no crashes, freq was stable at 2496.
 
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Does seem to run hot with the over voltage. Running a bench test causes a freq reduction to 1728. Had some crashes also. switched to Furnace 1.6.1 kernel. Temp was better, no crashes, freq was stable at 2496.
I am going to do a test build with Furnace.

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My LiquidSmooth 3.0 builds: d800 | d801 | d802 | d803 | ls980 | vs980

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