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11th January 2014, 02:49 AM   |  #1  
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I am on mk2 from fresh Odin and root. I've de bloated using the tool and I've removed extra VZW apk's that I don't need. Is there a minimal TW ROM that can be used with SS? It still seems like a lot of the Sammy gimmicks were left behind and I don't want to break the OS by deleting them. The only reason I went to mk2 is for the baseband and 4.3 update. I was already on me7 when I bought the phone.

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I am on mk2 from fresh Odin and root. I've de bloated using the tool and I've removed extra VZW apk's that I don't need. Is there a minimal TW ROM that can be used with SS? It still seems like a lot of the Sammy gimmicks were left behind and I don't want to break the OS by deleting them. The only reason I went to mk2 is for the baseband and 4.3 update. I was already on me7 when I bought the phone.

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Hyperdrive pretty much all right now I believe.

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Hyperdrive pretty much all right now I believe.

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Thats what i was thinking. I think I'll follow the two ports that are being messed with and go from there as well. I've read a few people using the TW roms to replace stock and not having issues through SS which seems ideal for space reasons.

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11th January 2014, 03:05 AM   |  #4  
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There are only a few to choose from. Hyperdrive is the only one thats really made for SS. There are 2 others that can be installed via unpacking them in the backups folder of twrp and restoring them. Both seemed a little buggy on my phone after a bit but others have reported them as being stable.
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