Okay, our installer is probably more advanced than what you're used to seeing. This is because of our TKMod being merged with the ROM. There are probably some options you have never seen before and this is just a quick walkthrough where I will attempt to explain what exactly is going on.
TKRom is packaged with the KT747 kernel. You don't have to keep this kernel, you may flash the kernel of your choice over the top of this installation. However, everything in this ROM has been hand selected or designed to work best as we provide it.
This is the first screen with options that you will see. This is not a theme for the ROM, this is just a theme for Aroma. This way you can choose what the installer will look like throughout the installation process.
This is the next screen. Here you may choose to run the installer or you may also choose an aroma based file browser/terminal emulator.
Here is what the file browser looks like
The next screen is where you choose to install a fresh copy of the ROM, or you may choose the TKMod which will only change the options with the ROM. The only difference is that one installs the entire ROM with selections, and the other only installs the selections
This is where it gets juicy. Here you will see an option to disable 5 different rogue files. This is not mandatory, but if you plan on keeping the kernel packaged with the ROM we recommend to disable all of them. As a side note, mpdecision should only be renamed if you decide to use a hot-plugging governor with your kernel. Examples of this are msm-dcvs, Pegasusq, abyssplug, etc. However, if you keep the kt747 kernel, there is an option in the KTweaker app that has an auto hotplug driver built in for non-hotplugging governors. If you would like to use the auto-hotplug driver, proceed with disabling mpdecision and use the KTweaker app to enable auto hot-plugging. If you want a completely stock experience and don't want to tinker with the kernel, we recommend disabling all of them EXCEPT for mpdecision. Of course any of these options can be reverted or changed at anytime by selecting the tkmod option in the installer. For more information please see our Team Kernelizers thread in the general section of this forum.
This next screen is to revert or restore any file that has been previously disabled for whatever reason you like.
Here are some ROM options for you.
Louder sound mod will increase external speaker output by 50%
AOSP MMS is just that, gets rid of the TW style and replaces it with AOSP inverted MMS with popup notifications
Framework animations are special TK animations that make your phone look a bit fancier and a special overscroll color for each version of the ROM. TKRom 3 is an electric green color.
The next one is the splash screen. The KT747 kernel comes with a custom splash screen you have seen it if you haven't selected this option. If you want the stock one back that's what this option is for.
SystemUI is to select whether or not you want the toggles and brightness slider in the pull down. Selecting remove will free up some room but you will have no quick toggles.
The debloating option will get rid of a lot of Samsung and Verizon crap. However if you debloat, NFC WILL NOT WORK. If you want NFC please select the Let me decide option and debloat the ROM yourself. I do not have time to make a list of everything that is removed by if you open the zip with winrar or 7zip all the stuff removed will be in the bloat folder
Cross breeder. We HIGHLY recommend installing this as this greatly increases the effectiveness of our sysctrl. This is entropy generation which android pulls from a pool of entropy. This is basically random bits of data. With crossbreeder its around 4000, and without is only 200. The effects are immediately noticeable in the way the os flips through screens and such. Install it. You will love it. It becomes effective after the second reboot of your device
That's it. After you hit next the installer will handle everything else. Just sit back and enjoy!