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Question [Q] Has anyone attempted to DEODEX???

Has anyone attempted to deodex there stock rom for the g flex??? i just wanted to know if its possible without a boot-loader and recovery. i found multiple links that show its possible and i see one that is pretty easy by using titanium backup. so what do you all think any opinion or suggestion are greatly appreciated.


Titanum back up method: http://androidforums.com/a75-all-thi...eodex-rom.html

other method: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2374008

other method: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2463405

other method: http://androidforums.com/esteem-all-...stock-rom.html

other method: http://technologic101.wordpress.com/...k-android-rom/

other method: http://forums.androidcentral.com/mot...our-phone.html

other method: http://www.s4miniarchive.com/2013/11...galaxy-s4.html

other method: http://www.droidxforums.com/forum/dr...our-phone.html
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LG G Flex Sprint Variant LS995 --------------------------- Dell Studio XPS 13.3 Notebook
Rooted by the IOROOT method ---------------------------- Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
BusyBox installed by Stericson ---------------------------- Intel Core 2 Duo CPU
Bootloader still locked ----------------------------------------- P9600 @ 2.66GHZ 2.67GHZ 4.00GB RAM
No Custom Recovery available for this variant
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I've done it. The problem is without a recovery we can't just flash this. You could try the titanium method since it would be done right in the phone or if you're in T-Mobile you could adb push my version that I linked

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Worst case just flash to stock and you're good again

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I've done it. The problem is without a recovery we can't just flash this. You could try the titanium method since it would be done right in the phone or if you're in T-Mobile you could adb push my version that I linked

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Worst case just flash to stock and you're good again

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thanks for your response i might take a hit at it
What I am working with
LG G Flex Sprint Variant LS995 --------------------------- Dell Studio XPS 13.3 Notebook
Rooted by the IOROOT method ---------------------------- Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
BusyBox installed by Stericson ---------------------------- Intel Core 2 Duo CPU
Bootloader still locked ----------------------------------------- P9600 @ 2.66GHZ 2.67GHZ 4.00GB RAM
No Custom Recovery available for this variant
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I have the paid version of "Android Tuner" and it has an option to deodex ROM so even with out a custom recovery I did it any way. It worked. I'm deodexed. But I don't honestly see the benefits of it. Since odexed ROMs split the apk into two parts so that only the portion needed to boot with the phone boots, an odexed ROM actually has a faster boot time and from everything I've read can actually perform faster/snappier.

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I have the paid version of "Android Tuner" and it has an option to deodex ROM so even with out a custom recovery I did it any way. It worked. I'm deodexed. But I don't honestly see the benefits of it. Since odexed ROMs split the apk into two parts so that only the portion needed to boot with the phone boots, an odexed ROM actually has a faster boot time and from everything I've read can actually perform faster/snappier.

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Android tuner will deodex the entire Rom? Interesting man. I've got the app but I'm wondering what if any benefit I'd get outta the deodex-ing, without custom Roms, recovery, etc that might make more use of the tweak.

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i just wanted to see if it was possible without a recovery. i tried the titanium backup method bit it seems that i need the pro version. but android tuner sounds interesting. i might go that route did you have any type of FC or glitches? also i heard deox is great for theming
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No Custom Recovery available for this variant
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i just wanted to see if it was possible without a recovery. i tried the titanium backup method bit it seems that i need the pro version. but android tuner sounds interesting. i might go that route did you have any type of FC or glitches? also i heard deox is great for theming
That's the main reason to deodex it makes any mod or theme much easier to create and they say it saves space in the system partition as well

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No I'm not getting any FC's or anything. Runs just as smooth as before. An I'm not sure if ANDROID TUNER has the option in the free version. The paid version is around $8. Def worth it. I use it. To gain entropy a man he read/write cache processor temp. Startup manager and has a huge selection of tweaks to. But the option is under system manager/one clicks then its the top button. (De)odex. Pretty cool app even has an xposed module.

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