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★ ☆ [ROM][5.0.2][OFFICIAL] LiquidSmooth | v4.0 | Lollipop [01-13-15]

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14th February 2014, 09:00 AM   |  #1  
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LiquidSmooth is an aftermarket firmware based on the Android Open Source Project.

Dedicated to providing users with smooth, stable and 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:
* ROM built with SaberMod 4.8.4 GCC Toolchain 
* Kernel built with SaberMod 4.9.3 GCC Toolchain
* Updated Linux to 3.10.62
* LCD KCAL control
* Disabled forced encryption
* Tweaked CPU governors (more gov's to come)
* ARM Optimized String Handling Routines
* Linaro and Code Aurora Optimizations
* Gesture Anywhere
* Gesture unlock
* Battery icon options
* SlimRoms Headsup customization
 * Custom toast animations
* Option to disable screenshot noise
* Built in superuser options with Root access options
* Call blacklist options
* SMS rate limiting option
* Filter spam notifications
* Per app control for Lockscreen notifications
* Configurable 0, 90, 180 and 270 degree rotation
* Safe headset volume option
* Less annoying sound notifications option
* Option to use volume keys to control media volume anytime
* Option to customize device hostname
* Option to not wake up device when charge is plugged/unplugged
* Volume rocker wake up
* IME switcher notification control
* Option to disable fullscreen keyboard
* Force autorotation on IME
* Option to force show enter key
* CM's Privacy Guard
* Increasing ringtone option
* Dark UI (primarily in Settings for now)
* Screen Density changer
* Statusbar clock customization
* Option to disable searchbar in recents
* Statusbar brightness control
* Double tap statusbar to sleep control
* Custom Lockscreen shortcuts
* Extra info about your device (About phone/tablet)
* Custom Liquid Logo in about phone/tablet
* Google bug report and ota removed
* Option to show kernel toolchain and other info by tapping kernel version in about phone/tablet
* Timeout and instant lock options added to slide unlock instead of just secure keyguard options
* Developer options enabled by default
* Navigation bar height control
* Show application package name in app info
* LiquidSmooth Stats and Updater added
* Partition size info
* Option to disable immersive messages

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Kernel source: Link
Kernel source - MLG: Link

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LiquidSmooth, ROM for the Sprint HTC One

Contributors
santod040, Team Liquid
Source Code: http://github.com/LiquidSmooth

ROM OS Version: 5.0.x Lollipop
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x
ROM Firmware Required: Latest KK
Based On: AOSP,CyanogenMod

Version Information
Status: Beta
Current Stable Version: v3.1 6-10-14
Stable Release Date: 2014-06-10
Current Beta Version: V4.0
Beta Release Date: 2014-12-25

Created 2014-02-14
Last Updated 2015-01-13
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Custom Kernel:

This is my custom kernel for Aosp lollipop on the m7.
It has some commonly requested features and will continue to be updated as needed, or when I see fit.

Cpu and Voltage Control
  • Adjust clocks and voltage using Trickster

Wake Options:
  • s2w
  • s2s
  • dt2w - set to 1 in Trickster for bottom of screen, set to 2 for full screen
  • logo2wake - you will need to edit your keylayout file or flash this to enable logo
  • logo2menu - you will need to edit your keylayout file or flash this to enable logo


Governors:
  • nightmare
  • intelliactive
  • intellidemand
  • smartassV2
  • lagfree
  • badass
  • smartmax_eps
  • interactive
  • conservative
  • ondemand
  • userspace
  • powersave
  • wrexy
  • lionheart
  • smartmax
  • performance

Kexec Hardboot Patched:
  • Should work for Multi-Rom (untested)

NuK3rn3l-m7-Aosp-Lollipop

Current Build:

NuK3rn3l v3.00 12-29-14

Old Versions:



Please make a backup before flashing!
I will not be posting the stock kernel as it may change with every build.
You can use advanced backup/restore and just backup/restore the boot.img, or fastboot flash boot boot.img.


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I just got too excited when I saw this post...o.o

Posted using my HTC One
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Running great so far. Really fast and smooth. No issues thus far.
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Originally Posted by bmwkeith

Running great so far. Really fast and smooth. No issues thus far.


How is the battery life on it? I've been running an earlier version of CM11 from December and I have decent, if not OK battery. I'm at 70% after being off charger for 5 hours or so.
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How is the battery life on it? I've been running an earlier version of CM11 from December and I have decent, if not OK battery. I'm at 70% after being off charger for 5 hours or so.

Not that great really. About 5% an hour. Maybe I need to try the stock kernel.
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Smooth!
Very nice rom. Good selection of settings and features and runs well. The modified kernel gave me a few reboots and a black screen in my pocket, no issues with the stock kernel when I reflashed back.
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Originally Posted by neonjam

Very nice rom. Good selection of settings and features and runs well. The modified kernel gave me a few reboots and a black screen in my pocket, no issues with the stock kernel when I reflashed back.

Thanks, I pulled that kernel link for now.
Am working up a new one and will put it through it's paces before reposting.
Glad to hear the rom is running well for you.
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Not that great really. About 5% an hour. Maybe I need to try the stock kernel.

5% an hour isnt too bad, a little better than what i have right now.
might give it a shot just for fun

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