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[ROM][5.1.1][UNOFFICAL] OwnROM 1.0 [R1,2015-08-08]

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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. 
A lot.
Our Features

-In-Built SuperSu
-OwnSettings>
-In-Built Changelog
-Network Traffic Monitor
-Toast Animations
-QS Customization
-Clock customization
-Theme Engine
-Privacy Guard
-Pulse Notification Light
-Lockscreen Corner Shortcuts
-Ambient Display
-Density Changer
-Immersive Mode (per App)
-Battery Light
-Quick and Smart Statusbar
-Profiles
-Black List
-LockScreen Shortcuts
-TRDS 5.0
-SlimPIE
-CAF Task Manager
-Toast Animations
-Improved Color Picker (with Material colors)
-Kernel Adiutor
-Clear All Recents Button Tweaks
-System Animations
-Camera Sound Toggle
-Wakelock Blocker
-Long Press Back To Kill app
-Slims IME Features
-0.25x and 0.75x Animations Transitions
- And Many more


Many more coming soon!
Download Here!
Installation instructions:

1. Backup whatever you have to, also do take a nandroid backup via recovery (Just in case)
2. Erase '/system', '/data', Cache and Dalvik Cache
3. Flash OwnROM
4. Flash OwnG-apps
5. Boot


Links:
OwnROM Github
OwnROM Devices and Kernel Github
OwnROM Website
OwnROM G+


Thanks to:
@OwnDroid (Mark Visser)
The Whole OwnDroid Team
AOSP
Google
CyanogenMod
AOSPA
OmniROM
arnab

Anybody left out please do feel free to PM me

Kernel and Device Source Code<Thanks @arnab for his hard work on this device

Device specific source - Device
Kernel
Vendor

XDA:DevDB Information
Own ROM, ROM for the i9100

Contributors
aniket.lamba
Source Code: https://github.com/OwnROM

ROM OS Version: 5.1.x Lollipop
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.0.x
ROM Firmware Required: A custom recovery (TWRP preferrable),ROM and Gapps zip file,knowledge on how to flash zip files.
Based On: CyanogenMod

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: R1

Created 2015-08-08
Last Updated 2015-09-07
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Thank you for your hard work, but, does this forum need ANOTHER CM based ROM? They are all buggy and hog battery.
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Actually it's a very fast and snappy ROM. I have just flashed it. One thing I discovered is that system partition is again detected as 512mb even though I have repartitioned it in 1gb. Another thing also is that TRDS seems not to be working, as nothing is changed when you enable it manually. I will keep it and see how it goes. So far, it's a very well performing ROM, even for such an early build. Keep it up.

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Thank you for your hard work, but, does this forum need ANOTHER CM based ROM? They are all buggy and hog battery.

+1 and I prefer aosp
Mr @aniket.lamba could you build an Omni build ? As @asimovi does not update his ROM or github often but you're an active dev so I ask you to build it , hope you'll do it as Omni has many fans

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+1 and I prefer aosp
Mr @aniket.lamba could you build an Omni build ? As @asimovi does not update his ROM or github often but you're an active dev so I ask you to build it , hope you'll do it as Omni has many fans

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Nah,not really,I had built an AOSP ROM already,just needed a tester to it.Would you be willing to test it?
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What about a MIUI ROM? Is it possible?
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What about a MIUI ROM? Is it possible?

I can't say right now,will probably give it a shot on the next weekend.
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Sorry to be OT, but could anyone build just a simple pure AOSP rom with all the optimizations available in the building process (O3, Linaro, UberTC etc.) compatible with xposed so that anyone can customize it they way he wants with Gravitybox? I mean no CM rom or based on it, just Nexus-like pure AOSP but optimized for speed. Would that be possible @aniket.lamba? Thanks in advance for any answers and I 'm sorry again to be OT.
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