SECOND MODDED STOCK ROM
- Added Xposed Framework version 87
- Added a solution to hide the Android soft keys and get more screen space !
- Added SuperSU-v2.79-SR3
- Added Busybox.v1.26.2
- Added INIT.D support
- Added many tweaks onto BUILD.PROP
For further informations about init.d and build.prop tweaks, please read the post number three.
Please watch carefully the slideshow at the next link :
Second Modded stock rom download link :
INSTALLATION STEPS :
Download the "Apo_X25-MOD_02.zip
" and copy it onto microSD.
Follow very carefully the TWRP steps at the next link
(post number seventeen
Enter onto twrp recovery.
Make a full backup
of stock rom (Boot, System and Data) onto microSD
Make a backup of NVRAM
separately into microSD
Tap on "Wipe" (main screen of twrp).
Tap on "Advanced Wipe".
Select Dalvik/System/Cache/Data/Internal Storage BUT NOT
Swipe to Wipe.
Return to the main screen of twrp.
Tap on "Install".
Tap on "Select Storage" and tap on "Micro SDCard".
Tap on "Apo_X25-MOD_02.zip
Swipe to confirm Flash.
When installation is finished, swipe to reboot.
16) BE PATIENT 5
minutes (Vernee boot logo).
Tap on icon of "SuperSU-v2.79-SR3" to activate it (New User).
Settings --> About phone --> tap seven times onto Build number.
Developer options --> enable OEM unlocking and USB debugging.
Tap on icon of "Xposed Installer".
Tap on "Modules" and put the check mark onto "Immerse Me".
Reboot the phone.
"Viewing full screen" --> "Got it".
Swipe down from the top to see the soft keys.
Clarification about the NEW solution to hide the soft keys :
Someone pointed out that there is already a default method to hide the soft keys.
Probably I did not express myself well. I will try to put some more light on it.
I already knew about the "default opportunity" to hide the soft keys.
But the "default opportunity" do NOT hide the "Notification & Status Bar".
In addition, the method to un-hide the soft keys is impractical.
Instead, my solution hide also the "Notification & Status Bar" (more screen space).
In addition, the method to un-hide the soft keys is more practical.