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25th February 2014, 02:56 AM |#11  
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Excuse me. But the fix for APN SELECTION this is very important and basic

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Hi do you have fine your APN selection.?

It's working fine for me.

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25th February 2014, 06:37 PM |#12  
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Beautiful very fluid ROM of the best and unfortunately I tried constantly restarts
25th February 2014, 06:47 PM |#13  
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Beautiful very fluid ROM of the best and unfortunately I tried constantly restarts

Have not happen to me. Been having a good deep sleep last night.
28th February 2014, 07:40 AM |#14  
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Thumbs up Best custom rom for the Xperia ZR (dogo)
Thanks Dev!!!
This rom is the most feature rich and smooth among the few available for dogo. I am very happy with it. Now it is running with art runtime without problems. I don't like benchmarks, but tried antutu, to compare art and dalvik. With art it is 20110. No performance changes. Everything is like right after the rom flash. Just installed my ~50 apps.

With Dalvik it is 20440. Art gave a bit faster feeling but there are some older apps don't run under art.
Anyway dalvik is also fine regarding speed : ) And I am not a developer so maybe this comparism was silly and not so scientific : )

My short review:
- Apn selection ok here as well
- no reboots at all, build is working fine and stable for some days
- wifi fine
- mobile networks: couldn't test yet
- bluetooth: couldn't test yet
- battery seems to be fine, but havn't checked it so much
- custom quick settings tile is very handy
- nav bar button configuration capability as well
- camera for me is a bit boring, I am using SnapCameraHDR instead. I like it's feature that both the photo shoot button and video recording start button are on the screen. so you don't need to choose between photo or video mode just push the button you need (like on the stock camera). And it is more feature rich. But HDR photos are not that good than the rom's built-in camera.
- Sound recording volume level low as with all the custom roms. Hopefully the next release of meow kernel could do smthg with it.
- first thing I changed: boot animation : ) the original was really disturbing for me. but that is not important regarding a rom performance : )
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2nd March 2014, 10:14 PM |#15  
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New Build is up

SlimRoms new recent's has been added replacing the current Iphony/sense recents (Video of it here)
Liquid Papers has been Re-added to the build, it now has a bunch more Wallpapers and now includes Lock Ring's and is translated into Spanish and German.
Time Context Headers for the Notification Bar
Built in Native Screen Recorder can activate it by holding power and vol + for a second
Custom Toast Animations
New Network Traffic indicator in the status-bar by popular request. It show the up speed and down speed.
Added a cm patch which will decrease the boot time on MultiCore phones for example i got a 40 second boot time from a clean flash on my Nexus 5.
A patch which make secondary chars more visible while using the TRDS dark keyboard
Custom Lock Handle is fixed
Custom Lockscreen Wallpaper is fixed
Flashing with TWRP should now be fixed (syslink error)
German Translation added for settings and frameowkrs
100% working ART

Features removed:
Left Handed Nav Bar
Halo
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3rd March 2014, 09:55 AM |#16  
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Good news : ) can't wait to try it!

One recommendation: could you provide md5 sum files next to the builds? It would be reassuring to check the file before flash.
3rd March 2014, 05:32 PM |#17  
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New recent view is nice. But can you add some feature like kill all with one button & see the current free RAM ?

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3rd March 2014, 09:04 PM |#18  
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you didn't provide instructions for installation. i'm on 4.3 stock rooted rom and unlocked BL, am i right to assume that this rom will work with my stock kernel and all i have to do is to flash the rom and gapps?
4th March 2014, 08:09 AM |#19  
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you didn't provide instructions for installation. i'm on 4.3 stock rooted rom and unlocked BL, am i right to assume that this rom will work with my stock kernel and all i have to do is to flash the rom and gapps?

First: I did according to the below process, but I don't take any responsibility.

Is your phone Xperia ZR?
You will need a working recovery also, where from you will install the rom, and gapps zip. I recommend the Xperia Recovery Manager app. That cost something, but than really easy and handy to get the right recovery for your phone. You can choose TWRP or CWM. And read the app thread for more advantage of installing recovery to FOTAKernel partition (as the app does). I use TWRP. It is handy, and if you set the time zone correctly, it will make an easy to find name for your nandroid backups (date_time_rom name) by default.

When you have a working recovery (lets say TWRP):
1. Start the recovery
2. Make a nandroid backup (you can choose between internal storage, sd card to save it). (Than I recommend a reboot, and check whether the backup files exists or not? than back to recovery)
3. Make a Factory reset (or you can choose the followings manually: wipe cache, dalvik, data. you can wipe system also)
4. install rom zip
5. install gapps zip
6. Than I wiped cache and dalvik (Sometimes I skip this. If there is problem without this step, than do it)
7. reboot and enjoy
first boot a bit longer than later boots will be

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hey deadman96385,
it would be good to acces this thread from the Xperia ZR ROM List
11th March 2014, 07:18 PM |#20  
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Working with meow kernel
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Working with meow kernel, confirmed by me, will update my review tommorrow


Thanks deadman96385 for the ROM and jeroenqui for the meow kernel

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wait guys do not try it with Meow Kernel it will soft bricked , i accidently flash Rom.zip with orignal boot.img
16th March 2014, 03:10 AM |#21  
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the last build returns an assert error through TWRP 2.6.

- fulll stock rooted system & UB, am I doing something wrong ?
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