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[INDEX]Themes, Tweaks, Roms, Kernels and more [21-04-2016]

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16th May 2014, 11:59 AM |#251  
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Still waiting for a poll reset. I'm sure a lot of people are using 4.4 now, or at the least they're interested in who is (such as myself).
 
 
6th June 2014, 08:15 PM |#252  
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Thanks to the help of one of the moderators, the poll now has an option for Android 4.4. Update your vote and let's see who's using what!
11th June 2014, 10:30 PM |#253  
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As a lot of you may have noticed, I've kinda left xda developers because of school and my life are taking a lot of my time.

Which means that I'm not able to update this list anymore. I also don't have my ray anymore as I moved to windows phone.



I'm looking for someone to maintain this list and update it when new stuff comes out.



You need some experience on this forum and have helped a few people, pm me if you're interested
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7th August 2014, 06:44 PM |#254  
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Originally Posted by matgras

As a lot of you may have noticed, I've kinda left xda developers because of school and my life are taking a lot of my time.

Which means that I'm not able to update this list anymore. I also don't have my ray anymore as I moved to windows phone.



I'm looking for someone to maintain this list and update it when new stuff comes out.



You need some experience on this forum and have helped a few people, pm me if you're interested

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21st September 2014, 03:28 PM |#255  
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I have a new phone now (Moto G LTE), but I am thinking of changing my Ray into a MP3/Media player device (disabling all phone features/apps, except Music/Video player, WiFi, Bluetooth and maybe Camera).

What is a good stable ROM to flash on my Ray with this in mind? It doesn't need many features, I just want it to be stable 24/7. I'll remove most apps anyway and I will try to max the battery life on it.
23rd September 2014, 06:50 AM |#256  
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I have a new phone now (Moto G LTE), but I am thinking of changing my Ray into a MP3/Media player device (disabling all phone features/apps, except Music/Video player, WiFi, Bluetooth and maybe Camera).

What is a good stable ROM to flash on my Ray with this in mind? It doesn't need many features, I just want it to be stable 24/7. I'll remove most apps anyway and I will try to max the battery life on it.

You better go for optimax with the ctcaer kernel. Best battery life and stability.

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23rd September 2014, 04:22 PM |#257  
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I have a new phone now (Moto G LTE), but I am thinking of changing my Ray into a MP3/Media player device (disabling all phone features/apps, except Music/Video player, WiFi, Bluetooth and maybe Camera).

What is a good stable ROM to flash on my Ray with this in mind? It doesn't need many features, I just want it to be stable 24/7. I'll remove most apps anyway and I will try to max the battery life on it.

most gingerbread roms always gave me the best results when I still had my Ray,

Check out miuiv2 roms, they're even faster than most stock roms.
9th November 2014, 12:19 AM |#258  
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repack4pda or illuminative are lean/clean and as fast as possible



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17th February 2015, 04:07 AM |#259  
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I have a Z2 now and plan to turn my Ray into a smartwatch Well, have it do all that only. That is, measure the distance I ran and play music during jogs. Which Kitkat ROM would be the best?

As I require kitkat to pair it with smartband and bluetooth optimizations to listen to music via bluetooth headset.
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Marshmallow for Ray
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