Flashed this and the radio/bootloader file and all seems up and running well on a home cut SIM card for Verizon Wireless.
One question, tho ...
This says decrypted, but when I go to security it still says encrypted? Do I need to flash/do something else to decrypt?
Decrypted just means it doesn't force encryption. Unfortunately if you are encrypted, you have to wipe data and reformat it. I think there's a thread here on it somewhere. I decrypted once and tested things out and didn't notice a difference so I just left mine encrypted since it was when I did a Nandroid. Never looked back. But now, I don't remember what instructions I used. As I remember, I think all I did was wipe data and format data in TWRP... but don't quote me on that. Maybe someone else can chime in.
Yes, that is the ONLY difference. Mike and I took my original base and de-odexed it. It was de-odexing like the other prior version of Android so we pooled our talents to figure out why.
Chroma broke your phone. You can only run that ROM. JUST KIDDING!
Mike has made a power menu. IM sure he will share it soon. But with the new release today, we are going to tackle that next. This ROM is now officialy old after 1 single.Is anybody able to de-compile the framework using Visual Studio 10? I am trying to decompile it, so I can add in an Advanced Power Menu and battery text. If I was able to decompile it, I would switch from AOSP to this as my base rom. The problem is, I cant get VTS 10 to install the framework.
Can anyone help me out ... I sold my Nexus 6 and have to ship tomorrow. The buyer wants to keep root and recovery and everything so I flashed this ROM for him. Before I send it out I want to format and wipe all storage clean but I dont want to lose twrp or root or the fact the I'm unlocked. If I format storage in twrp will I lose twrp or anything that I dont want to lose. Or if someone can recommend a different way please help. Thanks in advance . smooth ass ROM BTW , runs great