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[ROM] [AOSP] [JB] [4.3] [JSS15J] SuperNexus 3.0 - I9300 - Build 1 [15-08-13]

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Faryaab

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The main idea behind SuperNexus is to provide Vanilla Android experience, just like on Google's Nexus devices, to non-nexus devices. SuperNexus is entirely built from Google's AOSP Source. A lot of improvements and optimizations have been done to the Google's Source Code to have the best possible Vanilla Android Experience. SuperNexus is very light too as there are no 3rd party apps (ZERO Bloatware).

Big thanks to TeamHacksung (Donate To Them) as I'm using their Device Tree and SoC related patches in my SuperNexus ROM. Thanks to CyanogenMod Team (CM) as many features are cherry-picked from their source code.

System Details:
  • Android 4.3 Jelly Bean (JSS15J - Android-4.3_r2.1)
  • Latest CM Kernel
  • All Jelly Bean Features and Apps (Nothing excluded from AOSP)
  • No Visual Changes!
  • Stock Jelly Bean Look and Feel
  • This will turn your Samsung Galaxy S III into a Nexus 4 :p

ROM Features:
  • Fully Deodexed
  • Zipaligned APKs
  • Rooted (Super SU)
  • BusyBox Installed
  • No 3rd Party App
  • ZERO Bloatware
  • Android Source Code vastly improved and optimized (i.e. Bionic, Dalvik, Webkit, Framework, libcore, SQlite etc)
  • Official JellyBean bootanimation
  • Init.d Support
  • Rsync Support
  • UserInit Support
  • Bash & Nano Support
  • Native SIP/VOIP Support
  • OpenSSH Support (ssh, sshd, scp, stfp)
  • HSPA+ Support
  • OpenVPN Support
  • Ad-Hoc Network Support
  • exFAT and NTFS-3G support
  • EXT4 File System Optimizations
  • Large APN & SPN List
  • SELinux enabled
  • Framework Features:
    -Extended Power Menu (Reboot, Recovery, Download & Screenshot Options)
    -Improved Scrolling Cache
    -Tweaked Animation Values Of Progress Spinners (Silky Smooth Loading Spinners)
    -Enabled Rotation Lock Tile in Quick Settings for Phones (Previously was only enabled on Tablets)
    -Increased Lockscreen Widget limit from 5 to 9
    -Options for switching between USB Mass Storage and MTP/PTP (On Specific Devices)
  • Browser Features:-
    -Increased Maximum Tab limit from 16 to 64
    -Incognito Tab Option (When long pressed on an URL)
    -Option To Close All Tabs With One-Click
    -Allowed Any Type Of File To Be Downloaded
    -HTML5 WebSockets
  • Phone Features:-
    -Noise Suppression
  • Miscellaneous Features:
    -Allowed Installation Of Apps From Unknown Sources By Default
    -Disabled Data Roaming By Default
    -Dialer auto-complete enabled by default (Stock T9 dialer)
    -Removed Google's Software Updates Option from Settings
    -Enabled Gesture Input By default
    -Hardware Information of the device (Settings>About Device>Hardware Information)

Officially Supported Devices:
Known Issues
  • Minor graphic glitches (#blamesamsung - No Mali blobs for Android 4.3)

Screenshots:
llh5.png
sgb6.png
2clt.png
278e.png
6oo2.png
ct7f.png
i2fu.png
rxey.png


Requirements:
  • Custom Recovery (ClockworkMod Recovery is recommended)

Instructions
First time installing SuperNexus 3.0 to your device, or coming from another ROM:
- Copy Google Apps and SuperNexus ROM into your internal SD Card
- Boot into Recovery (Volume up + Home + Power)
- DO A DATA WIPE / FACTORY RESET (otherwise your device will be stuck at boot)
- Flash SuperNexus ROM
- Flash Google Apps' package
- Reboot your device

Upgrading from earlier build of SuperNexus 3.0:
- Copy Google Apps and SuperNexus ROM to your internal SD Card
- Boot into Recovery(Volume up + Home + Power)
- Wipe Cache
- Wipe Dalvik-cache (Under Avanced -> Wipe Dalvik-Cache)
- Flash SuperNexus ROM
- Flash Google Apps' package
- Reboot your device


Downloads

Latest Build:
Google Apps:
Source Code:
  • SuperNexus Source @ Github (I'm willing to add support for other devices so if you are a developer and willing to add support for your device(s), PM me)
  • CM Kernel Source @ Github

Changelog:
Code:
[B]SuperNexus 3.0 Build 1 (15-08-13):[/B]
[LIST]
[*] Initial build
[/LIST]

Credits:
  • Simon Brunton - Website (Graphic Designer)
  • Google
  • CyanogenMod Team
  • Teamhacksung
  • Codeworkx
  • Xplodwild
  • Nebkat
  • Espenfjo
  • Pawtip
  • Chainfire
  • Thanks to all those who donated

Follow Me On:-


Donate:
If you like my work please consider a donation as it will help me keep this development alive and expand it to newer/other devices. :)
 
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RusherDude

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NICE!

Thank you!!

I was waiting for if he needed more reserved posts ;)

Imho, the new logo, should have some blue/green/yellow colors on the android figure to represent Nexus in a better way :p
 
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    The main idea behind SuperNexus is to provide Vanilla Android experience, just like on Google's Nexus devices, to non-nexus devices. SuperNexus is entirely built from Google's AOSP Source. A lot of improvements and optimizations have been done to the Google's Source Code to have the best possible Vanilla Android Experience. SuperNexus is very light too as there are no 3rd party apps (ZERO Bloatware).

    Big thanks to TeamHacksung (Donate To Them) as I'm using their Device Tree and SoC related patches in my SuperNexus ROM. Thanks to CyanogenMod Team (CM) as many features are cherry-picked from their source code.

    System Details:
    • Android 4.3 Jelly Bean (JSS15J - Android-4.3_r2.1)
    • Latest CM Kernel
    • All Jelly Bean Features and Apps (Nothing excluded from AOSP)
    • No Visual Changes!
    • Stock Jelly Bean Look and Feel
    • This will turn your Samsung Galaxy S III into a Nexus 4 :p

    ROM Features:
    • Fully Deodexed
    • Zipaligned APKs
    • Rooted (Super SU)
    • BusyBox Installed
    • No 3rd Party App
    • ZERO Bloatware
    • Android Source Code vastly improved and optimized (i.e. Bionic, Dalvik, Webkit, Framework, libcore, SQlite etc)
    • Official JellyBean bootanimation
    • Init.d Support
    • Rsync Support
    • UserInit Support
    • Bash & Nano Support
    • Native SIP/VOIP Support
    • OpenSSH Support (ssh, sshd, scp, stfp)
    • HSPA+ Support
    • OpenVPN Support
    • Ad-Hoc Network Support
    • exFAT and NTFS-3G support
    • EXT4 File System Optimizations
    • Large APN & SPN List
    • SELinux enabled
    • Framework Features:
      -Extended Power Menu (Reboot, Recovery, Download & Screenshot Options)
      -Improved Scrolling Cache
      -Tweaked Animation Values Of Progress Spinners (Silky Smooth Loading Spinners)
      -Enabled Rotation Lock Tile in Quick Settings for Phones (Previously was only enabled on Tablets)
      -Increased Lockscreen Widget limit from 5 to 9
      -Options for switching between USB Mass Storage and MTP/PTP (On Specific Devices)
    • Browser Features:-
      -Increased Maximum Tab limit from 16 to 64
      -Incognito Tab Option (When long pressed on an URL)
      -Option To Close All Tabs With One-Click
      -Allowed Any Type Of File To Be Downloaded
      -HTML5 WebSockets
    • Phone Features:-
      -Noise Suppression
    • Miscellaneous Features:
      -Allowed Installation Of Apps From Unknown Sources By Default
      -Disabled Data Roaming By Default
      -Dialer auto-complete enabled by default (Stock T9 dialer)
      -Removed Google's Software Updates Option from Settings
      -Enabled Gesture Input By default
      -Hardware Information of the device (Settings>About Device>Hardware Information)

    Officially Supported Devices:
    Known Issues
    • Minor graphic glitches (#blamesamsung - No Mali blobs for Android 4.3)

    Screenshots:
    llh5.png
    sgb6.png
    2clt.png
    278e.png
    6oo2.png
    ct7f.png
    i2fu.png
    rxey.png


    Requirements:
    • Custom Recovery (ClockworkMod Recovery is recommended)

    Instructions
    First time installing SuperNexus 3.0 to your device, or coming from another ROM:
    - Copy Google Apps and SuperNexus ROM into your internal SD Card
    - Boot into Recovery (Volume up + Home + Power)
    - DO A DATA WIPE / FACTORY RESET (otherwise your device will be stuck at boot)
    - Flash SuperNexus ROM
    - Flash Google Apps' package
    - Reboot your device

    Upgrading from earlier build of SuperNexus 3.0:
    - Copy Google Apps and SuperNexus ROM to your internal SD Card
    - Boot into Recovery(Volume up + Home + Power)
    - Wipe Cache
    - Wipe Dalvik-cache (Under Avanced -> Wipe Dalvik-Cache)
    - Flash SuperNexus ROM
    - Flash Google Apps' package
    - Reboot your device


    Downloads

    Latest Build:
    Google Apps:
    Source Code:
    • SuperNexus Source @ Github (I'm willing to add support for other devices so if you are a developer and willing to add support for your device(s), PM me)
    • CM Kernel Source @ Github

    Changelog:
    Code:
    [B]SuperNexus 3.0 Build 1 (15-08-13):[/B]
    [LIST]
    [*] Initial build
    [/LIST]

    Credits:
    • Simon Brunton - Website (Graphic Designer)
    • Google
    • CyanogenMod Team
    • Teamhacksung
    • Codeworkx
    • Xplodwild
    • Nebkat
    • Espenfjo
    • Pawtip
    • Chainfire
    • Thanks to all those who donated

    Follow Me On:-


    Donate:
    If you like my work please consider a donation as it will help me keep this development alive and expand it to newer/other devices. :)
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    love this ROM. the graphical glitches are annoying but oh well.

    this is my daily driver and will stay that way. it is so fast.

    i also have that annoying 'google services chews up battery' bug but it seems to be worse stats-wise than it actually is.

    You can fix the graphical glitches in a second.

    Open "/system/build.prop"

    Change:

    "hwui.render_dirty_regions=false

    To

    "debug.hwui.render_dirty_regions=false"

    Reboot.
    Done!
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    He doesn't have to answer anything, but the rules also state that questions should not be asked in the DEV thread but in the QA section.

    You speak of rules I speak of good manners! It would be polite of him to at least acknowledge "his" users. Only that! ;)


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