You don't need MRbumpGonna give this lean machine a try. Thanks for continuing support on the G3 variants.
Question: Is MR_Bump.zip needed on D855, D852, D850? And does the same MR_Bump script work on those devices?
Update: For anyone else wondering, I did the following as outlined by OP a few posts down on page one. Be sure to stick to the order.
1. Make sure you have latest recovery
2. Factory reset
3. Install ROM Zip
4. Install SuperSu
5. Install Gapps
6. Flash the MR_bump zip for bumping the boot.img (which is un-bumped after flashing the SuperSu)
7. Phone will reboot (if it doesn't then REBOOT manually)
I picked up MR_Bump.zip from this thread (It's called MR_Boot.zip, but links to MR_Bump.zip)
Might be good to update OP with the .zip to download and the difference between 'bumping' and not bumping. Basically, what I gather is that if you flash this ROM and don't bump, then you will not have root. Which is cool. I actually could see the usefulness of this for testing or maybe devices you don't want to risk being rooted. Consequently, if you flash MR_Bump.zip in the order as given, you will have root.
I'm not on krexus at the moment(vs985) so this info could be incorrect, but on past marshmallow ROMs, with a root browser go to: system, app, nfcnci & rename nfcnci.apk to nfcnci.bak or delete the .apk extension on the file, or delete the whole nfcnci.apk, & reboot. The nfc option should be completely nuked after reboot.I can't turn off NFC via settings. It's greyed out.
Yes like layers, but actually way better then it.
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