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[HELP] Add languages to a LEWAOS/MIUImod ROM

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i can remove anything ,i use my x10i flashtools no problem. dont no about the OTA will try shortly.let you no.

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whats the theme apk called in this rom .

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after installing several apps they showup all mixed together with no sense :(

how do i sort them alphabetically in the app drawer using the lewa launcher, (the default one)?

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after installing several apps they showup all mixed together with no sense :(

how do i sort them alphabetically in the app drawer using the lewa launcher, (the default one)?

first of all lets move the questions etc to:

as for the answer go to settings > home > other settings > auto arrange

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first of all lets move the questions etc to: http://android.modac...d-237cm7-based/

as for the answer go to settings > home > other settings > auto arrange

Thanks!! :D

about current thread, what will be it's use, since there is the new one?, (thanks for warning :) )

issues, questions, help, bug discussion and other stuff i don't remember, will move to the the new thread?

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Is the build in firewall working? Applications are still able to connect to the internet no matter if I allow them or not in rule list.

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ok i cant resist the urge to post this, to all those obsessed with MIUI this will impress you, check the latest lewa rom of 07/09/2012 (develop version) inspite of the security issues whoever want MIUI implementation in their phone wowed.....im marvelled

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