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[ROM] ZTE Skate - CM7: Ice Armor III. [Ice Armor III+ DOWNLOAD NOW]

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razzmataz1478    278

Is there any source code for this? I am trying to port it to the ZTE Crescent - it is very speedy :)

Don't know much about porting but...can't you just change libs and kernel or is it more than that...?

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JetKun    15

This is currently my favourite ZTE Skate ROM- when tilal's CM9 comes out, i'll use that, but who knows- here's to hoping kelzsoca and apeelme make a CM9 Ice Armour soon :D

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ebus    2

I must say, I'm really loving this rom. Thanks kelzsoca!

With the status bar on the bottom of the screen and the soft buttons for home, menu and back, it is awesome!

Yes agreed thats is whats keeping me on this as well :rolleyes:

plus battery life is awesome

I added adw ex launcher to make it just nicer :D and silky smooth

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creedence    111

This is currently my favourite ZTE Skate ROM- when tilal's CM9 comes out, i'll use that, but who knows- here's to hoping kelzsoca and apeelme make a CM9 Ice Armour soon :D

I agree! cool.gifsmile.gif

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Kayusumi    6

Hi, does anyone install the cracked GoogleMap(ownhere/Brut.all) from XDA in IA II?

I got an reverse direction when I using navigation...

(which means I have to get my Skate bottom to up to get right direction..)

Or it is cracked GoogleMap issune? Thanks!

btw, I am using 6.3.0

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ebus    2

battery performance is excellent

stick with adw as launcher

DONT install Go launcher!

it eats the battery

I have had over 6 days in standby with very occasional

usage

IMHO it also has the smoothest video playback of mp4

This is not my every day phone atm

soon will be though

BTW

Atomic is pretty good as well but I like the notification bar at the bottom of the screen

with soft buttons as well ( they are so convenient!) ,so I stick with Ice armor II atm ;)

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hacrn    0

battery performance is excellent

stick with adw as launcher

DONT install Go launcher!

it eats the battery

I have had over 6 days in standby with very occasional

usage

IMHO it also has the smoothest video playback of mp4

This is not my every day phone atm

soon will be though

BTW

Atomic is pretty good as well but I like the notification bar at the bottom of the screen

with soft buttons as well ( they are so convenient!) ,so I stick with Ice armor II atm ;)

thanks

one more thing, this rom use the cache on sd card? do i need to particionar the sd card?

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jikobutsu    312

Has the skipton bug been fixed ? I think it only applies if you are in th U.K the gps thinks you are located in skipton when you try to locate yourself in google maps.

Edited by jikobutsu

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ebus    2

Has the skipton bug been fixed ? I think it only applies if you are in th U.K the gps thinks you are located in skipton when you try to locate yourself in google maps.

when maps start its in skipton but once you press location it seems to be fine

apart from compass mode in street view doesnt work

:unsure:

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jikobutsu    312

when maps start its in skipton but once you press location it seems to be fine

apart from compass mode in street view doesnt work

:unsure:

It's the other way for me.

Maps has my location from the cell tower,but if I try to locate it uses the GPS and goes to skipton and does not move no matter how long I wait or how many times I repress locate.

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Ipecac9    7

Is there a changelog? I love Ice Armor II and hopefully and most likely I will love Ice Armor III even more smile.gif

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Titas    16

Is there any source code for this? I am trying to port it to the ZTE Crescent - it is very speedy :)

I hope someone has helped with this?? Desperate to get this on my Crescent/TMV !!

Btw kelzsoca - Luv the ROM & luv your choice of music too!! Will be downloading immediately for de-stressing purposes wink.gif

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Focuszing    0

Ice Armor III. COMING SOON!

1-2 days!

The first ROM I flashed to my phone. I'm very impressed with the speed, battery and layout, looking forward to trying V3.

Cheers.

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PejotA    3

This ROM is really one of the best .. I was using it since the beginning, but I give change to another, however, when you leave the Ice Armor 3 surely return. Great job!

:D:D:D

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xiaoyaoswim    74

kelsoza...hope it has the proximity bug fix? this was the only thing that was a bit annoying in IC1 and IC2..otherwise great work..

There is a working proximity calibrater built in the CM memu of Ice Armor

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kelzsoca    60

kelsoza...hope it has the proximity bug fix? this was the only thing that was a bit annoying in IC1 and IC2..otherwise great work..

No proximity bug, ZTE two proximity sensors use.

Name: Taos Proximity sensor

Vendor: Taos inc.

Version: 1

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Name: TSL2771 Proximity sensor

Vendor: Taos

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Proximity szenzor patch: link

There are two versions of the package

Recovery install!

After installing the package can not be calibrated!

Whose only install does not work after the calibration of the sensor!

Edited by kelzsoca

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