Pinguy

[ROM] Kickass Rom V1.1b [2.3.5] [Sep14]

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Yes,you will hear music ......

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Great! Thanks.

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Thanks for this wicked rom Pinguy. AOKP's 4.2.2 was being really slow and laggy, but this rom is super fast :):)

No issues so far, and i'm hoping it will stay that way :)

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I installed this and had problems with the accuracy of the touch screen. Anyone else noticed?

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The Tom's looks mouth watering thus I downloaded it along with the kernel for my SF II however i get the status 7 error when i try to install it I'm currently on raverrrs rls 8 fnc and its 2.3.5 as well as that my cement is version 4 something so please @pinguy. Anyone be helpful PLEASE

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The rom looks mouth watering thus I downloaded it along with the kernel for my SF II however i get the status 7 error when i try to install it I'm currently on raverrrs rls 8 fnc and its 2.3.5 as well as that my cwm is version 4 something so please @pinguy. Anyone be helpful PLEASE

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When you get eror just flash overclocked kernel and you are ready to go.

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Right thank you I will try that but it says installation aborted after installing the rom do I still flash the kernel on top?

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Yes,start normal flashing process amd when erorr pops up ignore it and flash kernel.It shoud boot..

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It didn't I just tried (all hail nandroid backup)

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Describe whole flashing proces step by step

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Describe whole flashing proces step by step

Make nandroid backup.

wipe data factory reset

Wipe cache partition

Wipe dalvik cache

Find rom from zip SD card

Install rom then kernel

Then reboot

Edited by Uchiha Madara
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Anyone? I've bloody well tried everything >_<

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Have you tried reformatting and positioning your sd card?

Also, have you tried using cwm 6 instead of 4?

Did you ever install any custom tpt before?

Does the error also appear if you:

1. Re download and install

2. Install a different rom

3.Install to a different sd card

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Liking this Rom alot, just one question.

Is it possible to remove entries from the settings menus?

I removed several programs but the links in the settings are still there and it bugs me.

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Liking this Rom alot, just one question.

Is it possible to remove entries from the settings menus?

I removed several programs but the links in the settings are still there and it bugs me.

Not without re-programming the rom I don't think. Why do you want to remove them? You barely see them.

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Just looking at trying this rom, on cm7 at the minute, I unzipped the rom and noticed that a2sd is included. I currently prefer to use mounts2sd as you can move cache and data to sd, but am worried there will be a conflict. Can anyone advise me if this is the case, and if so what files would I need to remove to erase a2sd?

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I think it's just a line of instruction in the init.d script.

Look up how to install a2sd and you should see what lines you need to delete from the file.

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