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[GUIDE] HOW TO PORTO LEWA OS ON ACER LIQUID METAL

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Followed the guide and got Lewa Rom working on Acer Liquid MT.

Based on CM7.24 by davidevinavil (credit)

and Lewa rom built for ZTE Blade.

Heres the link if anyone wants to try it. (No support, at your own risk)

http://www.mediafire...06mycq79bel8mbj

Everything seems to work except FM radio as in CM7.

If you ask me its like a poor mans version of MIUI. :)

You will also have to flash Gapps

http://www.mediafire...i7pnbqg2cltfug8

If any devs want to have a play with it then their welcome.

Make a Nandroid backup first. (you know it makes sense)

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Thank

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I compiled it too :)

I think, personaly, that it's usless to use it because it's realy the same as miui (with some little differences).

If people wan't it i can port it each week for liquid mt and set it on http://lfdesigns.tk but i realy don't think it is usefull to do it.

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I compiled it too :)

I think, personaly, that it's usless to use it because it's realy the same as miui (with some little differences).

If people wan't it i can port it each week for liquid mt and set it on http://lfdesigns.tk but i realy don't think it is usefull to do it.

I agree it's not really much use. I just posted it so people could try it.

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which version of lewa? the M1 contains malware .. in code

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I compiled it too :)

I think, personaly, that it's usless to use it because it's realy the same as miui (with some little differences).

If people wan't it i can port it each week for liquid mt and set it on http://lfdesigns.tk but i realy don't think it is usefull to do it.

Lewa OS only support chinese and english as miui?

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Yes but you can make language packs for miui :) If you have a question about miui or want a language pack => http://lfdesigns.tk/forum

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Yes but you can make language packs for miui :) If you have a question about miui or want a language pack => http://lfdesigns.tk/forum

Then I prefer MIUI, that has more features :P I will like make the spanish language pack, but I have not problem with english language :)

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