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[PORT][ICS][4.0.4] Blade III - INFUSION Hybrid

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Just an idea. Thought because of the hardware similarities it could be "easily" ported. And the ZTE-style ICS seemed a bit faster on the Blade3 than the stock 4.0.3 rom on G300. The stock Blade III roms can be found here: http://firmware.pp.ua/ I used the Israel ROM as base (it was the newest when i found the page), deodex, then changed some necessary files from the Infusion (B07). I followed this tutorial: http://apcmag.com/po...roid-device.htm

NOT working yet (at all. a bit disappointed, i'm just a beginner, don't hurt please :) if someone has affinity to make it work, then the stage is yours! :D Any advice is welcomed. )

download: 12.08 - first try https://www.box.com/...kzp1ubj2v0q0djo

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Just throwing it out there: the ZTE N880E has come in handy for CM10 on the G300 too (for updated props and such).

You might have an easier time porting from that. It has everything, 4.0, 4.1 and 4.2.

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Thanks, will look after it. But first i wanna try this to boot up.

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Any progress made on this ROM? I'm interested as it seems a A ZTE Blade III sourced 4.0.4 would give better performance than the 4.0.3 available to G300 units. Hence it would be a great base ROM for other packages to sit on top of it (eg: Telsa or Emotion UI).

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Doesn't look like it. FWIW, Baidu is available for G300 and is 4.0.4 based.

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