Glicerck

AOSP Mod for stock Rom's (Need Help to fix)

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Hi everybody.

The user Davek_7 made an AOSP Mod for Y300/G510 months ago, but bought a new phone and stopped developing.

I found the link and tried it. works fine but it have some bugs that i think would be easily fixed..

Link: https://mega.co.nz/#...2lc3mp8H8NJxqNE

Bugs i've seen:

-In some notifications, the background is a white microphone. Dont know why.

-In settings, doesn`t show all the battery stats.

-Mounts sd card as secondary storage. (removing and replacing the sd card everytime you boot the phone it recognizes the sd as primary storage)

-The grey-black gradient in settings only is enabled when ''force gpu acceleration'' is enabled in developer settings.

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If you detect more bugs, report them in this thread,

All credits to davek_7

Edited by Glicerck
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Sound interesting, I am looking for a AOSP looking stock based ROM until there is stable CM version. Could you clarify about SD card, what is "easily fix changing it in the build.prop", relacing SD card every time you boot does not sound good.

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hey version is this? 4.2?

*facepalm* nevermind... its a mod... not an AOSP itself... I wish we had a real AOSP.. zero bloat : )... and run benchmarks on it

Edited by MadHatterRyu
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Does anyone know when a CM will be available for Huawei Ascend? I'm sorry if this is the dumbest thing one have ever heard but I just got my first android phone and I have no experience. If anyoane can explain me diferent things about rooting via PM this would be great.

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Up! i hope there's someone who can fix it.

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