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ZTE V967S (Impressions, Root, Recovery, Rom...)

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Carliv made last updates his 967S roms:

Max Inception (V2): http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2537170

Max Flavour (V5):  http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2419456

Max Blue (V2): http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2547235

 

I get FC both Max Flavour and Max Inception with SIM-toolkit, everything else works fine.

Edited by Yrmiö

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Yeah its a good rom. Hopefully development for this phone will continue. Shame ZTE will never release KitKat for it.

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Sim toolkit never worked for me. I even dont know what its for.

 

As far as I know stk.apk is an Android app which somehow integrates with optional (?) capabilities implemented on the carrier's SIM.

In my case it displayed nothing (or maybe FC'd - can't remember) until I put my SIM in.

Once the SIM was intalled it gave access to SIM/carrier features such as Balance Check, Voicemail, Help etc.

It's far from essential with my carrier and I normally freeze or remove it.

Edited by dalyer

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For those looking for a good camera, there is a Color OS rom from Gacama

Bodija - a user from croatian PCE forum reported that the camera app in this rom is better than

in any other rom he tried...

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Ok i flashed Color Os. Its beautiful but the most laggy rom i tryed. Even after removing bunch of apps.

Also camera says its 13mpix and 1080p but its not. It still.makes 5mpix photos and 720p videos.

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