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  1. I've found this mirror to the 15/01/2015 release: http://www.mediafire.com/download/l4273ljssshnf5n/AOSP_MOD_G330_(15.01.2015).zip Enjoy :)
  2. I asked the rom developer about it. I'll post a link if he replies.
  3. Thanks. Do you also have the 15/01/2015 version?
  4. Download link in first port still not working. Any mirror to the previous release, anyway (15/01/2015)?
  5. I'm using that version, I'm not experiencing random reboots, HW Acceleration works (at least in MX Player, keep in mind that it also depends on the video being played) and I have more ram compared to AOSP MOD rom (I haven't tested CM10.1 by fonz93).
  6. Thanks, I first had to enable Root access from Developer options.
  7. I've flashed Slim-u8833-4.4.4.build.9.0.20141229-CHIL360.zip but it looks like there is no app to manage superuser permissions. Is it normal?
  8. Links in first post don't seem to work. Can I have a mirror to the 15/01/2015 version?
  9. I'm sorry to hear that someone abandoned the idea of gapps-free with this rom. Well I'm doing experiments on my own, hoping to not destroy the world :P Anyway I still need answers to the many questions I asked :D
  10. I'm doing some experiments with this rom. More precisely, I removed all gapps and related libs. The only downside, in my experience, is the breaking of push notifications. I've found this project which tries implementing gapps services but everything is open source: http://forum.xda-developers.com/android/apps-games/app-microg-gmscore-floss-play-services-t3217616 The requirements are 4.4+ rom (there are people saying it works even on 4.1+ roms, so I got this requirement) and a particular patch which implements the signature faking. Does AOSP MOD rom comprise this patch? EDIT: I'd also like to know what apps are removable (without facing problems) before flashing the rom. What should I do if I want to add some of my favourite apks? Do I just have to add the files into some app folder or have I to make some scripts? Packages I'd like to remove (or replace with others) are: Nova Launcher -> Smart Launcher Viper4Android I can't remember others at the moment :) But probably the same rules apply to lot of apks. Am i forced to remove/replace some apks AFTER the rom has been flashed? Some more links about the gapps-free stuff: https://fralef.me/using-android-without-google-apps.html https://github.com/microg/android_packages_apps_GmsCore/wiki/Building http://android.izzysoft.de/articles/named/android-without-google-5a
  11. I removed my sd card to put it into my pc, then I plugged it into the phone again but now Android won't set it as default storage anymore. How can I make it as default storage again? I can't do it in Storage settings.
  12. I got 0 Google Accounts syncing, but I got Telegram, Dropbox and Whatsapp syncing contacts. The thing is, you got hundreds of calls to those routines (or whatever those are), and you got lower measurements in time (I got 1h48m of Event Log Service with only x16 calls, for example. the same applies to the next in the list). My stats are from 8 hours of battery data, apparently (at least in wakelock detector), while your data comes from more time, also. I'm not sure yet that my situation is normal :( but thanks for your time!
  13. So you got too the "Event Log Service" and "GCM_CONN_ALARM" on top of your list? Those two look like they are up so much time. :wacko:
  14. Hi, is it normal to have Google Play Services active like that? It keeps my phone awake a lot of time.
  15. I confirm that. :) I unlocked the bootloader, flashed the recovery (TWRP 2.8.5.0), then booted into the recovery and mounted the USB storage. I transferred the rom zip into the internal storage, ejected the device from the pc and unmounted the partition from the recovery. I then wiped everything except "internal storage" and I installed the rom. It is very cool :) The personalizations like the theme, the Slim Center, Guard, Blocklists etc are unique.

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