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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by edgeez25, Jan 28, 2013.

  1. Hunter5

    Hunter5 Android Enthusiast

    Did the full install and everything went well. I know that I have always had good battery life but I had to share this. Don't care if you are a heavy or lite user, I have never seen this. Not sure if I have the battery Gods on my side or what! LOL!

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  2. Marty_Since87

    Marty_Since87 Android Expert

    Same thing happened to me :laugh:

    Question, most likely stupid but can I use the 100% volume mod on any android device?
  3. Marty_Since87

    Marty_Since87 Android Expert

    That's cool. I'm a ultra super heavy user My phone never stays on 100% for more than 5 minutes.
  4. alexandroid5

    alexandroid5 Android Enthusiast

    No. I think its probably safe to try on any touchwiz ROM but not AOSP or Sense or any other variant of android
  5. 1iwilly

    1iwilly Android Enthusiast

    has anybody tested this rom with stock kernel and the kernel it comes with. any advantages.??? thanks
  6. kungfu411

    kungfu411 Android Enthusiast

    yea no service
  7. 1iwilly

    1iwilly Android Enthusiast

    with stock or the one supply from he developer.???
  8. Hunter5

    Hunter5 Android Enthusiast

    A little off topic but I was wondering which version everyone is running, Full ROM or Debloated? I have always flashed the debloated version and was thinkng about flashing the Full rom but was wondering what the advantages were if any. Thanks in advance for any feedback.
  9. kungfu411

    kungfu411 Android Enthusiast

    I've always run Debloat as well I don't like a lot of apps that i'm not even using nor care for running

    Download the Debloated Removed Apps Zip

  10. morgankslade

    morgankslade Android Expert

    Can anyone help me with this:
    How do I change themes via Goodness App?
    Or is there a tutorial on Goodness?
  11. jahunt78

    jahunt78 Well-Known Member

    I download and flash them
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  12. morgankslade

    morgankslade Android Expert

    That is what I was doing.
    I thought maybe there was a way to install through the ROM. You seem to be able to do a lot of other things on here.

    I really like this one. Thanks Guys.
  13. Marty_Since87

    Marty_Since87 Android Expert

    I'm proud of myself today.

  14. cheric951

    cheric951 Newbie

    Wow what do you do or have? Mine only lasts around 9 and a half hours
  15. Marty_Since87

    Marty_Since87 Android Expert

    I didn't use my phone as heavily as I usually do :D. On a regular day of my heavy usage I get 4 hours :(
  16. Marty_Since87

    Marty_Since87 Android Expert

    I was going to give it a try on carbon rom just to see.
  17. cheric951

    cheric951 Newbie

  18. Marty_Since87

    Marty_Since87 Android Expert

  19. Marty_Since87

    Marty_Since87 Android Expert

    So I tried the volume increase for carbon rom for the hell of it and my sounds vanished lol.
  20. hazeleyeys69

    hazeleyeys69 Well-Known Member

    yup thats what happens in any non touchwiz rom you flash it too,everything does work at first but for some reasone whenever you try to make a call all the sound vanishes
  21. Marty_Since87

    Marty_Since87 Android Expert

    I learned my lesson even though I was told not to.
  22. mike28

    mike28 Android Expert

    Did the sound ever came back for you?
  23. vewdew

    vewdew Newbie

    Just installed this rom today and everything went well. My first Metropcs flash, I have done many on sprint and T-Mobile so I am experienced when it comes to flashing.

    I got it all working and I think I am in love with it :)
  24. Marty_Since87

    Marty_Since87 Android Expert

    Nope, after all the zips a flashed lol. I just came back to Goodness <3 the same day.

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