* TWRP recovery (see the dedicated thread)
* Clean: it doesn't include any extra apk (only minimum base system + gapps) so the end user has full control over it
* De-odexed & zipaligned
* Pre-rooted with SuperSu
* Full market access (regional restrictions can't be avoided in any case) + spoofed as SGSIII
* Init.d support
* Ad-block through hosts file
* Build.prop tweaks
* Just copy the ROM's zip to the internal (or external) MicroSD.
* Boot into TWRP
* Under "Wipe" menu do a "Factory reset". If you're updating from a previous "ZeniThink Different" release you can just wipe "Cache" and "Dalvik Cache" (You can do it just after flashing the new zip, touching the "Wipe cache / dalvik cache" button).
* Flash the ROM's zip.
* Now you can reboot and enjoy your new ROM.
Download links and changelog
* Based on 1220 "R13.4-beta"
* Based on 1224 "R13.4-beta"
* This firmware doesn't support mass-storage mode, if you don't like MTP you can export your internal memory with some simple commands (type them as root from "adb shell" or from an app like "terminal emulator" / "connectbot")
setprop persist.sys.usb.config mass_storage,adb [the prompt will close if you were using "adb shell", open it again; btw this command can be typed just the first time you're going to use mass-storage because it won't be lost after a reboot] echo "/dev/block/vold/179:4" > /sys/class/android_usb/android0/f_mass_storage/lun/file
When you're done just type
echo "" > /sys/class/android_usb/android0/f_mass_storage/lun/file
In next releases I'll create a script called "mass-storage" that will accept an "on|off" parameter and will do exactly this thing
* Kernel is still immature, specially regarding battery report. Hopefully ZT will fix it or (it'd be better) if they'll release full source code (android and kernel) I'll start developing CM / AOKP ROMs.
* This Freescale SOC has different maximum frequencies according to how many cores are in use. After a reboot (unless you changed it with the "System profiles app" app) it will use 2 cores. You shouldn't change it because it performs *better* in dual core mode instead of quad core, do an "Antutu" or "Quadrant" benchmark and see it for yourself...
Anyway these are the maximum frequencies allowed:
1 core -> 1.2 GHz 2 cores -> 1.0 GHz 4 cores -> 0.8 GHz
Overall performance is ~50% less than dual core's Amlogic 8726-MX SOC.
This post has been edited by Christian Troy: 11 January 2013 - 07:05 AM