orb3000 · Jan 22, 2012 at 02:00 pm

First Custom ROM For Galaxy R

Owners of the Samsung Galaxy R i9103, today is your lucky day as XDA Senior Member eaglerazor123 is presenting the first custom ROM for such device. The ROM is Based on DKK5 with Stock Kernel and includes the following goodies:

Deodexed
Zipaligned
Added Epic4g Touch Launcher
No SMS Log
Auto EFS Backup
Auto Zip align at every boot
Added sqlite.so & Sqlite_ini.so from ICS
Added App Process and System Server from ICS
CM7 Music App & DSP Manager
Torch
Google Music
Build Prop Tweaks

Senior Member eaglerazor123 presents this as the first attempt at a ROM for this device so some bugs may be present. For that it´s important that you leave your feed back so future versions are corrected.

Continue on to the ROM thread, and happy flashing!


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