Fix For Deodexed Browser On The SGS2
As anyone following Galaxy S 2 custom ROMs may know, there is an issue affecting the performance of the deodexed browser. Our developers have worked around this issue using older versions of the Browser application for a few weeks now, in order to retain performance whilst not sacrificing the customisation potential of the deodexed ROM.
But now, XDA Moderator pulser_g2
has managed to fix the bug plaguing the browser, and restore proper performance to the KF2 (latest European) version of the browser, while retaining any improvements made by Samsung to their original browser application.
You can download the update into your system using VRTweaks on VillainROM 1.4, and you can see this post
for more information on installing it.
Special thanks for this article go to pulser_g2.
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