Incubus26Jc’s Super Eclair Updated
Porting Android builds to our devices has very rapidly become as much common practice, as cooking newer versions of WM for our devices. We have many flavors to choose from in this box of sweet little Android treats.
Now, to make us even more addicted to flashing Android to WM, xda member incubus26jc has released an update for his Super Eclair Lite build. As with most roms, trial and error leads to a better OS, and this is not the exception. There is a long list of improvements for this build, which will make the use of the Android on Vogue a very pleasurable experience.
RLS 4 Features
- Fixed Voice Search
- Fixed Live Wallpapers
- Fixed Apps2sd, Compcache, Home app in Memory ect..
- Fixed Standard Launcher Force Close
- Added Kaiser Wifi Support (Sencond Attempt)
- Added Linux Sd Mount Support (Thanks Myn)
- Added New Notification Bar with New Battery
- Added Dialer1 App
- Added New Boot Animation
- Added Astro, CorpCal, Terminal Emulator
- Lots of Bug Fixes
You can follow the development of the build in the application thread.
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