Former Writer · Nov 6, 2012 at 10:00 pm

Team Liquid Releases RC7 ROM for 7 Devices

It’s always fun to see AOSP-derived, source-built ROMs released for a variety of devices at once. Whether it’s for five devices or for 14 devices, large scale releases mean that if you upgrade, you may be able to run the same ROM you’re already familiar with.

Team Liquid has recently released RC7 of their AOSP ROM to seven devices. The last time we talked about them, it was their RC3 release. The devices that got the release include both versions of the Galaxy Nexus, the Nexus 7, and all versions of the Galaxy S III except for Verizon’s.

The ROM has undergone a variety of changes. Here are a few of the highlights along with the Team Liquid members responsible for each:

◘ Added Navbar widgets/Resizable Navar Widgets – Zaphod-Beeblebrox

◘ Custom navbar targets for tablets/Tabui – Stevespear426

◘ Addded group mms threading – viekvanasani

◘ UI overhaul including Lockscreen Shortcut Bugfixed and power widget fixes – Danesh

◘ Added special Paranoid Android Sauce – Credit Paranoid Android

◘ Added USB Mass torage support for tablet mode – DAGr8

◘ SystemUI-Fix menu button in landscape – Zaphod-Beeblebrox

◘ Fix H+ and add new navbar widget icon – kwes1020

◘ “Death by subtlety” aka updated holo pngs – ToxicThunder

◘ SystemUI: Recents Ram Bar – Stevespear426

◘ Security hole fix (prevent logging of lock pattern) – CM

◘ Added home button unlock option – invisibleK

◘ Bugfix for samsung usb dock events – StevenHarperUK

◘ Make toggles hidable – Stevespear426

◘ Add setting to allow haptic feedback on toggle press -gdanko

◘ COMPLETE SETTINGS LAYOUT/ICON OVERHAUL – ToxicThunder

◘ Added support for wired headset detection – Sudhir Sharma

◘ Fix for UI LockUP with headset insert/removal – Ravi Kumar Alamanda

◘ Show more info during boot dialog (i.e. “package _ of _ is being optimized”) – JbirdVegas

◘ Fix NFC Toggle not working if it was not on @ boot – sethyx

◘ Huge Liquid Splasher overhaul including strings/summaries, layouts – Liquid0624

◘ KT747 10/28 kernel and Ktweaker for D2xxx U.S. builds – Ktoonsez

◘ Leankernel 4.5.0 for toro, maguro – Imoseyon

◘ Leankernel 0.3 for grouper – Imoseyon

Check out the release threads by XDA Recognized Developer toxicthunder below:


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