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OK, first: You need to change your attitude. If you root your phone and brick it, it's your own fault. You should face the consequences like a man. Being a positive and honest person will get you way longer in life. Second: I don't know that exact model, but I found a pretty much complete guide to rooting, flashing and so on at XDA for your model here. - ...


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It would be helpful to know if problem persists with other devices in same network. It sounds like problem might have something to do with router. Overheating? Thunder damage? You may try disable fastest WiFi n and ac speeds from router. This may improve internet speed and range in some problem routers.


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Try looking at this Removing files from & repackaging CyanogenMod ROM zip files. It doesnt deal with Odin, but provides you with valuable working information. You should be able to use an archive program on PC and recompress to .tar, .gz, and others. Dont forget to re-sign the archive. Keep a copy of your untouched ROM until you have the modified ROM ...


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Don't worry, the solution is pretty easy. Download Wugrfesh toolkit from here: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95747613655047107 Once you open the program, press "Flash stock + unroot" on the right side. Just follow the instructions and you'll do fine. Good luck :)


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The RAM and GPU definitely matter. You need to use a ROM where all the hardware matches, as well as the way it was configured by the manufacturer.


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Yep, that custom Rom has network issues. You need to get a script that you flash with cwm. Then you will able to use your SIM card. Or else try other Rom.


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So late to answer a question like this, still: For all non-advanced users who want to root their Defy and install custom ROMS, first refer this article. It says all about you want to know about Defy before torturing it :D But don't worry, it is almost impossible to brick the mighty Defy, so feel free to experiment.


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It's the custom ROM but it may not be the ROM itself. Most of the times it is the kernel that comes with the ROM that is most influential. But, it is possible that the ROM has a feature or two that is draining the battery. Also, since it is an S4 I have to ask, is it a Samsung ROM or AOSP? Because AOSP is so much different that usually because it is not the ...


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No, you can't run the Indian ROM. Both are different chipsets, and forcing it might brick your device. Many users requested the SHW-M180S Firmware. I have uploaded it here. It is only for the SHW-M180S tablet.


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Root wasn't needed,but I first tried to uninstall system apps to make the system faster, but there wasn't a really huge difference. I had to unlock the bootloader to flash recovery (TWRP), and now I have a custom ROM on (AOSPA 4.6).


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To add to above how exactly zipalign works - In an Android operating environment, data files stored in each application package are accessed by multiple processes, for example, the installer will read the data manifest to determine the associated permissions; the system server can read these resources for multiple reasons, like displaying notifications; ...


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The unlocking the bootloader and installing a custom recovery is a one time procedure, for future updates you just need to flash the zip file and you are good to go. Having said that, since you feel it is a risky complicated procedure, in case you have a phone that is mentioned on this Page then the whole process becomes a lot more simpler and opaque to you! ...


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Nope unlock bootloader and installing CWM is one time (unless you want to update the Recovery) Update or install Zip file it via Custom Recovery



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