July 8th, 2014
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RELEASE for S3 Mini
SlimROM 4.4.4

New release (20140708) of SlimROM 4.4.2 for S3 Mini is available!

For flashing KitKat, we recommend you to install our TWRP recovery (available on Download page)!

If you want to say thanks by donating us using PayPal, feel free ;-)

Do full backup before installation and wipe data/cache (factory reset) after installation (only from stock ROM).

If you’re updating from older CM10.1/10.2/11.0 version or migrating from Oliver’s CM, you don’t have to perform a wipe!

You can get it on our DOWNLOAD page.

Changelog:

  • SlimROM sources update
  • fixed deep sleep issues
  • faster boot
  • better battery managment when BLN is enabled
  • updated toolchains
  • Calculator app bugfixes
  • battery stats should be more accurate right now
  • back to normal BT config
  • fixed minor issues with audio while using DSP Manager
  • headers update
  • build tree update and cleanup
  • Odin package update

Features

  • 2D/3D HW Acceleration
  • audio (both speakers/headphones/microphone)
  • GPS and A-GPS – fast fix getting
  • Glonass navigation
  • compass
  • sensors
  • Wi-fi
  • Bluetooth 4.0 with LE support A2DP
  • all native tethers (Wifi/BT/USB)
  • Google Play
  • SlimROM functionallity
  • CPU sleep mode
  • MTP
  • ADB
  • no tearing
  • tripple buffering
  • YouTube HQ
  • Wifi direct
  • 3.0.101 kernel
  • external storage
  • full f2fs support – the best filesystem for Android (tutorial here!)
  • native 64GB+ sdcard support (exFAT)
  • camera
  • video playing
  • SELinux (temporary disabled)
  • BLN (backlight notifications) support
  • offline charging
  • auto EFS backup
  • New BT/GPS/offline charging/sensors drivers – no longer buggy Samsung’s ones!
  • built using NovaTP GCC4.9 toolchain
  • no 1GHz bug
  • also flashable via Odin

Issues

  • none

I’d be glad, if you shared links to our download page, instead of direct links to download.
Also would be great, if you wouldn’t create the mirrors ;-)
Thanks.
If you want to say thanks by donating us using PayPal, feel free ;-)

21 Responses
  • Yoniverh says:

    come on!!! PAC!!!

  • Emalude says:

    Thaaanks!!

  • Land Cruiser says:

    Thanks!
    I like SlimRom. It has some little diseases yet, but I prefer SlimRom to the Carbon now.

  • ezail says:

    how to enable BLN? Please help

  • Yoniverh says:

    how do i install it?? lot of people say you need a special version of gapps and that you need to use CWM recovery..

  • erikbotta says:

    slimrom+ART+f2fs – for me really very good experience for the first week of use.

  • Drew Wesley says:

    SlimROM 4.3 was the most stable of these custom roms when I used them. I’m back to stock rom but anticipate this one to be the best. Does this rom have the random reboot issue?

  • FoReNeo says:

    slim rom 6.4!!!!

  • shakaal says:

    I’m currently on carbon 4.4.4, I was wondering how is the battery life on slim, thanks in advance

  • Nemoo says:

    the battery keeps much more then in Carbon. I’ve got 75% juice left in it after 23 hours. I’ve not did to much with the phone though, just install 2-3 apps from the play store, checked the mail for a few times, 3 phone calls, not more then 15 min in total and received 1 sms. The wifi was off except when I was need it to check the mail and use the play store.

  • Nemoo says:

    not had any problem so far. Many thanks to the developers. By the way, do anyone know where I can see the history of cpu usage and frequency used by each app? Or can recommend an app for that?

  • Parasoi says:

    still have clockfreeze sometime. really anyoing :(

  • Olli says:

    Hey Cool ROM. Use it for over a week now. No clock freezes after clearing dalvik cache from twrp263. Great battery management – 6% in 3 hours with mostly on standby. I like this one better than cmod11.

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