April 14th, 2017
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RELEASE for S3 Mini
Resurrection Remix 7.1.1

First stable release (20170414) of Resurrection Remix 7.1 for S3 Mini is available!

Please, test it and report any bugs!

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

Do full backup before installation and wipe data/cache (factory reset) after installation if you don’t updating from CM/RR.

You can get it on our DOWNLOAD page.

Changelog:

  • fixed stability of download server
  • fixed all issues with sticking on bootlogo
  • full f2fs support – /system, /data, /cache
  • prerooted – you don’t have to root device by yourself
  • fixed issues with ODIN packages unzip
  • huge stability improvements
  • /system default filesystem is f2fs for better performance
  • full GPU acceleration
  • much better performance – (look at animations right now)
  • ODIN package update

Features

  • RIL (phone/SMS/3G)
  • audio (both speakers/headphones/microphone)
  • Wi-fi
  • Bluetooth 4.0 with LE support A2DP
  • GPS/Glonass/A-GPS
  • sensors
  • compass
  • camera (taking photos and videos)
  • video playing
  • 2D/3D HW Acceleration
  • all native tethers (Wifi/BT/USB)
  • Google Play
  • CPU sleep mode
  • MTP
  • ADB
  • no tearing
  • tripple buffering
  • external storage
  • f2fs filesystem support
  • offline charging

Issues

  • some of UI animations could be a bit smoother (WIP)

Shouts to Meticulu, ChronoMonochrome and 3liteking148 for Nougat compatibility patches

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.

7 Responses
  • Emrullah says:

    i cant boot, i install via odin. before the flash i delete all /system /data vs and make f2fs.

  • TuraMDQ says:

    SD card not detected

    • Dirk Heinrichs says:

      Same here.

      • Dirk Heinrichs says:

        … but works in Recovery.

        • Dirk Heinrichs says:

          OK, updated to 20170417, which imroved the situation a bit. The SD card is detected now, but it wants to initialize it all the time. It also does so using FAT only. After that, the card can be browsed in file manager, but it’s not usable otherwise. For example, downloads with Chrome fail because it doesn’t find the SD card.

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