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    Default SOKP ROM - 4.4.2 - Weekly - AT&T G2 (D800)

    SOKP (Sonic Open Kang Project) ROM for AT&T G2 (D800)

    Based on CM 11, PA, Slim, Bean Stalk, AOKP, Chameleon
    Fully functional weekly build

    Best ROM I've used so far. Amazing battery life, enhanced audio and video quality, and improved multitasking. Great work done by Sonic-Developers.

    SOKP has tons of UI and performance features (too many to list). Check out list of features on xda thread.
    [LG G2 D800● KK 4.4.2][SOKP》》SONIC OPEN KANG PROJECT][AIO][Weekly Builds] - xda-developers

    *Also available for international variant (D802)*

    Optional addons (Lenovo Super Camera app, Sony apps from Xperia Z2, etc.) are available from the Sonic-Developers site.
    http://sonic-developers.com/

    Follow the instructions on xda thread and enjoy this amazing ROM

    DISCLAIMER: FLASH AT YOUR OWN RISK
    I'M NOT RESPONSIBLE IF YOU BRICK YOUR PHONE

    All thanks, credit and donations go to Team Sonic-Developers
    Sonic-Developers | Sonic-Developers
    D800 SOKP Xda thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2728703
    SOKP Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sonic...93885310753066
    AudioGod Twitter https://twitter.com/AudioGodSOKP
    SOKP G+ https://plus.google.com/104981593832491061646/posts
    Last edited by SactoKingsFan; 05-05-2014 at 02:52 AM.
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    Default Re: SOKP ROM - 4.4.2 - Weekly - AT&T G2 (D800)

    Milestone 1 build of SOKP now available at Sonic Developers site.

    New Features List
    Change LogSonic-Developers | Sonic-Developers
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    Default Re: SOKP ROM - 4.4.2 - Weekly - AT&T G2 (D800)

    Interesting, I've been thinking of flashing a ROM onto my G2 and I've been looking around for which one I should try to flash (it'd be my first flash so I'd be able to screw it up with extreme ease ) is it like cyanogenmod? (stock android with add-ons) or like a custom "what the **** is that phone running!?" ROM?

    And also can it be done without a PC? (some one in my family decided since the virus software was out dated that they should install some random free virus protection... So now I'm not connecting my phone to it in fear it'll copy a virus and transfer it to my phone)
    Thanks for any reply and sorry for the extremely long post!

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    Default Re: SOKP ROM - 4.4.2 - Weekly - AT&T G2 (D800)

    SOKP is better than Cyanogenmod if you want a ton of features and customization options. It's based on a bunch of different ROMs. Looks like stock Android if you added a bunch of mods and customization options.

    You might prefer Cyanogenmod if you want something simple and can't flash from computer. ROM toolbox has a ROM installer where you can download and install ROMs without a computer. Last time I checked CM, Carbon, Pac-Man, Vanir and AOKP were available.

    I suggest making a full nandroid backup in custom recovery just in case something goes wrong.

    Sent from my G2 running SOKP
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    Sounds nice I'd probably prefer AOKP then I've already got a ton of modules running so I'd probably be a bit bored with cyanogenmod. I've already got a back up in twrp and all my important stuff like pictures and apps backed up with titanium back up so that's all taken care of.

    Is it possible to download the ROM off the Internet in zip form and flashing it through flashify? SOKP ROM - 4.4.2 - Weekly - AT&T G2 (D800)-20587.jpg

    Or would the classic way be the better way (ROM manager, factory resisting, clearing the caches [all of them or only a select few?] and then flashing ROM?

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