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The Incredible Kangaroo
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#include <std_disclaimer.h>
* Your warranty is now void.
* I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
* thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
* do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
* before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if
* you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.



The goal of Omni is to experiment with Android development because we enjoy it. Omni isn't better, just different. It's another option for the billion Android users out there. Android (vs. iOS and every other mobile OS) has thrived on options as well as the gigantic, talented development community that has emerged to build those options. That's the beauty of Android - that you can pick and choose from a smorgasbord of devices with varying features and functionality.

Omni is a chance to get involved, no matter who you are. Developers, whether you've been developing apps for a week, or ROM features for 3 years, you're welcome. Users, we know you want to help out, and now you can - Omni actively encourages bug reports and feature requests, which can be added to our publicly accessible roadmap. What's the point in giving you a ROM, and forcing you to not tell us about any bugs you find?

We also recognize how people use Custom ROMs - we're all custom ROM users and developers ourselves - the argument that "nightlies are not for end users" is over-used, and no longer valid. We've found that the vast majority of users want to get nightly updates to their ROM. For that reason, nightlies aren't a playground - nightlies are for new features that are finished. You should be able to expect the same stability and reliability from a nightly as you would from a "release" ROM, and can report any bugs that prevent this from happening.

We know not everyone wants to update their ROM daily, and you are free to update as frequently or infrequently as you like. Omni is about flexibility and giving users what they expect - and we are excited to see where the community goes with it.

Installation instructions

-- Requires S-OFF
* -- Download ROM and GApps (optional)
* -- Coming from some other ROM? WIPE ALL THE THINGS (system and factory reset; don't have to wipe storage/internal)
* -- Flash ROM
* -- Flash GApps (optional)


[note] Always review OmniROM's merged gerrit.
Upcoming changelog -- XXXXXXXX
Current changelog: -- 20131229
[new] -- Goo Manager OTA support
Older changelogs:

[fixed] -- Access VZW apps in the Play Store
[changed] -- Updated 4.3 fingerprint
[fixed] -- No longer shows Roaming on Verizon
[new] -- Initial UNOFFICIAL release

-- [Q] I have a question...
-- [A] Go ahead, and ask...
-- [Q] I have found a bug that needs squashed. How do I report it?
-- [A] If it's m7vzw specific, please post here. Also be sure to include a logcat.
Thanks To/Credits

* The OmniROM Project
* The CyanogenMod Project
* The Android Open Source Project

[ROM][4.4.2][M7VZW][UNOFFICIAL] OmniROM, a ROM for the Verizon HTC One

ROM OS Version: 4.4.x KitKat
ROM Kernel: Linux 3.4.x

Version Information
Status: Testing

Created 2013-12-18

The Incredible Kangaroo
679 Posts
Discussion Starter · #3 ·
New build up. Since Omni forked my device tree, I can begin my deviation away from merged/official. First on the list, is now the ROM has OTA from Goo Manager, so you don't always have to check back here or on the download site for new builds. Just install the Goo Manager app from the Play Store, and use it to check for updates.
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