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    ResurrectionRemix (MM)

    Android : 6.0.1 Marshmallow with CMTE & RR extra functions Kernel : 3.18.19 How to flash? Download the ROM from the link above Put the zip files on your SDCard Reboot in Recovery Perform Wipe All Preflash (system, cache, data, dalvik) Select "Install zip from SDCard" Choose ROM zip file Flash Wipe Cache & Dalvik Cache Reboot system Bugs: Can’t capture foto with back camera Trying to fix; If success ..will upload a patch.... Download link: https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0B4QYYH0hH9eBaG5JcTZQbjYyQm8&export=download
  2. Recovery : https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzZ-yk_aaaoFTUVxNlJGSU5vR1U/view?usp=sharing Flashing App : http://www.apkmirror.com/apk/christian-gollner/flashify/flashify-1-9-2-release/flashify-1-9-2-android-apk-download/
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    PussyFap BY Pial Rahman (Thinker Dev BD)

    Thanks bro you can use font size changer apk file bro no bro their is not a such type of bug
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    Custom Recovery

    How to Install ; 1st download and install this apps http://www8.zippyshare.com/v/pqLDpS5F/file.html then open and see that there is a option Flash recovery select it and touch choose a file . finally select the
  5. Enjoy unlimited theme... to your primo Nx3 and get new look... Download this 2 apps 1. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BymBizSDhmUbaGVoWnlZV0dGVzA/view?usp=docslist_api 2. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BymBizSDhmUbLVMwM3Q0OWFUMUk/view?usp=docslist_api
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    PussyFap BY Pial Rahman (Thinker Dev BD)

    ভাই যা বà§à¦à¦¿à¦¸ না তাই নিয়া কথা বলিস না, à¦à¦‡à¦Ÿà¦¾ #Slim_Fresh kon andaje re vai? R Ki sob bujlam na re Vai Rom.like hy na to ki!! Porer hye দালালি করতে আসার তো কোন দরকার নাই,#aita #PussyFap Rom.. slim fress na
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    PussyFap BY Pial Rahman (Thinker Dev BD)

    na age rom flash krben trpor patch bro.........
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    PussyFap BY Pial Rahman (Thinker Dev BD)

    This is for Walton H3.. You can port any to mtk6582 Phone
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    PussyFap BY Pial Rahman (Thinker Dev BD)

    Have u any knowledge about port?
  10. Bro ss dear smy paini, very soon dia dbo
  11. I cannot solve this because I'm in Bangladesh... From ur stoke rom U can change lib/etc files i hope,it will work
  12. ♥Screenshot: ★Rom Link : https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1MZ9RfzXdJBVjgyXy1xS096SDg/edit?usp=docslist_api ♣Recovery Link : https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-htMuFao0tOLW44Skw4dHo0NE0/view?pli=1 ♠Root Link : https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1j3qQ60quzTdjVoMjVnS3JIRXpOMXY3QU9aUHJzaVVNWXIw/view •Features • 1 Sim 3G • Latest Miui Multi-Laguages rom • 4.4.2 KitKat • Camera Like Stoke JB • Miui Launcher,themes store and many more • Viper Added • now u can buy paid themes without Micredits • Miui official features: General While the MIUI 5 was based on Android 4.2 (all the way up to 4.4.2), the MIUI 6 is based on Android 4.4.4. The MIUI 6 is flat all the way down to the core (including icons, buttons as well as bundled apps) and comes with a new animations set as compared to its predecessor. It is certainly way better looking than MIUI 5. The UI appears better-looking than stock Android KitKat, however, Lollipop is a clear winner in terms of overall look and feel. And yes, the MIUI 6 will remind you of iOS 7 on more than one count. Lock screen Xiaomi has greatly simplified the lock screen and done away with the circle toggle that was used to drag around to access basic features in MIUI 5. Instead of having to pull down on the circle, you can just swipe up to unlock the device in MIUI 6. The simplicity however comes at a price, in that the lock screen is no longer as dynamic as it was in MIUI 5. There is no longer an option to add widgets to the lock screen. Unread notifications do however show up on the lower end of the screen, and tapping on it leads you straight to the concerned app. Swiping left across the lock screen in MIUI 6 will take you to the camera app much like in the case of Lollipop. Notification panel There's a major overhaul in terms of the notification panel in MIUI 6. To begin with, it has a complete turnaround with respect to look and feel: it now comes with a transparent/blurry background that reflects whatever app/screen is behind the panel. Yes, it looks a hell lot similar to the notification panel found in iOS 7. You can, of course, quickly swipe between notifications list and the quick settings like before, but you can no longer reorganize items in the quick settings panel in MIUI 6. App switcher The recent app switcher builds upon the previous icon view found in MIUI 5, and adds a card view to it, much like the one we see in iOS 7. You therefore get two ways to view your recent apps: the traditional icon view and a card-based view. Switching between the two needs a mere pinching in and out. The MIUI 6 also says goodbye to the traditional Menu found on the MIUI 5. This means the recent tasks button will take you straight to the app switcher, unlike before when you had to tap and hold the same to access it. Settings and animations The MIUI 6 comes with a completely redesigned settings app, which we feel is not the best when you're out using it. The sheer number of settings all thrown up on one screen can be overwhelming to many. It does come with a revamped set of toggles that is pleasing to the eye; however, we personally think the settings app of the MIUI 5 was way better in terms of organization. The MIUI 6 comes with a set of fancy animations on-board, and we were pretty impressed with what's on offer courtesy the power menu. The power menu in comparison on the MIUI 5 was downright plain and boring. Floating notification for messages The MIUI 6 comes with something called floating notifications, which is not entirely a new concept, but is a nice addition to the user interface. Similar to Lollipop's heads-up notification, MIUI 6's floating notifications appear as small pop-up alerts at the top of the screen, giving you the option to interact directly to the same without having to open the notification drop-down menu. The pop-up alerts don't take up much screen space and won't take you away from whatever you're doing at the moment unless you decide to pick that call/reply to a text etc. Redesigned apps While every app has received a fresh coat of paint in the MIUI 6, the following deserve a special mention for the sheer dramatic overhaul in comparison to MIUI 5. It must be noted that much of these changes narrow down towards the overall look and feel factor instead of majorly effecting the functionality aspect with respect to the MIUI 5. -- Calculator: The calculator app has been redesigned to feature flatter and modern looking buttons in the MIUI 6. Still, the app maintains its simple outline and background aspects. -- Calendar: The calendar app in the MIUI 6 seems to be now one step closer to iOS 7 in terms of look and feel. It appears to be the closest copy of the equivalent app on the iOS 7. Absence of a Menu in the MIUI 6 means, you get all your options (like jump to date and settings) right within the app on the screen itself. -- Camera: The camera app has perhaps received the biggest overhaul in the MIUI 6. Xiaomi has tried to simplify the camera app to an extent by reducing the number of screen toggles here. As a result, the gallery toggle, the camera and the video recording toggles have been arranged together at the lower end in the form of circles. Switching between the camera and the video toggles changes the frame to include a three screen and a two screen display accordingly. Therefore, instead of giving a separate toggle for filters and modes, the MIUI 6 now gives you separate screens for it, which is nice and less confusing. The video toggle will remind you of the iOS, in that the circle icon while recording turns into a square. -- Clock and Compass: Both the clock and compass apps have received an arguably good looking update in the MIUI 6. The clock app in particular looks really good, and the fact that it is animated makes it all the more pleasing. In addition, subtle changes to the gallery, dialler, messaging, music and video, browser and email make the MIUI 6 a thorough update to the MIUI 5. Stay WiTh Thinkers Dev Bangladesh For more ::::: Procedure for Flashing a custom rom via CWM recovery ::::::: #go to cwm recovery by pressing (power button+ volume down button) #select wipe/data factory reset >>> then select yes. #Select wipe cache partition>>>then select yes. #then select mounts and storage>format/system>yes format #then select advanced option>>> then wipe dalvic cache and wipe battery stat. #then Return to the main menu again. #select Install from sd card > install zip from SD card > select –Custom Rom> yes. #then a process will occur. #wait untill it finished. #then reboot your Primo H3 ::::::: Procedure for Flashing a custom rom via TWRP recovery ::::::: # Power off your phone. # Turn your phone on in recovery mode (by pressing VOLUME UP + POWER buttons). # Go to TWRP { Also known as Recovery Mode. } # GO > WIPE> ADVANCED WIPE> SELECT - DALVIC CACHE, CACHE, DATA, ANDROID SECURE, SYSTEM AND THEN SWIPE TO WIPE # THEN A PROCESS WILL START AND WAIT UNTILL IT FINISHED. # THEN SELECT- BACK AND RETURN TO MAIN PAGE. # NOW THE FINAL PART- SELECT - INSTALL> SEARCH YOUR ROM # AND THEN SWIPE TO CONFIRM FLASH. # WAIT UNTILL IT FINISHED. # THEN WIPE CACHE/DALVIC CACHE. # REBOOT YOUR PHONE/SYSTEM REBOOT.