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T*OMNIA2's very smooth mainmenu It's like IPhone!! (attached mainmenu.exe file)

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Its working great..the only problem is the cube is not working..can anyone make it happen?

Wow, you must be one of the few people who use that <_< Cube works, it's the shortcut that's been taken out.

Copy \Device\Windows\Cube.lnk to \Device\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\ and you'll be able to use the shortcut :mellow:

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Thanks, this is very nice. Way better than the original MainMenu on i8000. So fast and smooth and low memory use. I like it a lot more than the standard Windows start menu too.

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It's really very smooth and quick.

BUT , using it on OMNIA 2 GT i8000 , i found that it doesn't turn off by pressing the X button.

That's realy annoying , because it's running in the background , using about 3,36 mb of its valuable ram.

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It's really very smooth and quick.

BUT , using it on OMNIA 2 GT i8000 , i found that it doesn't turn off by pressing the X button.

That's realy annoying , because it's running in the background , using about 3,36 mb of its valuable ram.

Use one of the many small programs which kills apps, and assigned to a button.

I use xtask which has one shortcut to do that but you can find many of them.

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I'm using korean ver. T*OMNIA2 (SCH-M715)

AND i have offcial wm6.5 rom

do you want it?

(Sorry for english <_< )

Of course we want it :mellow:.

Give us CSC, PDA and PHONE version of the rom so we could download it ourselfs.

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Thanks so much! Got it to copy and paste into Windows using the File Manager program. <_<

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do you have to have touchwiz to use this?

i dun tink it is needed.. i am using rodrigo LeO2 rom, and u noe, no custom rom would still want to leave touchwiz in it <_<

jus copy it in windows folder and map a button to it.. or u can use my method to map a button too..

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Does anyone have any way to map the store "button" on the main menu to open other programs?

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Does anyone have any way to map the store "button" on the main menu to open other programs?

See Post 33 And Post 39 <_<

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See Post 33 And Post 39 <_<

wrong answer :mellow:

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See Post 33 And Post 39 <_<

Read carefully lol. I mean map the store "Button" not the physical button on our phone, to a program.

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tested on an OII with Germand JA5 ROM, works fine and the buttons are in Germand (the "other" "edit") on the lower end.

I copied the Mainmenu.exe and the Mui to the Windows folder (of coures with a backup of the original Mainmenu.exe to the storage card)

works really very fast and smooth, great step forward to the "perfect phone")

THX to all!

Regards

Wolfgang

BTW: I can live with the numbers in the headline of each page, to find a proper name for each page was anyway always a pity

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Is there anyway of getting the lock screen from this rom ? It looks like the back light was on full to slide to unlock.

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it's cool man, thank you so much

Edited by ngreg
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In the expenses of 5MB of RAM usage, not worth it.

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(Sorry for english)

Thanks to the good response

Sorry, but I lack the ability to extract the rom program

So, i'll upload sch-715 db22 rom soon

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(Sorry for english)

Thanks to the good response

Sorry, but I lack the ability to extract the rom program

So, i'll upload sch-715 db22 rom soon

Can you please give us the details of your phone, in the meantime? PDA, CSC, PHONE, you can find them via typing *#1234# in dialer

Thanks!

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so this is for the i920 omnia II??

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I'd like to take a look at the lockscreen as well. Looked like it was a flash version of the stock wm slider. Which means it likely has all the integration of the i920 tap unlock screen, but it's a slider. In addition, the above mentioned backlight issue appears to be resolved.

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wow just installed it and it runs perfectly thx to the contributor.

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Well, I'm sure this is in the ROM info somewhere, but real quick...what's the file and command to extract an nb0 file to it's individual files? Thanks.

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samsung should make something like that in the first place.. instead of the laggy touchwiz

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if this will not steal 10MB of RAM permenantly, like the default wm6.5 lock screen, then most of memory problems will gone.

I'd like to take a look at the lockscreen as well. Looked like it was a flash version of the stock wm slider. Which means it likely has all the integration of the i920 tap unlock screen, but it's a slider. In addition, the above mentioned backlight issue appears to be resolved.
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Kraddel, it uses the default icon of each application. However, you can change the default icon by using "JWMD Icon Changer". Google it. It's freeware.

My icons:

screen04.jpg

hmm bro... some icons cant be detected by jwmd icon changer.. any ways to change those other than showing in start menu's 1 ?

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