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[NEWS] Liquid Settings App compatible with Liquid Metal

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Since some users asked us to make LS app compatible with Liquid Metal I decided to do that.

So, now, Liquid Metal is officially compatible with Liquid Settings. The only one missin thing is Haptic Feedback setting.

Obviously you need root permissions.

You can follow our development and download the app here:

http://android.modaco.com/content/acer-liq...settings-v-1-2/

If you like our work feel free to donate us some money for a beer: http://goo.gl/UBBG8

Obviously I'm happy if Rom-developers put this app in their ROMs :mellow:

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Great !! Thanks very much :mellow:

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Ok, if there is any problem please let me know on the official post :mellow:

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Good work.. Thank you Fabio :mellow:

Sensitive setting works well, but SD cache is only temporary.

After reboot it turns to original value (128)..

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Good work.. Thank you Fabio :mellow:

Sensitive setting works well, but SD cache is only temporary.

After reboot it turns to original value (128)..

This is a problem of Gingerbread Metal ROM, it does not support init.d scripts for now, but vache told me that he will make an update to avoid this problem as soon as possible :o

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This is a problem of Gingerbread Metal ROM, it does not support init.d scripts for now, but vache told me that he will make an update to avoid this problem as soon as possible :mellow:

I'm using Froyo rom..

I made it permanent editing init.paso.post_boot.sh into ramdisk

echo "4096" > /sys/devices/virtual/bdi/179:0/read_ahead_kb

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a fast question

but if i reboot or close application the sensibility remains set?

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a fast question

but if i reboot or close application the sensibility remains set?

Yes sesnibility remain :mellow:

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I'm using Froyo rom..

I made it permanent editing init.paso.post_boot.sh into ramdisk

echo "4096" > /sys/devices/virtual/bdi/179:0/read_ahead_kb

So your rom hasn't the init.d scripts enabled, else it should work :o

wow it's great app

Thanks :mellow:

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Well, as far I'm concerned, package just won't install. I'm running Froyo with last Metalounay rom, and it won't work. Previous version installed without a flaw, and still runs perfectly.

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I dont know if powerled on/off works, it was installed without problems, but it dont start on my MT with 2.3.4

After the crash i can see the message "Liquid Metal detected" (ok, this seems to work :D )

edit: oh, i see it need root, but i dont have root yet

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as I said per Twitter PowerLED On/Off doesn't work but I forgot to say that I'm on Metalounay 1.2 :D

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That's very strange. It seems that liquid metal differs from the "normal liquid" in the /sys folder. Can anyone help me to find some file in /sys which contain battery informations? thanks

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ok now i have root and your liquid settings works fine

But i still dont know if power led work, it seems the button have no funktion?

Where is the power led and does MT have it? ^^

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The Power- (Battery-) LED starts to blink when the phone gets loaded. It's on top of the liquid where the power-button is :D

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The Power- (Battery-) LED is on top of the liquid where the power-button is :D

Ok, thanks :D

Now im sure the button dont work :o

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That's very strange. It seems that liquid metal differs from the "normal liquid" in the /sys folder. Can anyone help me to find some file in /sys which contain battery informations? thanks

How does it looks like? I found a /sys/power/state, but it contains just "mem"

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Ok thanks to vache and davidevinavil maybe i fixed it. Check it out on the main topic...i need your feedbacks! thanks :D

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Sorry, but i dont see any difference

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