frazer_cooper

Explain Each Folder For What Its Used For In The Rom ZIP

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Cust

Data

META-INF

System-

APP

Bin

Etc

Fonts

Framework

Lib

Media

Themes

Usr

Vendor

Wifi

Xbin

Could Someone Explain Each Folder Would Really Appreciate It Thank you

which one holds network files and lights for capacative keys.

Edited by frazer_cooper
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Dude I think everybody hates you

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Cust - ?

Data - A Partition in the internal memory where all the user and system data is stored, (like the settings, and app data)

META-INF - information about the update or flash zip. Also tells CWM what to do, and where to install things to.

System - Where the ROM is stored, like the C:\Windows folder in windows

APP - Where apps are stored

Bin - The User data / binaries

Etc - a shortcut to /system/etc

Fonts - Where all the fonts are stored :P

Framework - ?

Lib -

Media - Where things like ringtones are stored

Themes - Where the phone themes are stored

Usr - More user data

Vendor - Stuff from the vendor (I would guess vodafone cr*pware

Wifi - Where data about the wifi radio and access points are stored

Xbin - Extra (I'm guessing :P) Binaries

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I would guess lights for capacitive keys are in system/usr/keylayout

To find the keys, boot to recovery go advanced > key test, press the capacitive buttons and take note of the numbers.

Or maybe you could edit build.prop by changing:

qemu.hw.mainkeys 

to zero.

also, if your phone is rooted then go to system, usr, keylayout, and open generic.kl with a text editor, find the number of the keys that you want to disable and put a "#" sign at the start of the line. Save the file and reboot phone. Now the keys are disabled.

Edited by george109
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look at they arrays.xml in the framework-res.apk (or settings.xml),

the values for the capacitive button lights are there, but i could only get them to turn off completely, not dim them

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