Tad disappointed here.
All the reasons above are true. 2GB limit on 4G just isn't appealing to me at all when I have unlimited at the moment
I may not average a lot more than 2GB, but being limited would just annoy me when I have freedom at the moment to not worry those odd months when I excess my 3GB average.
an odd one - I don't know if you can help/advise as someone who has used the toolkit extensively, or even patch this in the toolkit (ironically) so I thought I'd post it here and also on the framework thread on XDA... :-)
I've bought: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.square_enix.android_googleplay.FFIV_GP&hl=en (turns out it doesn't have any root detection at all)
Now it doesn't work - when I open it it fires up a blank screen - lots of people report this issue to be honest on the play store - but I figured a work around out...
if I disable ALL/ANY mods in exposed framework it works perfect.
if I enable ANY mod it fails.
My question is - is this a quirk of the xposed framework? I am not uninstalling the framework just having nothing active.
I only have three mods - the modaco toolkit, smart alarm icon, trackball alert. I have tried disabling all (works), enabling one at a time (fails)
the only common thing that seems to be present is if they are enabled it dies.
Thanks for the updates. The custom operator thing on the Nexus 4 leaves the operator name on the end of the custom string. Is that by design?
Also the notification bar the operator logo remains without the custom string. Same question - is it by design? Both I wondered if they could be toggleable on a future update... Low down on your priority list ;-)
I don't suppose there is any universal root checking thing in apps? apparently a lot of the squaresoft games check for root and don't work - as all my devices are rooted I'm reluctant to shell out £10+ for games that may not work
I want to play but they make it so hard!
the barclays app is another one that checks for root :(
Advanced Power Menu stuff that's been added to the HTC One like reboot into recovery - but on the N4/N7/N10/Moto Xoom and other AOSP Roms/devices :-)
also - with the enable all rotation thing that works awesomely - is it possible to extend that to the stock lock screen - e.g. the N4 - oddly sometimes it does seem to rotate but then snaps back again to a static portrait 0' view.
Since this is now fixed with the MoDaCo Toolkit for the HTC One - is it something that could apply across the board for all phones or more inner workings going on for this which would be particular for each handset?
I wondered if AOSP/stock android phones/roms suffer from the same perception of battery life.
I've just happily pointed this out to someone along with the "fix" in the toolkit!