lanlith

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About lanlith

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  1. lanlith added a post in a topic Google Glass is now available to buy for anyone in the US   

    The only thing that would put me off (aside from the US issue) is the price.... My wife isn't too keen either. How did you get around that problem Paul?
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  2. lanlith added a post in a topic giffgaff reveal their 4G pricing   

    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.
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  3. lanlith added a post in a topic XMOD: MoDaCo Toolkit for Xposed Framework   

    Just to let you know APM doesn't seem to work on Nexus4 4.3 any longer. :-(
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  4. lanlith added a post in a topic XMOD: MoDaCo Toolkit for Xposed Framework   

    Hi Paul....

    Is it possible to add a torch (or Flashlight) to the stock 4.2/4.3 Quick settings drop down...

    Its probably the one main thing I would miss from my quick settings :-D

    Thanks!
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  5. lanlith added a post in a topic XMOD: MoDaCo Toolkit for Xposed Framework   

    Have done. Thought I would mention here too just in case you had any ideas.
    Noticed someone else found the same problem too and work around!

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1574401&page=171
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  6. lanlith added a post in a topic XMOD: MoDaCo Toolkit for Xposed Framework   

    Hi Paul,

    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... :-)


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    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.
    any thoughts?

    2.1.3 Xposed Installer
    32 App_process
    2.1.2 xposedbridge,jar

    thanks
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  7. lanlith added a post in a topic Today Only: Grab a free Cerberus anti theft lifetime licence   

    https://plus.google.com/111441929456451548230/posts/goedGNYXp2q

    Seems you are out of luck if you have an existing/expired trial
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  8. lanlith added a post in a topic XMOD: MoDaCo Toolkit for Xposed Framework   

    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 ;-)

    Thanks!
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  9. lanlith added a post in a topic XMOD: MoDaCo Toolkit for Xposed Framework   

    Hi Paul
    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

    e.g.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.square_enix.android_googleplay.FFIV_GP&feature=search_result

    I want to play but they make it so hard!

    the barclays app is another one that checks for root :(
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.barclays.android.barclaysmobilebanking

    anything the toolkit can help with?

    thanks in advance!
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  10. lanlith added a post in a topic XMOD: MoDaCo Toolkit for Xposed Framework   

    All rotation?
    Works with Apex at least.


    @Paul - not sure if the warning on reboot is required? There's a cancel button for it on the next screen :-D

    But thank you very much for this
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  11. lanlith added a post in a topic XMOD: MoDaCo Toolkit for Xposed Framework   


    Amazing
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  12. lanlith added a post in a topic XMOD: MoDaCo Toolkit for Xposed Framework   


    its a separate APK :-)
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  13. lanlith added a post in a topic XMOD: MoDaCo Toolkit for Xposed Framework   


    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.
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  14. lanlith added a post in a topic XMOD: MoDaCo Toolkit for Xposed Framework   

    Would like to see APM on stock too if it isn't too much trouble :-D

    The toolkit quickly became one of the most awesome apps
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  15. lanlith added a post in a topic Why don't handset manufacturers trust us to see the real battery level?   

    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!
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