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About tehgeekguy

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    Galaxy Nexus (i9250)
  1. Hey Paul, Any update on the multi-user thing?
  2. I'd love to try that out. Maybe make it a kitchen option?
  3. That's a 4.2 thing, not just JR8. Look around a bit and you'll find all the details you need. In short, they pushed /sdcard to /sdcard/0.
  4. Ah, that is strange. I've never had the issue myself.
  5. I haven't had that problem at all. As soon as I take a picture it's available immediately for review by swiping from right to left.
  6. Ha, sure enough, it is missing. I would have never known since I use Swype, but I definitely had the option to keep the keyboard checked before I cooked the rom. Weird.
  7. Shouldn't be any need. It never hurts to do a clean install, but I did a dirty update (no wipe) from Jr1 and it's working fine.
  8. That would be amazing! I'm really looking forward to this. Thanks for the great work.
  9. That's great news, thanks Paul! Do you think that means it'll push Jr2 back a day or so, or do you still expect to have it ready today?
  10. If I recall properly, the full white is only available for the i9020a. http://negrielectronics.com/google-nexus-s-i9020a-white-8503g-unlocked.html http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Google-Smartphone-Camera-Android/dp/B004VA6WSE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1313033372&sr=8-1

    He did say the original Nexus One, which was T-mobile bands only. The AT&T 3G supported one came out months after the original.
  12. autostart.sh.txt make an autostart.sh script and put it in /data/opt/ then do a reboot. On boot, it should ask for superuser privileges, allow it and the soft key lights should come on. I attached the script. Just rename it to .sh and throw it in /data/opt/.
  13. Mine doesn't work either, but as a workaround, I installed autostart and put the following script (yanked from evil's Rom) in /data/opt #!/system/bin/sh while [ true ]; do if [ `cat /sys/devices/i2c-0/0-0066/leds/button-backlight/subsystem/lcd-backlight/brightness` -ne 0 ]; then echo 255 > /sys/devices/i2c-0/0-0066/leds/button-backlight/brightness; fi; sleep 2; done & Works as a viable workaround for the time being.
  14. Is there a way to change the background color to white on MCR21? I know in cyanogen 6 nightlies you can change the background for the tray, but there's some things in MCR I prefer.