dmrtn

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About dmrtn

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  • Your Current Device(s) Coolpad F1 8297w

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  1. dmrtn added a post in a topic changing the dailer and contacts back ground   

    This isn't exactly what you're asking but I've switched over to Rocket Dialer and Contacts for specifically that reason.
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  2. dmrtn added a post in a topic [ROM] [4.4.2] AOSP Nitro A310 v3 repack   

    Separately. There's a zip to flash somewhere around the threads. I can upload it somewhere if there's any problem with finding it. On the older Maucat it replaced the standard Android camera but on this version it installed alongside it. I have Coolpad, Kitkat, LG, Lenovo and Candycam (much smaller filesizes so good for sending/emailing quick snaps) camera apps so I probably need to reduce that down :) They each have their uses though.

    Also, I'm pretty sure I was on the same A310 ROM as you.
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  3. dmrtn added a post in a topic [ROM] [4.4.2] AOSP Nitro A310 v3 repack   

    Just for the record, I changed back to the most recent Maucat. Sound is definitely louder. And all the LED colours work. Don't notice much else that's different tbh. I have Nova set up that I like and use on every ROM. Battery might possibly be a little better on Maucat? Not 100% on that though. The Coolpad Camera is good. The 20mpx one doesn't work on this I don't think but it's still good.
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  4. dmrtn added a post in a topic [ROM][4.4.2] AOSP by maucat   

    Is there a setting for controlling the LED that I'm missing. If the screen is on, the LED for charging is off. Can I change this?

    Also, when I set the color for the led when charging as blue, red somehow still over rides it. I can see the blue is there because when I plug it out the blue stays on longer than the red but I can't turn the red off.

    I was using light flow that is installed but I've never liked that and am using Xled on Xposed.
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  5. dmrtn added a post in a topic Coolpad F1 8297w - Review / Info / Software / Custom Roms   

     
    I got bored so I did it anyway like I described :) Seems to work pretty well. I wouldn't try it with system apps obviously but the method I wrote above worked perfectly for me and was much faster. I mean I assume what I did is what apps like Helium and Titanium do automatically. But I'd prefer to stay away from that as there have been reports of Titanium not reinstalling apps correctly. Seems to work fine with just the Titanium data restore.
     
    I did as I described with the sd card too. Only left my music, picture and backup files on the card and deleted the rest on my laptop with a card reader, the booted to recovery.
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  6. dmrtn added a post in a topic Coolpad F1 8297w - Review / Info / Software / Custom Roms   

    General flashing question - If I backup my apps in Titanium,then copy all the apk files that I want from the data/app folder (or whatever equivalent in each ROM, I think it changes slightly in some of them) to my SD card. Then flash, including the correct wipes, put the apks back in that folder, restart, restore data from Titanium. Will I end up with any problems? Is this a good or a bad idea to shortcut re-installing apps?

    Also, do you delete folders on your SD card (system folders, like the Android one, not media folders) between wipes?

    Cheers
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  7. dmrtn added a post in a topic Audio values are beyond the range and not editable in loudspeaker mode   

    Think that's MobileUncle Tools but I've never seen the max over 160. What ROM is it? Was it that value since you flashed it?
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  8. dmrtn added a post in a topic Coolpad F1 8297w - Review / Info / Software / Custom Roms   

    And am I missing something or is this one 1.3GHz as opposed to our 1.7GHz?
    F1 Plus and now this one both seen very underwhelming.
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  9. dmrtn added a post in a topic [ROM] [4.4.2] AOSP Nitro A310 v3 repack   

     
    Any improvement on sound with you? Think I'm going to go back to Maucat if I can't get louder volume. Didn't realise how much I use the speaker until I couldn't use it anymore.
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  10. dmrtn added a post in a topic [ROM] [4.4.2] AOSP Nitro A310 v3 repack   

     
    Installed the Pro Camera apk from the main thread with the same result but I then Uninstalled Updates in the App Settings and now have Coolpad Camera working, though not the Pro version. Happy with that result.
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  11. dmrtn added a post in a topic Coolpad F1 8297w - Review / Info / Software / Custom Roms   

    Check the thread called: Shooting at 21,6 mpixels (6000χ3600)
    On page 2 unix_bosnia has a link to a flashable zip. The 20mp doesn't seem to work on all ROMs but the apk should install.
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  12. dmrtn added a post in a topic [ROM] [4.4.2] AOSP Nitro A310 v3 repack   

    Quick question: I didn't make a back up (always a good move!) and I tried to install the Coolpad Camera on this app. Seems stupid now. Anyway, it didn't work and it interfered with the original camera. Not the apk, possibly libraries? Is there any quick way to undo/fix this? Besides reflashing. Just about to head away for two days.

    It's not absolutely vital as I have LG Camera and Lenovo Camera working and they generally give me better results anyway but if you have any idea that would be great.
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  13. dmrtn added a post in a topic [ROM] [4.4.2] AOSP Nitro A310 v3 repack   

    Superb! Thanks for that. Post 77 in this thread is anyone else cares.
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  14. dmrtn added a post in a topic [ROM] [4.4.2] AOSP Nitro A310 v3 repack   

     
    Thanks. Will have a look at that app and see if it helps.
     
    And yes, I would imagine it was the Micromax lockscreen. It's not even a locksceen, it's more like a screensaver that I can't deactivate. It sits on top of the Android Pattern lockscreen leaving two screens to go through to get to the Home screen.
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