bigbuni, on Apr 27 2011, 09:48, said:
Just a quick Q? Can titanium be installed post flash? I have always enjoyed it and kind of miss it in this wonderful ROM (X this is by far the best rom i have ever come across, and I have been flashing since i originally had my i910 about 3 years ago). All the searching I have done says it has to be part of the rom. just curious. I am currently using SPBMS and that is great, so no biggie if i cant.
P.S. is cooking a rom for these phones easy? tried with the i910back in the day and was able to produce one that would boot to the splash screen then freeze, so i gave up. I would love to try on the i920, just curious if it is any easier.
I have never tried it, but I do not see why it would not work. I'll see if I can find a Titanium Cab, and if not, I will build one for you.
nickmo20, on Apr 27 2011, 17:03, said:
wicked quick ROM. SPB MS has NO issues. after intalling a boat load of apps, with spb i still have 80+mb RAM available, and it runs smooth. If installing a WP7 or android/sense skin, it till has 65+mb RAM. that is MORE THAN ENOUGH for Ferrari Evo GT or any power/ram hungry apps!
AS FOR THEMES
I just installed m.carroll's Glossblack theme and have no issues with anything whatsoever.
AS FAR AS TEXTING
Some of you may notice that XT9 tries to guess words as well as swype... this is fixable through registry (if you have a reg editor) so that you can stop both sets of word panels from popping up (if it annoys you)
SuggAutoCorr: change to 0
SuggChars: change to 0
SuggSpell: change to 0
SuggWords: change to 0 (typically it will be 0-4 for how many next words you'd like it to predict)
I have had people complain about this in the past, and I am not sure why this suddenly came out of no where because I did not manually set this to active. It must have surfaced when I was separating the OEMApps RGU into its proper packages. Now that I know the registry entries, it will be easier to lock it out when I cook. Unless of course something is overriding my settings somewhere.
natedawg1013, on Apr 27 2011, 17:12, said:
You can also turn it off through Settings > System (Advanced Tab) > Input Method Options > Word Completion and just uncheck "Suggest words when entering text".
I'll run both checks on this and the previous method and figure out which one is enabling these annoyances.
dgyahn, on Apr 27 2011, 18:31, said:
Okay, so the 65Mb free RAM you are experiencing is at boot or after you have used the phone for a day?
Dgyahn. When I developed this version, I developed it for the folks that run other UI's on their Omnia II's. I was actually thinking this would be up your alley considering you utilized my previous "all-in-one" with some success and you run your own Custom UI Setup. This ROM would be ideal for your current project if you were to switch over.
I understand people's hesitance to "switch" ROMs after they get used to one. The X920 Series has numerous similarities that cross over in each ROM so you will have some consistency.
As users post their issues over the first couple days of the release, it allows me to fix the major issues. With the All-In-One, I put out a Service Pack, but with this ROM I just re-release it as a Final Version and post what is fixed so any new users can download and go. For example I got an email today saying someone downloaded my SP1 ROM because it was a CAB file, when in reality it is just a patch and they wanted to know how to get it running. I am trying to keep things user friendly over a period of time so newcomers have it just as easy as the old timers.
ultralight23, on Apr 27 2011, 19:15, said:
Glad to see you used 23569 build for this ROM, was actually in the process of cooking the same but you beat me to it...so thanks much for saving me time. The other tweaks you did i would have never been able to or even think of. One thing about this build is the lockscreen doesn't appear when i use my truck bluetooth like builds 21914 and 21916, gotta love it. After a couple days usage no problems (save one mentioned below), great speed and lots of memory.
The only issue, which i can live with, is similar to graphical distorts as others. However, i was able to remove from the today screen and now only appears such as windows contact screen, bluetooth settings and clock settings. those are the only ones i've noticed so far but only seem to be in windows settings screens. All i did was install m.carrol's PureBlack V2 theme which distorted the today screen, reverted back to default theme then back to PureBlack theme. This cured the today screen at least. Like i said, this i can live with.
Also, one last thing i did was to be able to have evenly spaced soft keys (pictured below). I did this by removing Arto Start Remover in the kitchen then reinstalling it after flashing. I've noticed before in build 23569 that after installing PureBlack theme then installing Arto Start Remover that it moved the soft keys out to the edges. Bad thing is you loose your X button but easily solved with the OK/Close button.
Not sure if this will help others but worked for me. Dialer is DGDialer Black. End of work day is upper 70's RAM with heavy use.
Great ROM again, thanks.
No problem. Certain color types (RGB, Pal, Alpha, etc) options differ among the numerous PNG files in this ROM. One of the 5 have issues with the compression, sometimes on and off. I may have to leave those specific color output types uncompressed as I can manually compress only specific types, ie., RGB and leave the, ie., PAL, alone. Once I pinpoint the files responsible that are being distorted, PNGOUT will tell me what color type the file is, and then I can leave that specific type out in the next compression run. If anyone knows the file names of the specific distorted graphics in ultralight23's screen shot, please post as that will save me previewing 702 required PNG files as I do everything in Batch
As for the Arto setup, the Start.dll file responsible for manipulating WinMo 6.5.0 Start Menu mapping to the XMenu was not functioning at the time I released this. I just assumed the Start.dll that shipped with our 6.5.0 phones will not work in 6.5.5, and I did not want to leave a Start Menu Button for a Start Menu that didn't exist, and would not map properly to the XMenu. If you are doing the Arto manually, and you want the X Button back, use the posted file.
If there is a 6.5.3 or a 6.5.5 i8000 stock ROM with a mapped Start Menu button to a Samsung Main Menu, that will more than likely work for proper mapping, and I will bring the Start Menu icon back once I have a newer Start.dll. Only if that exists, of course...
As always, keep me posted.