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Morning Paul,

Apparently the code for the old 'Quick Settings' in the notification area is in this ROM but HTC chose not to activate it. Others on XDA have done so so was wondering if it's something you can take a look at? I don't use them often but it's nice to have :)

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quick question, before trying. I have an Orange branded HOX, unlocked bootloader, CWM and rooted, can I flash this?

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Yes!

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Morning Paul,

Apparently the code for the old 'Quick Settings' in the notification area is in this ROM but HTC chose not to activate it. Others on XDA have done so so was wondering if it's something you can take a look at? I don't use them often but it's nice to have :)

Interesting, I'll check it out.

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Which boot.img are we meant to use? There's a 2MB one in the root of the ZIP and another in /system/mcr

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Which boot.img are we meant to use? There's a 2MB one in the root of the ZIP and another in /system/mcr

fastboot : the boot.img from the root of the ZIP

I've flashed the prebaked ir4-vanilla : works fine

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Funnily enough, the one on the root of the ZIP file is too small in the kitchen ROMs (or was this morning). I manually flashed the one in /system/mcr and it worked fine!

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Yes!

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I get bootloop after flashing, I'll try again when I get a chance. I did have trouble getting into fastboot at first so maybe something to do with that

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If you're bootlooping once you get to the initial lockscreen then manually flash the larger boot.img in /system/mcr via fastboot and see how you get on - worked for me :D

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If you're bootlooping once you get to the initial lockscreen then manually flash the larger boot.img in /system/mcr via fastboot and see how you get on - worked for me :D

cheers will try when get a chance

worked a treat all up running

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Fixed this now, both boot images should be the same.

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it seems it's still not the case for kitchen at 21h16 : 140812-2116-Ir4-modacocustomrom-endeavor-kitchen-unsigned-MD5-be9b7023ea16bbef0ae8687786e30bc0

boot.img at the root is still 2 928 640 bytes

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If you're bootlooping once you get to the initial lockscreen then manually flash the larger boot.img in /system/mcr via fastboot and see how you get on - worked for me :D

worked for me too

thanks

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it seems it's still not the case for kitchen at 21h16 : 140812-2116-Ir4-modacocustomrom-endeavor-kitchen-unsigned-MD5-be9b7023ea16bbef0ae8687786e30bc0

boot.img at the root is still 2 928 640 bytes

Fixed.

Also fixed, missing Google Wallet. :)

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If you're bootlooping once you get to the initial lockscreen then manually flash the larger boot.img in /system/mcr via fastboot and see how you get on - worked for me :D

I'm having the same problem with bootlooping. Trying to flash boot.img using the command "./fastboot-mac flash boot /system/mcr/boot.img" but it's unable to load the .img file. What am I doing wrong here?

Edit: Using the kitchen...

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I'm having the same problem with bootlooping. Trying to flash boot.img using the command "./fastboot-mac flash boot /system/mcr/boot.img" but it's unable to load the .img file. What am I doing wrong here?

Edit: Using the kitchen...

Extract the boot image from the zip on your pc and use the filename boot.img without a path in fastboot.

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Extract the boot image from the zip on your pc and use the filename boot.img without a path in fastboot.

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Thx! Works like a charm now! :-D

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Hmm, seems like all cities from the HTC Weather and Clock applications are gone.. I can't add cities to the weather app (only remove the default ones) nor to the world clock. Any ideas?

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Hmm, seems like all cities from the HTC Weather and Clock applications are gone.. I can't add cities to the weather app (only remove the default ones) nor to the world clock. Any ideas?

Weird, same here. I'll look into it!

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TeamViewer QuickSupport is now in the kitchen! :)

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Hey Paul,

is it possible to share the apk so that we could also use it on other roms?

Thanks for your awesome work!

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