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    HTC Hero
  1. But then I would lose the HTC widgets... :( How is the menu button implemented then? Back to that horrible black bottom bar with a single touch button?
  2. 1) Can the Blinkfeed thing be COMPLETELY disabled (not shoved to a side screen)? 2) Is the screen IPS?
  3. Version 1.1.0 (2012/11/02) Major application and code rewrite with a couple of new features Better notification management for all Android versions Fixed bug on data loss when the editor activity was killed Lots of overall code and UI improvements Lots of minor bug fixes Download: https://play.google....ificationagenda
  4. I'm sorry if this as been answered before but I tried to look i up here and on XDA and I can't find the info I'm looking for. I'm sure someone already answered questions like these but it's really hard to dig them out from millions of posts here and there. I've had a Hero since it's release and that's the reason I first registered in this forum, I've always used the methods posted here to root the phone. And I'm not sure if there were more than one way to root the Hero but I was only aware of one, insecure boot (I even learned how to do it myself, for the Hero at least), flash boot.img and flash superuser/su. For the One X, there seems to be various methods, one of which is not yet fully working. RECOVERY + SUPERSU I always thought a insecure boot.img file was always needed but this method doesn't seem to use one. You either flash Paul's interim clockworkmod recovery or the official one which got released in the meantime. After that, flash the SuperSU package and you're done. It's the recommended method. But my question is, how does this work? I mean, how does the root thing work without a insecure boot.img? That's what I want to know. Is there something in the interim recovery that makes the whole thing work or is this recovery only used to flash the SuperSU package? If so, does that mean that if I restore to the stock recovery, my root will still work because the whole thing is managed by SuperSU and a insecure boot.img is not needed anymore? This is confusing me and I really would like to understand it... INSECURE BOOT AND ROOT This makes a lot more sense to me, it's the old process used on the Hero. You flash the insecure boot.img and then flash the Superuser (or SuperSU) package and you're done. You have root everywhere (including ADB with 'adb remount'). Does this mean that without an insecure boot.img (as in the recommended method) you cannot have root in ADB? I would appreciate if anyone could clarify this for me... I just like to understand how things work before messing with them. :)
  5. I believe so, I would buy that... These bigger phones are not my cup of tea. Unfortunately I don't seem to have a choice lately.
  6. Thanks for the answers Paul, a last one, for now... On the Car app with those big buttons, does it work ok with third-party apps, for instance, for the dialer or music?
  7. Great and comprehensive review, just the way I like it :) Thanks. I have a few questions about the UI... 1) Is the Roboto font used all over Sense, here and there or not at all? Is it even included? 2) In any application with lists of items, the background is white. If there aren't enough items to fill the screen, the background is dark with stripped lines (http://content.modaco.net/dropzone/xscreen-52-messages5.png). Does the One X include UI themes where, perhaps, this background is lighter? I just think the background/items contrast looks really bad. 3) Ever since I saw the new "overscroll" effect shown at MWC, that I hated it. I think it's too much. Is there any option to change this effect to something else or maybe disable it?
  8. Version 1.0.4 (2012/03/12) Fixed major bug in the Turkish locale rendering the application useless Version 1.0.3 (2012/03/11) Fixed bug on visibility button with the toggle state being lost while scrolling out of view Fixed bug on note editor with the ad banner and changes on the screen state Fixed colors on the ChangeLog dialog (Android 3.0 and above) Added home screen shortcut to create a new note Added new ActionBar icons and a more standard behavior Added custom background to selected items on the notes list Improved activity and task management for the note editor Improved support for Android 4.0 and extra high density devices Notifications icons are now maintained in order of creation All graphics optimized with new image compressor Updated ActionBar library with custom tweaks Overall code and UI improvements Minor bug fixes Download: https://play.google....ificationagenda
  9. Version 1.0.2 (2012/01/24) Implemented various application settingsUpdated ActionBar and AdMob librariesAdded basic support for Android 4.0Minor improvements on various graphicsOverall code and UI improvementsMinor bug fixes Download: https://market.andro...ificationagenda
  10. Version 1.0.1 (2011/11/23) Delete note button moved to the ActionBarOverall UI improvementsMinor bug fixes Download: https://market.andro...ificationagenda
  11. Project Title: Notification Agenda Official Website: http://ricardoamaral.net Screenshots: Project Description: Simple application which turns small notes into pleasing status bar notifications with fancy high quality icons. All your notes are easily accessible so you never forget all those important appointments ever again. Never forget an appointment ever again with Notification Agenda. Some relevant features include: Several fancy and high quality icon sets Change individual notes visibility Quickly edit any visible note Load visible notes on boot Intuitive and elegant user interface The above is just the beginning; lots of more features are already planned for future versions. A premium and ad-free version is also planned to be released soon allowing you to support further development if you are inclined to do so. Download: https://play.google....ificationagenda Observations: Those of you who don't mind, please leave a small comment in the Android Market, along with a rating that you find appropriate (but please void bad reviews and low ratings, if you have a problem with the app, ask first). If you do not have the patience to leave a comment, use the phone's Market app to simply rate my app (I believe you can't just rate online, you are obliged to comment, but I'm not sure). And if you don't mind sharing the Market application link in all your social networks (or only the ones you prefer), I'll be forever grateful. Thanks in advance to everyone for their support. Social Networks: Add me to Google+: +Ricardo Amaral Follow me on Twitter: @rfgamaral
  12. I didn't know that, I though it was enabled... Can I assume that having compcache disabled, whatever it's doing, it's doing the same as the fault kernel right? Where can I read more about compcache and the default method used in the default kernel? I've searched but couldn't find much info about the two and differences between them. That's basically what I want to know, the differences and benefits of one versus the other... Basically, I need to replace the ramdisk on my own boot.img with the one found on the boot.img from the download on this thread? And of course, use all the modules and init scripts... Right?
  13. Just a quick question here... May kernel devs never recommend SetCPU, instead they all recommend Overlock Widget. Why is that and why can we use SetCPU with your kernel? So, compcache is disabled by default and to enable we need to remove all those '#' in the script lines. This is confusing me because in the default Hero kernel, isn't compcache enabled by default already, without any extra scripts? So, shouldn't be the other way around (a script to disable and not to enable it)? One last question... I'm not using MCR, I'm cooking my own ROM, picking bits and piece from a lot of different ROMs (MCR included). Cloud I use this kernel on my ROM or it wouldn't work properly?
  14. I wanted to know this and also what does the Legend HTC_IME has that the Hero doesn't? By the way, behnaam made these changes to your original repack: * Sq3lite binary * e2fsck binary * Busybox symlinks moved to separate folder in /system/xbin * 14 Wifi channels * Removed all extra chinese widgets Paul forgot to remove * Symlinked everything back to toolbox instead of busybox Are any of it added to this rom are you considering it? But a better question is, are they important for behnaam to feel the need to repack it with a few goodies (although I have removed a few from the list since you already added them to this rom). At least remove the extra chinese widgets :) I also found a translation bug in all Chungwa's releases. On the user dictionary, there's 2 buttons when adding a new word. It should say "OK" and "Cancel", instead it says "Select Files" and "found". Just so you all know.
  15. Nor "today" (yesterday) or "tomorrow" (today), at least on my time zone :) I also thought it would come in the next few days, I think it will take more than that unfortunately. I just hope I'm wrong :)
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