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XMOD: MoDaCo Toolkit for Xposed Framework


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That's weird. I'm going to send you a test version which should fix that. Coming in a future release! 1. Planned for a future release. 2. Ditto. 3. Would this not be a bit confusing? I

Note: MoDaCo Toolkit is no longer available via the Play Store. MoDaCo Toolkit is now a free, ad-supported application with a Pro version. Previous Play Store purchasers will receive the Pro key free

I seem to be having issues too... Installed the Xposed framework as per your instructions, installed the MoDaCo Toolkit, enabled the module, enabled the options I needed then rebooted. None of the op

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after trying to enable software buttons and back button options on my HTC One, I have lost all haptic feedback on the hardware buttons and app drawer button. Disabling the toolkit framework or disabling then re-enabling "vibrate on touch" in sound options do not fix this.

Sounds like you just switched power save mode on...

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I wonder how possible do you think it is to mod the Quick Settings on N4 / stock 4.2.2 Paul?

Things like adding Torch would be useful

Horribly complex but almost certainly possible and ultimately a goal...

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Ok so I sort of fixed this my self. I had also enabled the mod that allows you to disable system notifications (thanks for that btw the stupid persistent notification about battery saver being off was annoying). I started undoing everything I did step by step to figure it out. I re-enabled the power saver notification and rebooted and viola, haptic feed back was back. So I wanted to confirm that it was disabling this notification that caused the problem so I disabled the notification. Well haptic feedback was still there! I rebooted again to be sure and so far so good.

Sort of weird but maybe it will work for that other dude.

Thanks!

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Version 16 is now online, which adds Pro key support.

The Pro (ad-removal key) for MoDaCo Toolkit is now available to buy for the paltry sum of 99p! visit the download store to purchase. MoDaCo Ad Free or MoDaCo Plus members can use the coupon code 'PREMIUMFREEPROTOOLKIT' for a 100% discount! If you purchased the pro key previously via the Play Store, please contact me via private message. :)

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While I am waiting - how do you enter a key? Is it an APK or just a code? Can't seem to see anywhere to enter on the Toolkit itself. Can it be used on multiple devices simultaneously? I have toolkit on my Evo and Nexus ATM...

Never mind its an APK key :-)

Thanks!

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@Paul - is it possible to make a mod to make the app drawer background transparent on the HTC One?

Thanks.

When the next version of Xposed is released with One resource replacement support, yes.

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The apk downloaded from Modaco is 4.1.x only? I bought the app from Play store on my Note (4.0.x) and it worked fine. Now I can't install the apk, I get a Parse error message for both the apk and the key...

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