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Thread: [CFW] P76Ti KKMod GB ROM - v2.3.4

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    The source code of your work.


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    I've got Google maps with both the identity but there's no sign of Google Talk



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    Quote Originally Posted by enricov91 View Post
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    The source code of your work.


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    I've got Google maps with both the identity but there's no sign of Google Talk
    no plan yet.

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    Hi Killerkink,

    I'm experiencing some problem after using R2. The notification bar stop responding anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyc View Post
    Hi Killerkink,

    I'm experiencing some problem after using R2. The notification bar stop responding anymore.
    You mean it hung or cant pull down? More details will be good. I am progressively recovering my work and I dont have the codes for R2 anymore. If its very bad, I suggest to use stock rom or R1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillerKink View Post
    You mean it hung or cant pull down? More details will be good. I am progressively recovering my work and I dont have the codes for R2 anymore. If its very bad, I suggest to use stock rom or R1.
    It can pull down. But no response to any touch. I switched FW back to R1. It is working good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyc View Post
    It can pull down. But no response to any touch. I switched FW back to R1. It is working good.
    ok, thanks. If you dont need R2, R1 should be good enough. R3 will come as bottom statusbar. Maybe thats the reason of the statusbar issue in R2 as they are some partial codes there.

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    This could be the screenshot for R3. Bottom status bar but not HC style. Any good suggestion for improvement with good rationale are welcome. There will always be personal preference which I hope to avoid.


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    Quote Originally Posted by enricov91 View Post
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    I've got Google maps with both the identity but there's no sign of Google Talk
    Thats interesting...very interesting

    I managed to get google talk from a .zip of gapps, downloaded from cyanogenmod. The trick is not to install the Talk.apk (it fails at that), but to copy the apk directly into /system/app. Talk works flawlessly now.

    I also managed to install Maps via apk installer. It works, but i ger continuous errors like "Login failed - or similar)

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    Suggestions:

    1. Lose the thin white bar just above the status bar, if possible.
    2. Use CyanogenMod style battery indicator, It looks more minimalistic.
    3. Use Ice Cream Sandwich styled indicators.

    I extracted the framework-res of my Galaxy S2's Ice Cream Sandwich Theme and inside you'll find the images for the CyanogenMod Style Battery Indicators. Use those images if you want. Also, you can use other Ice Cream Sandwich system images to give your rom an Ice Cream Sandwich look and feel. You can download it here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neiru37 View Post
    Suggestions:

    1. Lose the thin white bar just above the status bar, if possible.
    2. Use CyanogenMod style battery indicator, It looks more minimalistic.
    3. Use Ice Cream Sandwich styled indicators.

    I extracted the framework-res of my Galaxy S2's Ice Cream Sandwich Theme and inside you'll find the images for the CyanogenMod Style Battery Indicators. Use those images if you want. Also, you can use other Ice Cream Sandwich system images to give your rom an Ice Cream Sandwich look and feel. You can download it here.
    Thanks for the suggestion. I have actually looking more for functional feedback. Comestic changes are very subjective and can never be satisfied.

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