Is there a flash able zip for this?Here's a teaser of what I did in my spare time today:
This will allow you to select in ROMControl whether you want notifications to flash the LED even when the screen is on (post B25 behavior) or turn off when the screen is on (pre B25 behavior). The idea for the option was by MarcLandis. Had some free time today so decided to contribute some effort and implement this. Pull requests are already posted to the project so if Roman blesses this we could all enjoy a conditional non-blinking screen-on.
This works for awhile and them it shows up again.I seen another post about double weather in pull down. I m getting it too. I can fix it by going into ROM control and switching to weather panel then back to above carrier text...
I agree. I'd prefer the default black when music is playing, but to each his own.Hello, does anyone else think the lock screen media controls look funny with a separate lock screen wallpaper? I was hoping that the lock screen wallpaper would change to black when the media controls are present and the user defined wallpaper when no media controls are there.
I think it disappears when you're in the app.I haven't seen anyone post about this but is anyone else having issues with Google (play) Music? While playing music, I noticed that the icon in the notification bar will disappear then reappear randomnly. It's a small issue but sucks bc it's convenient.
Also, not sure if it's related because it only happened once but my systemui crashed while music was playing the other day. Fyi, I fully wiped before I installed m4.. Thanks for anything
Thanks for this. I don't know what some of the settings even do so this is a nice thing to have to start.Maybe this will help for a starting point. You might need to tweak to your liking, but I've found this a good general level for my phone and use.
I enable light sensor filter and set window length to 10 sec. Reset threshold set to 400lux and sample interval set to 1sec. Use custom light levels and go to edit other levels. I also use the decrease levels option it's nice. Here are my settings ymwv:
Mind sharing your build.prop file?Something else you might want to look into if you like this tweak is loopy smoothness. There's also some build.prop edits that can help with responsiveness and redraws. Here's what I use.
NOTE: If there is already an entry with a different value in build.prop, the entry listed first takes precedence. I tend to just leave them alone if any are already in there. Dev's know best.Code:
#Battery Life<br /> ro.ril.disable.power.collapse=1<br /> pm.sleep_mode=1<br /> wifi.supplicant_scan_interval=150<br /> <br /> #High Quality .jpeg's<br /> ro.media.enc.jpeg.quality=100<br /> <br /> #Phone dials out faster<br /> ro.telephony.call_ring.delay=1000<br /> <br /> #Faster Video Streaming<br /> media.stagefright.enable-player=true<br /> media.stagefright.enable-meta=true<br /> media.stagefright.enable-scan=true<br /> media.stagefright.enable-http=true<br /> <br /> #Performance<br /> ENFORCE_PROCESS_LIMIT=false<br /> MAX_SERVICE_INACTIVITY=false<br /> MIN_HIDDEN_APPS=false<br /> MAX_HIDDEN_APPS=false<br /> CONTENT_APP_IDLE_OFFSET=false<br /> EMPTY_APP_IDLE_OFFSET=false<br /> MAX_ACTIVITIES=false<br /> ACTIVITY_INACTIVITY_RESET_TIME=false<br /> MAX_RECENT_TASKS=false<br /> MIN_RECENT_TASKS=false<br /> APP_SWITCH_DELAY_TIME=false<br /> MAX_PROCESSES=false<br /> PROC_START_TIMEOUT=false<br /> CPU_MIN_CHECK_DURATION=false<br /> GC_TIMEOUT=false<br /> SERVICE_TIMEOUT=false<br /> MIN_CRASH_INTERVAL=false<br /> debug.sf.hw=1<br /> video.accelerate.hw=1<br /> windowsmgr.max_events_per_sec=150<br /> debug.performance.tuning=1<br /> ro.HOME_APP_ADJ=1
sent from Ziggy, while calculating the next leap home