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  Reply # 429741 22-Jan-2011 06:32 Send private message

I see what you mean. Very nifty. when my apps downloaded things went sour with my phone so I never saw any screen that explained the changes in the new versions. Thanks for pointing it out :-)




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  Reply # 429827 22-Jan-2011 12:38 Send private message

DrD:
Neets: I went to the market and it down loaded the new version. I don't see anything different than I had before. I wonder if the theme I have it's overriding it some how.


In Launcher Pro 0.8.3
Change the Transition effect
Under

Settings
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Transition effect

Options are
- Scale
- Rotate
- Flip
- Cube 


They're super cool :)

Edit: I was wondering if I should wipe the Dalvik Cache in CWM. Seems like most people recommend it after/before flashing a new rom, and it is only a cache so its safe(doesn't remove apps etc etc) right? I've only had a few apps force close but I thought it could be to do with the dalvik cache.




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  Reply # 429839 22-Jan-2011 13:05 Send private message

I always wipe the cache and Dalvik too




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  Reply # 429845 22-Jan-2011 13:30 Send private message

Neets: I always wipe the cache and Dalvik too


Is it alright to do the dalvik wipe if your not changing roms?as I forgot to do it at that time




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  Reply # 429856 22-Jan-2011 14:01 Send private message

Shrapnel:
Neets: I always wipe the cache and Dalvik too


Is it alright to do the dalvik wipe if your not changing roms?as I forgot to do it at that time


Yes, when you reboot it'll take a little bit while it recreates the cache.  If you've got TB, there's an option in there:  Clean up the Dalvik cache.  It's under Menu | More.




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  Reply # 429873 22-Jan-2011 15:02 Send private message

Has anyone tried establishing a Bluetooth DUN connection using this phone?

I'm using *99# as the dialup number, and no user/pass - This is info lifted from guides I've seen elsewhere on Geekzone. No luck as yet.

Does anyone have any pointers?
 

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  Reply # 429887 22-Jan-2011 15:39 Send private message

YodAboY: Has anyone tried establishing a Bluetooth DUN connection using this phone?

I'm using *99# as the dialup number, and no user/pass - This is info lifted from guides I've seen elsewhere on Geekzone. No luck as yet.

Does anyone have any pointers?
 


Hi there, I've not tried, but did a quick search on the Internet.  Had you come across this?  Which may not be very helpful if you're not Vodafone.  Maybe a post on the general Android or teleco thread.  Looks like the link I provided was updated by John i.e. the John from Vodafone that often responds to Vodafone related questions.




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  Reply # 429928 22-Jan-2011 17:10 Send private message

Thanks Neets - Yes, that is what I had tried, to no avail.

I've tried the same method on my old nokia, and it works fine.

Seems like an Android or i9000 issue, so I may have to stick with usb tethering.
 

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  Reply # 429930 22-Jan-2011 17:15 Send private message

Neets:
Shrapnel:
Neets: I always wipe the cache and Dalvik too


Is it alright to do the dalvik wipe if your not changing roms?as I forgot to do it at that time


Yes, when you reboot it'll take a little bit while it recreates the cache.  If you've got TB, there's an option in there:  Clean up the Dalvik cache.  It's under Menu | More.


Thanks Neets, that clears things up alot

Edit: Whats "TB" ? 




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  Reply # 429949 22-Jan-2011 17:44 Send private message

Shrapnel:
Neets:
Shrapnel:
Neets: I always wipe the cache and Dalvik too


Is it alright to do the dalvik wipe if your not changing roms?as I forgot to do it at that time


Yes, when you reboot it'll take a little bit while it recreates the cache.  If you've got TB, there's an option in there:  Clean up the Dalvik cache.  It's under Menu | More.


Thanks Neets, that clears things up alot

Edit: Whats "TB" ? 


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  Reply # 429973 22-Jan-2011 19:33 Send private message

Neets:
Shrapnel:
Neets:
Shrapnel:
Neets: I always wipe the cache and Dalvik too


Is it alright to do the dalvik wipe if your not changing roms?as I forgot to do it at that time


Yes, when you reboot it'll take a little bit while it recreates the cache.  If you've got TB, there's an option in there:  Clean up the Dalvik cache.  It's under Menu | More.


Thanks Neets, that clears things up alot

Edit: Whats "TB" ? 


Shorthand for Titanium Backup :-D


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  Reply # 429981 22-Jan-2011 19:50 Send private message

I flashed a new beta rom today. Did all the factory reset and wipes. Now on JP3. Will test the battery life tonight. Oh and because I had a wipe rom I restored with TB ;-)




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  Reply # 430023 22-Jan-2011 21:31 Send private message

I can't seem to create a scrollable wallpaper. Image stays the same on all screens. Did 2.2.1 remove this feature? See attached image.

Also after flashing my first rom (CriskeloMOD-XXJPY ROM) + the JPA modem, my phone is fast, but my battery seems to discharge quicker. Need to test it out properly though. Also still experiencing loss of complete signal in full coverage areas, with the phone needing a reboot to get it working again. Cut out twice when I was in Auckland at BDO.





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  Reply # 430025 22-Jan-2011 21:42 Send private message

defragger: I can't seem to create a scrollable wallpaper. Image stays the same on all screens. Did 2.2.1 remove this feature? See attached image.

Also after flashing my first rom (CriskeloMOD-XXJPY ROM) + the JPA modem, my phone is fast, but my battery seems to discharge quicker. Need to test it out properly though. Also still experiencing loss of complete signal in full coverage areas, with the phone needing a reboot to get it working again. Cut out twice when I was in Auckland at BDO.
 [remove strange car picture to save space]

What launcher are you using?  Is there a setting in there that allows for scrollable wallpaper?
Sounds like your modem isn't suitable for NZ.  I'm not familiar with the rom you've flashed.  Is there any other modems you can flash?  I'm using JPY and I've never had a problem.




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  Reply # 430029 22-Jan-2011 21:47 Send private message

defragger: I can't seem to create a scrollable wallpaper. Image stays the same on all screens. Did 2.2.1 remove this feature? See attached image.

Also after flashing my first rom (CriskeloMOD-XXJPY ROM) + the JPA modem, my phone is fast, but my battery seems to discharge quicker. Need to test it out properly though. Also still experiencing loss of complete signal in full coverage areas, with the phone needing a reboot to get it working again. Cut out twice when I was in Auckland at BDO.



i was randomly getting this wallpaper problem after going to 2.2.1 also. after flashing darky's rom i had 2 launchers and a launcher selector (ADWlauncher or modified Touchwiz) and swapping between the two seemed to "fix" the windowframe from the rectangle in your screenshot, to the correct sized one. i couldnt tell you what happened, it just seemed stuck with the wrong sized frame, then after switching bck and forth to the other launcher and trying to reset the wallpapers, it fixed itself??? i read somewher that this may be a bug somewhere with the default box ratio somewhere. dunno. try installing a different launcher and play around with the set-wallpaper option in both of them

as for BDO i was surprised to have full signal and data on xt all day, facebook etc worked as normal, txts surprisingly on time, everywhere from boiiler room to drinking cage to top of grandstands... im surprised the JPA modem let you down, cus im using the same.. maybe somehow its something to do with the criskelo rom but i couldnt think how/why

ps: rammstein was the craziest stage show i ever seen. tool was too mellow... and MIA i thought was 90% strangled electronic rubbish and ppl were only in there to get out of the rain... how was your day :)




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