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  Reply # 507445 16-Aug-2011 16:44 Send private message

I used Launcher Pro Plus exclusively on my SGS but found it didn't work very well and the scaling made it look a bit weird on the Sensation. Also Beautiful Widgets look fugly on the Sensation due to scaling issues. 




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  Reply # 507448 16-Aug-2011 16:55 Send private message

Yeah, tried beautiful widgets and then got a refund. went back to fancy widgets paid version.

 

 



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  Reply # 507479 16-Aug-2011 18:14 Send private message

updating to P3D 4.0 now, will let you know my thoughts and any issues

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  Reply # 507490 16-Aug-2011 18:28 Send private message

You going sense or no sense? I tried the no sense and was running with around 220mb free mem and 250mb after killing all apps.

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  Reply # 507493 16-Aug-2011 18:34 Send private message

went with sense, cant believe how slick and fast it is, yet to find any problems.

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  Reply # 507495 16-Aug-2011 18:38

CdTDroiD:
BadCam: I've tried Insert coin and also updated the radio, but now I'd like to try P3D V4.0 no-sense. Which radio version should I re-flash please? Is there one that you guys consider to be optimal for TelecomXT?



Also, can you folks please give me some advice as to how I do the following:

1) On the lock screen, how do I get the Icons to change orientation when the screen is rotated horizontally?

2) When I pull down the notifications, how do I get it to show me "Quick Settings" by default, instead of Notifications?

3) If I'm using Skype and turn of the screen, for me, the volume control doesn't work. How can I get Skype to recognise the Volume control on the side of the phone, when the screen is off?

Thanks.



1. you cant, the sensation doesnt support it

2. you also cant (not without alot of code changes)

3. im not sure you can, but ill look into it for you 



So, 1 & 2 can't even be done with a Custom ROM?  Innocent

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  Reply # 508135 17-Aug-2011 17:51 Send private message

Could some of you guys please run sunspider web browser benchmark and post your scores?




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  Reply # 508142 17-Aug-2011 18:13 Send private message

Here are my results


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  Reply # 508145 17-Aug-2011 18:15 Send private message

Wow nice are you running P3D? I remember running it on stock rom and getting ~6000ms




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  Reply # 508148 17-Aug-2011 18:17 Send private message

lokhor: Wow nice are you running P3D? I remember running it on stock rom and getting ~6000ms


Yeah, P3D 4.0 with the original kernel 

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  Reply # 508150 17-Aug-2011 18:19 Send private message

got a link? (not found in market)

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  Reply # 508152 17-Aug-2011 18:20 Send private message

Just google sunspider




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  Reply # 508154 17-Aug-2011 18:24 Send private message

It'd be interesting to compare this to someone running a stock rom.

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  Reply # 508192 17-Aug-2011 19:49 Send private message

On LeeDroid 2.2
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