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Topic # 116564 2-May-2013 16:56
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I've got a HTC One X (rooted running Cynogenmod 10.1).

I have downloaded the 2Degrees android app and can log in.  But it asks me if I want to stay logged in and I click yes.  However when I return to the app it always asks me to log back in.

Does anyone else have this issue and is there a workaround or a better app?


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  Reply # 810396 2-May-2013 18:49
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Yeah i have the same on my 2 Degrees Nexus 4, same since day one.

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  Reply # 810429 2-May-2013 19:43
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It's a Jelly Bean problem. You can use NZ Phone Account/widget app.




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  Reply # 810615 3-May-2013 08:20
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ok great, thanks.

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  Reply # 810656 3-May-2013 10:25
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n4: It's a Jelly Bean problem. You can use NZ Phone Account/widget app.


That's a bit defeatist.
The 2degrees toolbox app doesn't seem to have this issue, alongside a load of others.
The app would be useful if it worked and looked correctly.
On my nexus 4 the bottom icon row is only part way across the screen horizontally and covers the "Mobile data" option.

More work needed.

Damian

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  Reply # 810819 3-May-2013 14:22
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Agree completely. But that's not what the OP was looking for.




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  Reply # 810820 3-May-2013 14:22
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Agree completely. But that's not what the OP was looking for.




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  Reply # 810885 3-May-2013 15:38
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n4: Agree completely. But that's not what the OP was looking for.


It was. I agree there is better app (as in 2Degrees toolbox).
Only trying to help 2D in providing a great user experience (a working app).

Damian

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