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  Reply # 551653 30-Nov-2011 01:30
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CdTDroiD: Latest ROM for ya's ;) HERE


grabbing now :-) will post feedback later today.




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  Reply # 551654 30-Nov-2011 06:14
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CdTDroiD: Latest ROM for ya's ;) HERE


Excellent, well done!!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 551735 30-Nov-2011 10:55
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Nice work :)

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  Reply # 551744 30-Nov-2011 11:10
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Will have to give your rom a try after I have a good go on the latest CM7 nightlies.

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  Reply # 551756 30-Nov-2011 11:30
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congrats looks good I'll have a better look tonight when I get home




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  Reply # 551946 30-Nov-2011 18:13
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Damager:
CdTDroiD: Latest ROM for ya's ;) HERE


grabbing now :-) will post feedback later today.


very very niceeeeeeeeee!

First impressions are that i feel like i havent left Dlev 3.1. Downloaded last night and flashed while at work..

The whole OS is feeling very fluid and smooth.

Great job CdTDroiD!  




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- Business Hours - Work In The Electricity Industry, After Hours - DJ/Turntablist - Will Scratch Vinyl For Free'
- What's next??? S3?

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  Reply # 551947 30-Nov-2011 18:17
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Damager:
Damager:
CdTDroiD: Latest ROM for ya's ;) HERE


grabbing now :-) will post feedback later today.


very very niceeeeeeeeee!

First impressions are that i feel like i havent left Dlev 3.1. Downloaded last night and flashed while at work..

The whole OS is feeling very fluid and smooth.

Great job CdTDroiD!  


I would like to see the battery as number like Dlev instead of stock bar, is that possible? 

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  Reply # 552043 30-Nov-2011 22:48
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droan:
I would like to see the battery as number like Dlev instead of stock bar, is that possible? 


http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1188132

Flash the KJ3 zip and you will have a percentage battery, only difference to Dlev it is vertical.

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  Reply # 552066 1-Dec-2011 00:32
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Chex:
droan:
I would like to see the battery as number like Dlev instead of stock bar, is that possible? 


http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1188132

Flash the KJ3 zip and you will have a percentage battery, only difference to Dlev it is vertical.


Easier way, is just to go into Jkay settings and enable "show battery level" then you get the battery charge as a number




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  Reply # 552162 1-Dec-2011 11:03
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I've got my tinfoil hat on. I'm not too concerned as i don't eorceive it will be to invasive nor info taken to sensitive.




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lyonrouge: Is this true, and if so, is it in the SII?
http://gizmodo.com/5863849/your-android-phone-is-secretly-recording-everything-you-do

It's certainly true that some Android phones have this installed. I think it's mostly at the request of the major US cellular networks, who have a history of being pricks when it comes to software in their phones.

To check if the software is on your phone, you'll need a file explorer that lets you look outside of your SD card (e.g. ES File Explorer or Astro). Check the /system/lib folder for any files named libiq_*.so. If you find anything, chances are that the software is installed. From what I've read, if it's in there then the only way to get it out is to switch to a firmware that doesn't have it. It hooks into the system pretty deeply, and is very hard to remove.

I've checked my phone (Cognition 1.5.1) and the files aren't present. The Cognition ROMs are lightly-modified stock, so chances are that the stock Euro firmware is OK. It's possible that the Vodafone or Telecom variants may have the software, but someone else will need to check that.

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  Reply # 552211 1-Dec-2011 12:13
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Check this thread out as well. http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=11&topicid=93878

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  Reply # 552233 1-Dec-2011 12:45
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Mine is Telecom, I'll have a look this afternoon. Considering what they did with the browser I would image they included this as well.

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  Reply # 552236 1-Dec-2011 12:46
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I run custom roms so I doubt I'll have it.




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