I recently bought a new phone - Samsung Galaxy s2 plus. I wanted to move to Cyanogenmod, only to find that the vibration doesn't work at all for the ROM for my model. Since I need that I stayed on the Samsung stock Jellybean ROM, and the only thing I really miss is Cyanogenmod's quick settings ribbon.
I was scrolling through the Developer Options for Cyanogenmod 10.1 on my Galaxy S3 LTE (GT-I9305), and I tried Emulate external displays. I set it to the maximum setting, and CyanogenMod crashed. It tried to reboot, but crashed immediately when loading.
I can't seem to reboot it anyhow, except for recovery (CWM 220.127.116.11). Clearing /cache gets me to the Android is upgrading...
I am using the Cyanogenmod 10 nightly builds and was wondering if there are supposed to be settings to adjust the time out of the softkey lights and if so where am I missing them or is there a possible work around?
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Right now I'm running CyanogenMod with the New Ported HTC Beats Application and the CyanogenMod DSP equalizer. I have uploaded the APK for the equalizer and the music player and the flashable zip for the Beats Application. I'll upload my setting in a few!
I recently read this paragraph from an article about the Cyanogenmod installer and its install process:
A few Android apps have "settings walkthroughs" like this, and
normally they are pretty confusing. Usually the app shows you
instructions, kicks you out to the settings, and requires you to hit
"back" to return to the app.
I have been using liquidsmooth for a while now, but thought I'd give cyanogenmod a try. One of the main features missing is the lockscreen torch which I use surprisingly often. Does anyone know if there is an add-on or anything for this? Done some searching and can't find anything.