I just installed Poweramp and was surprised that on holding up/down volume buttons the track wasn't skipped.
Went through settings but didn't found any options for that, like on print screen from that thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1543927.
I know I can write a script and I can have the script output the command to skip track. the issue I have is how do I take constant audio samples from the mic and dispose of them without causing a major drain on the system.
I was wondering if it would be possible to change the time it takes,after sleeping, for the phone to activate the lock screen while the phone is charging And not have it affect the regular time it takes for the screen to lock.
I was thinking this would be useful for playing music in the car: it would eliminate the need to swipe the pattern before switching songs, making for safer driving.
Late last week, Motorola introduced Motorola Skip, which is a small clip that you can clip to your belt or shirt that will unlock your Moto X with a single tap. This is especially important for those of you that use a security lock screen such as a PIN or pattern, which I highly recommend.
Just as a note, when I makepkg with my own source I make use of some useful tricks:To build the src folder skipping the prepare() function:makepkg -seTo repackage, skipping the build() function this will rm the pkg directory and skip straight to the package() function:makepkg -RYou can add 'SKIP' to your md5 array to skip integrity checks and you can set a PKGEXT variable to '.pkg.t