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[ROM][4.2.2][05/08]Slim Bean - I9100 [Build 8][FINAL]

12th February 2013, 06:00 PM   |  #941  
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revolt 3.2

Then stop of asking for an ETA since it isn't allowed. And about the thread probably you don't know but there are two threads, one for the v3.1 and this one, this ROM currently are on RC the nightlys are the past.
12th February 2013, 06:44 PM   |  #942  
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please make more clock alarm sound in next release ,yes?

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12th February 2013, 07:02 PM   |  #943  
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Or you could just drop your alarm sounds in Notifications or Alarms directory in your sdcard..

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Hey guys, loving rc2 so far! Its really fast and stable.

Just one thing, when I scroll through the home screens, it sometimes flashes the next screen just as i scroll. Is it a launcher glitch?

Im running everything stock with elastic and infinite scrolling enabled.

Sent from my GT-I9100 using Tapatalk 2

Hi, I had this issue with holo launcher hd whilst using card stack transition. It also happens with trebuchet launcher. The only way to resolve this issue, for me, was to change from card stack to tablet transition.

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Or you could just drop your alarm sounds in Notifications or Alarms directory in your sdcard..

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no when I will copy in the system folder media datei make error.......

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no when I will copy in the system folder media datei make error......

In your internal sdcard (/storage/sdcard0/Notifications), not system folder

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12th February 2013, 08:49 PM   |  #947  
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hey guys great rom!!
thank you very much for your time

been using rc2 since this afternoon and i find it perfect but i found some issue not adressed before:

-some random reboot while phone was idle with the screen off
-the battery icon circle+percentage and dotted circle+percentage don't show percentage
-both incoming and outgoing call log always show 0 mins 0 secs

And one question: there is a way to disable the crt-off effect??
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@steveria79:
just tested it:
create alarms directory in /sdcard/media/audio.
put file in /sdcard/media/audio/alarms, then choose it in alarm clock settings. Works for me.
alternatively install ES File Explorer, so you can choose your music file from wherever you put it.

also tested with ringtone:
put file into /sdcard/media/audio/ringtones, so it is listed at sounds as ringtone

to make it work the id3 media tag "title" of the music file have to be set.

@pocvitaldo:
circle+percentage works here... just don't show if battery is at 100% - is it?
call times are mapped wrong here. Shows hours as minutes and minutes as seconds. So if you call less than 1 minute nothing is showed. Every minute will be showed as secs
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13th February 2013, 09:39 AM   |  #949  
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Hi,

a bit OT: is there a noise reduction option in this ROM? So when I am outside in traffic, it isolates other sounds but my voice.
I also remember that when a person stopped talking to me, the voice transferring stopped like the line was dropped (like he/she would mute the sound), but then when the person continue talking again, the sound was back again. It was a nice feature, but I cannot remember on which ROM I was, because on 4.1.2 SlimBean 3.1.0 this is not working.

I hope I did not complicate it too much

Thanks!
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I also remember that when a person stopped talking to me, the voice transferring stopped like the line was dropped (like he/she would mute the sound), but then when the person continue talking again, the sound was back again.

That's how it's working for me on Slim Bean RC2

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