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[Q] Few questions from new owner

OP geiswiz

4th January 2014, 05:34 PM   |  #1  
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I got my Nexus 5 yesterday and I have to say this phone is amazing! There are a few things that I'm missing that I had with my GS3 running slim bean:

1) Quiet time and profiles - these seem to have been removed in KitKat. They were stock features in JellyBean.

2) LED notification customization.

3) DPI settings.

The last 2 were features of slim. I'm currently running stock, rooted + Xposed with GravityBox. Is there any way to get these features without flashing a custom ROM? I know about light flow, but I was looking to see if this could be done with an Xsposed module.

Thanks!
4th January 2014, 05:44 PM   |  #2  
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3 try "app settings" xposed module.

Light flow is the best option for 1 & 2. People try to do everything via xposed. This is not what it is for. It is for system tweaks without modifying system. As gravitybox dev says, where there is an app to do what you want, use it.

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4th January 2014, 08:09 PM   |  #3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by geiswiz

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1) Quiet time and profiles - these seem to have been removed in KitKat. They were stock features in JellyBean.
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Profiles are not part of Android. They must have been a feature added by Samsung on your GS3.

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