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  • About Flexer
    Service provider
    United Kingdom - T-Mobile (One2One)
    City
    London
    Home country
    United Kingdom
    Interests
    Programming
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    artiom@flexlabs.org
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    Google Nexus 4
    Google Nexus 7 2013
    Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101

    All running CyanogenMod or related roms

    My projects:
    Dual Battery Widget (Market Link)

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  • Last Activity: 1st June 2014 02:23 AM
  • Join Date: 31st December 2006
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54 Yeah, I know that there are a couple of these apps out there already, but I made this one for a couple reasons: 1) I wanted a resizable widget, that showed the status of both batteries in graphical form 2) I wanted it to be light and non battery...
9 Welp, I haven't made any updates in some time, but here's a big one! I've landed with a bunch of free time, and managed to dedicate as much time for the widget as I could. Got some bugfixes in, as well as managed to unify the interface in one set ...
4 Well, I'm finally back, and I'm here with an update! (finally :P ) I know it's much later than I promised, but I've stumbled on a couple bugs just before releasing it last week, so I had to fix them first (that, plus flat hunting in December is.....
4 As promised, I just updated the widget with some new functionality and an options dialog.. Check the first post for new features and new screens :)
2 No, you're kind of right, I haven't read the thread, and I don't know about the issues with the 3.2.1 update. The only reason I noticed this thread was because of the reference to my widget, questions whether it caused the drain, and misunderstan...