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[CM11][HALO][Active Display] ZenROM [XT1052]


This is a simple CM11 ROM with small additions such as:

- a resizable and movable HALO,
- Active Display (!!!),
- Non-Intrusive Caller ID,
- Status Bar,
- Notification Panel,
- Clock,
- On-Screen Navigation and
- general UI tweaks.


Link: http://goo.gl/mjaGcw

GApps: http://goo.gl/3Qa43p


Screenshots of features:




SOURCE - Original ROM: http://teamuscellular.com/Forum/topi...zenrom-xt1055/

I made it for XT1052 / XT1053.
TESTED.

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Question:
By active display, does it function like the stock one (you pick up the phone and the screen will light up itself)?

My answer:
Yes, partially.

Pocket Mode works perfectly - I have tried many ROMs (Gummy, LiquidSmooth), but this has the best implementation of Active Display.
You need to check the settings.

Diplay will light up when:
- any notifications arrives,
- you pull it from the pocket,
- you move your hand about 5 cm above proximity sensor (upper part of the phone)


Motorola uses the gyroscope and proximity sensor, this AOSP Active Display uses only the proximity sensor.

(I need to say that no 3-rd party app can work like Motorola Active Display because it is somehow hard-coded in the framework and in my opinion in the kernel as well.)
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Thanks. By active display, does it function like the stock one (you pick up the phone and the screen will light up itself)?
 
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nice glad to see some more development
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So what did you change from the original ROM? Anything?
Nexus 5: Personal Paranoid Android nightly build
HTC One: Paranoid Android official beta
Samsung Infuse 4g: Beanstalk
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My personal nightly builds from Paranoid Android source

With Halo: Nightly folder
Without Halo: Nightly folder

Also, you can check out the thread for updates and info.
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So what did you change from the original ROM? Anything?
Only the build.prop in order to be able to install it on my XT1052 - I am running on this ROM and it runs perfectly.

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Thanks. By active display, does it function like the stock one (you pick up the phone and the screen will light up itself)?
Yes, partially.

Pocket Mode works perfectly - I have tried many ROMs (Gummy, LiquidSmooth), but this has the best implementation of Active Display.
You need to check the settings.

Diplay will light up when:
- any notifications arrives,
- you pull it from the pocket,
- you move your hand about 5 cm above proximity sensor (upper part of the phone)


Motorola uses the gyroscope and proximity sensor, this AOSP Active Display uses only the proximity sensor.

(I need to say that no 3-rd party app can work like Motorola Active Display because it is somehow hard-coded in the framework and in my opinion in the kernel as well.)
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Only the build.prop in order to be able to install it on my XT1052 - I am running on this ROM and it runs perfectly.



Yes, partially.

Pocket Mode works perfectly - I have tried many ROMs (Gummy, LiquidSmooth), but this has the best implementation of Active Display.
You need to check the settings.

Diplay will light up when:
- any notifications arrives,
- you pull it from the pocket,
- you move your hand about 5 cm above proximity sensor (upper part of the phone)


Motorola uses the gyroscope and proximity sensor, this AOSP Active Display uses only the proximity sensor.

(I need to say that no 3-rd party app can work like Motorola Active Display because it is somehow hard-coded in the framework and in my opinion in the kernel as well.)
This "Active Display" hasn't got breathing option, only the redisplay notifications, and the minimum value is 1 minute (too much. Optimal is 4-5 sec), so this active display useless for me
 
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Yes, it is what I wrote already = this free AOSP Active Display uses only the Proximity Sensor, not the Gyroscope like Motorola AD.
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Yes, it is what I wrote already = this free AOSP Active Display uses only the Proximity Sensor, not the Gyroscope like Motorola AD.
?? Gyroscope sensor and Breathe notifications option is two different things...Dynamic notifications program (Active Display clone) has breathe notification option, and doesn't use gyroscope sensor.
 
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Video record just can set to CIF or QVGA,
Does any patch can fix it?

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