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[MOD] New Quick Settings+sofkey+battery

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By acer73, Recognized Contributor on 1st December 2012, 07:08 PM
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This mod enhances the functionality of existing Quick Settings Tiles in Android 4.2 and adds new ones as well. Only for deodexed rom

Features:
- Press to directly toggle Wifi and long press to access Wifi settings menu
- Press to directly toggle Mobile Data and long press to access Mobile Data settings menu
- Press to directly toggle BT and long press to access BT settings menu
- Persistent GPS Tile: Press to toggle GPS and long press to access Location settings menu
- Add Auto Rotation Tile
- Add Volume Tile (Press to display media volume slider and long press to access Volume settings menu)
- Add Screen Off Tile
- Add Ringer Modes Tile
- Add Torch Tile
- Add Wifi AP Tile
- Control Panel application to show/hide Tiles
- Reorder the tiles by enabling them in the order you want them to be placed (first enabled toggle will be placed first etc.)
- New softkeys
- New H icon for signal

NB
This is a port of this work
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1999125 all credits to kevdliu. The Github repo for the commits are here: https://github.com/kevdliu/JB-MR1-QuickSettings


Here, image:




Stock look (only for deodexed rom 4.2.1 JPO40D 4.2.1) http://d-h.st/mBL

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1st December 2012, 07:21 PM |#2  
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Great work man will try

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Is this for 4.2.1 as well?

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1st December 2012, 07:28 PM |#3  
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Great work man will try

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Is this for 4.2.1 as well?

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Cool is there a download link for this?

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Cool is there a download link for this?

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Does this version show HSPA properly? Since the original was designed for the Verizon galaxy nexus, HSPA showed as 3G.
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Will this work on stock rooted?
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Will this work on stock rooted?

You can try, but for me no
1st December 2012, 08:07 PM |#9  
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So this would with deodexed rooted

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I don't know what Google was thinking with their quick panel setting choices

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