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[ROM][ICS][AOSP][17-4-2012][Info]Oxygen 3.0 early builds - Build 2(by AdamG)

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where i can set deadline , smartassv2 ecc...and where i can choose the face unlock option ?
 
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where i can set deadline , smartassv2 ecc...and where i can choose the face unlock option ?
download NStools (search in play store) to set the things and for face unlock you go to settings>security>screen lock and select face unlock
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Volume rocker wake doesnt work for me.

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Haha i meant the volume thing for songs. It works now no worries

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Switched back to Oxygen 2.3.1 just out of curiosity, after some time in ICS.. boy oh boy. It was just made for our phone. Blazing fast...just plainly a better user experience. I am tempted to stick to it.

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Hmm i read that a lot, still i doubt if gingerbread is really faster. The transition animations in ics makes it feel slower . Disable all the fancy transitions and there is not any more lag in ics than in gingerbread. A lot is based on feel and not on cold hard figures

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Would love aokp style notification toggles rather than cm9

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The feature i miss the most is the autodim backlight.....really it annoys me when the screen keep a high level of light, only way is to put the lockscreen...
 
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Adam,will there ever be a version of Oxygen 3 with on-screen buttons, disabled capacitive buttons (like on MIUI ICS)?

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