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I'm running the ics boot loader, but I shouldn't make any difference.
In play store page of honeybar, it says there's an option to shift the honey bar button to the left by 75 pixels, which is enough.
And in settings > system > combined bar, there's an option for auto hiding the bar
Once more: open this url and try to install it. It will say that your device is not supported. Same for google music, google earth, etc. If you'll try to find'em in play app - it just wont show'em, just becaue it thinks that your device is unsupported. Couple builds before i was able to install'em without problems.
Also, I think the only reason why the Superwipe isnt working, is this rom/kernel combo doesn't support EXT4... which is a boon if you ask me, a HUGE boon... (not a dev, just a thought...)
NFO: I have always used Superwipe with a 100% success rate on any other rom, even this one for the first few release's (still being lazy, haven't updated to the latest or even the last 3 release's...), ill give it a whirl when I get around to it and report my findings... but again, did it when coming to this rom and the 2 updates afterwards with no issues... so dunno whatsup...
I don't think connecting to ad hoc network is supported in CM9 and other AOSP roms. I had the same problem with a few other ROMs.
If you are using Windows 7, download Virtual Router Manager and set up a wifi network with that program. CM9 will see it because it's a "real" access point, not an ad hoc.
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