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Asus widget ports tested on CM9 TP

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21st April 2012, 04:56 PM   |  #41  
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Thanks for this! I installed a new ROM on my Transformer Prime and was really missing the Asus email widget, this is just what I was looking for and worked perfectly
22nd April 2012, 11:33 PM   |  #42  
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Originally Posted by mistabelmont

Per request Im posting some Asus native widgets:


I have some more Asus native apps/widgets/wallpapers - if anyone wants let me know.


Thank you very much... They work great on my G slate, wheres the wallpapers at :)


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23rd April 2012, 01:46 AM   |  #43  
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Anybody know how to keep these when flashing a new CM9 nightly? The weather one can be installed like a regular apk since it doesn't replace a system app, but others that replace system apps cannot be and it looks like they get overwritten by the next rom flash. Do I have to place a copy of the apk somewhere else, I was thinking of trying /data/app since thats where updated system apps like Google Play updates go, while the older apk stays in /system.
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Anybody know how to keep these when flashing a new CM9 nightly? The weather one can be installed like a regular apk since it doesn't replace a system app, but others that replace system apps cannot be and it looks like they get overwritten by the next rom flash. Do I have to place a copy of the apk somewhere else, I was thinking of trying /data/app since thats where updated system apps like Google Play updates go, while the older apk stays in /system.

Due to your same question, I actually made a folder in my download folder and called it Asus, I keep a copy of all of the ones I use in there so that when I do flash the nightly's or any updates, I can get back to the way I was setup in no time. Yes i do redo it every time manually (except the ones with signed apk's.)

Now I wish they had made a calendar app/widget that looked and worked the same as the rest of theirs, that would make my homescreen absolutely perfect.
23rd April 2012, 04:19 AM   |  #45  
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Originally Posted by spunker88

Anybody know how to keep these when flashing a new CM9 nightly? The weather one can be installed like a regular apk since it doesn't replace a system app, but others that replace system apps cannot be and it looks like they get overwritten by the next rom flash. Do I have to place a copy of the apk somewhere else, I was thinking of trying /data/app since thats where updated system apps like Google Play updates go, while the older apk stays in /system.

You simply put them in the /system/app folder of the zip archive before flashing

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Thank you very much... They work great on my G slate, wheres the wallpapers at :)


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as requested

For jpegs i use "HP Touchpad Wallpaper Applier" - I think its in the market. For apk - normal installation, asterwards select it under live wallpapers.
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27th April 2012, 02:34 PM   |  #47  
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Not sure if this one was posted. Its a little tricky to get it to work on TP - when selecting it from live wallpapers you have to hit 'set wallpaper' before preview is finished loading otherwise it FC. However, once wp is set it works fine with no crashes.
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29th April 2012, 04:32 PM   |  #48  
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Has any one had problems with the Asus email widget after updating to the latest cm9 official nightly (28/04/2012)?

The widget no longer works for me. All the other Asus Widgets work.
1st May 2012, 01:56 AM   |  #49  
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Has any one had problems with the Asus email widget after updating to the latest cm9 official nightly (28/04/2012)?

The widget no longer works for me. All the other Asus Widgets work.

Just copy them back to system/apps. . When i update to a new build, on my g slate. . They stop working also.. So just copy them back on there.. Solved....

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Excellent stuff! Thanks op

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