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[ROM][03 Set] CoreDroid ONE X V4.4[THEMED][FAST|SMOOTH][CD Suite Tools][2.17] ONLINE!

22nd April 2012, 05:20 AM |#301  
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I always replace the 4x2 clock/weather with the smaller 4x1 one.
When I removed the default one and then long pressed the screen to add the other widget, it didn't show any widgets at all, was stuck again for about 30 secs and then the HTC sense FC came up..
 
 
22nd April 2012, 05:26 AM |#302  
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I always replace the 4x2 clock/weather with the smaller 4x1 one.
When I removed the default one and then long pressed the screen to add the other widget, it didn't show any widgets at all, was stuck again for about 30 secs and then the HTC sense FC came up..

HUH weird. It worked fine for me. Isn't that how it always goes My only guess is the phone was resource hungry coming into a fresh install. And didn't have the avalible memory to run that request. Please try a few more times and see if the problem persist's Let us know ok.
22nd April 2012, 05:29 AM |#303  
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HUH weird. It worked fine for me. Isn't that how it always goes My only guess is the phone was resource hungry coming into a fresh install. And didn't have the avalible memory to run that request. Please try a few more times and see if the problem persist's Let us know ok.

Yeah I thought so too mate although i waited about 5 minutes after I started messing around.
Anyway, second time it worked just fine
Have a good night bro and thanks again for ur help
22nd April 2012, 05:31 AM |#304  
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Yeah I thought so too mate although i waited about 5 minutes after I started messing around.
Anyway, second time it worked just fine
Have a good night bro and thanks again for ur help

No problem bro. Enjoy it
22nd April 2012, 05:39 AM |#305  
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No problem bro. Enjoy it

Will do
Damn I can't get used yet to battery draining so fast on this phone!
Already to 93% lol
G'night will post feedback tommorow
22nd April 2012, 05:56 AM |#306  
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Guys i am stuck in installation where it says "please select flashing method below"
I chose "advanced installation" but the device is not responding anymore...
Any thoughts? Press the power button for 10 secs maybe to restart the device or it won't work?

EDIT: I have already flashed the boot.img through fastboot

I had the same prob at exactly the same screen it froze and wouldn't respond (so did my heart) but same as you I rebooted the fastboot and second time lucky

first impressions of v2.0? I like it no major bugs found and some new awesome theming done and the crt animation (downanimation) was a cool surprise ...
awesome work guys and well worth the wait
22nd April 2012, 05:57 AM |#307  
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Will do
Damn I can't get used yet to battery draining so fast on this phone!
Already to 93% lol
G'night will post feedback tommorow

LOL, those 4 cores are power hungry But standby is freakin amazing. For me around 1% an hour. I usually get around 18 hours with normal use. 24 hours easily with light use.
22nd April 2012, 06:44 AM |#308  
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LOL, those 4 cores are power hungry But standby is freakin amazing. For me around 1% an hour. I usually get around 18 hours with normal use. 24 hours easily with light use.

Yeah standby is freakin amazing indeed! But the huge screen and the 4 cores devour the batt lol

EDIT: I get wifi AND mob data disconnected if i leave the screen off for a long time..
What might cause this? In advanced wifi settings should the "Leave wifi on when in sleep" option be set to always or never??
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22nd April 2012, 06:47 AM |#309  
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Ima make some that are the same size as mine, the ones our Team uses seem to be a little bigger so ima make some for everyone else that's the same size.

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22nd April 2012, 09:42 AM |#310  
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Will do
Damn I can't get used yet to battery draining so fast on this phone!
Already to 93% lol
G'night will post feedback tommorow

Quote:
Originally Posted by DanteGR

Yeah standby is freakin amazing indeed! But the huge screen and the 4 cores devour the batt lol

EDIT: I get wifi AND mob data disconnected if i leave the screen off for a long time..
What might cause this? In advanced wifi settings should the "Leave wifi on when in sleep" option be set to always or never??
Thanks

Sent from my CoreDroid powered HTC One X via Tapatalk 2

The phone is power hungry, but I find that after a while it gets better. As far as wifi goes, enter settings, then advanced menu... wifi--- menu --- advanced --- second button (keep wifi on during sleep) --- choose always or what you want. I also use spare parts.
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