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Barcode Scanner hack for Desire ICS

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9th February 2012, 05:03 PM   |  #11  
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Thank you sir. Worked.
10th February 2012, 12:02 AM   |  #12  
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Works great thanx
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Works well!
just annoying that g play tells me I should update.

Could you rename the app or something so g play does not recognize this as the normal zx ing barcode scanner?

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Works well!
just annoying that g play tells me I should update.

Could you rename the app or something so g play does not recognize this as the normal zx ing barcode scanner?

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No, sorry, I won't do that. It IS ZXing application and I won't make any changes to "re-identify" it differently.

I don't really understand why do you have to update it.

I have switched off all the automatic updates (and notifications) on my phone. Consumes less battery and it is much less annoying
Doing updates when I think I want to do that (in a controlled way) is much more safe and comfortable IMHO.

In addition, anyone who upgrades ICS to a newer version (whenever ICS camera gets completely fixed) can update the application in a native way instead of uninstalling, reinstalling, reconfiguring...
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