Originally Posted by mite_jan
could it be that Thalamus has removed the FM radio support from his stable non modified kernel (becouse Oxygen doesnt support FM in its latest version)[COLOR="Silver"]
edit: i have already tested and i can confirm that what you did there is useless
by default when the screen is off the CPU clock is 245 (non modified Thalamus kernel)
not sure if you use the stock modified kernel though
p.s is there anyway we can go lower than 245MHZ ? when the screen is off , for example 128mhz , and are we going to get some more juice with it ?
but that requires some skills isnt it
if you changed kernel to stock thalamus, this is probably the reason why your fm radio doesn't work anymore.
with regards to CPU settings, you're right, just leaving it will default to 245 screen off. i just use the inbuilt cpu settings rather than SetCPU.
i think i read somewhere that lowering it further to 128MHz really doesn't gain that much, but can make it slow to wake up. i could be wrong, would require another kernel modification though
Originally Posted by albert_htc
I'm currently running MildWild 3.6 and have customised my status bar & powerwidget bar.
Can anyone advise how I copy these customisations (icon sets etc ) across to v4.0 ?
I don't have the original files and they weren’t from UOT.
it's a bit tricky, as i don't think you can just copy your systemUI and framework.res across into the v4.0 zip, i think there are other changes which are incompatible.
you don't have the original files, but you can extract them from your current rom. copy systemUI from system/app and framework-res from system/framework to your sd card (assuming you're s-off this is easy), then move and extract them onto your PC using something like 7zip
you can find all your image files within res/drawable-hdpi.
then it's a case of manually copying these files into the v4.0 equivalent files. again use 7zip to drag and drop everything, don't extract any files as this complicates things. also don't rename anything, as i think the filenames need to match up exactly.
a bit of a hassle, but i know how obsessive we can be about icons...i confess myself am included in this
definitely nandroid backup before you try any of this! i ended up with no status bar one time i tried to replace the notification power widget icons manually