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[ROM][4.2.2][AOKP/CM/PA] Note 2 Vanilla RootBox[Unofficial][Discontinued]

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19th February 2013, 09:55 PM   |  #141  
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Re: [ROM][4.2.2][AOKP/CM/PA] Note 2 Vanilla RootBox[Unofficial] [Per-App-DPI][PIE]
I have used to CWM since my first android device (nexus one
But if i have to twrp, i will.
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19th February 2013, 11:24 PM   |  #142  
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I have used to CWM since my first android device (nexus one
But if i have to twrp, i will.
Thanks bro

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Well to be honest I've never used TWRP on my Note 2 simply because I've never had any issues with CWM... I'm on CWM 6.0.1.9 I flashed with Rom Manager, and I'm constantly swapping between my other roms and I've never had a problem, I always stick with CWM to be honest, so you can almost guarantee that it will flash with CWM because I will have done it with that

So bearing that in mind it could be a bad download, I've looked through updater-script and there doesn't seem like anything that would cause a status 7 error, so it might be worth downloading it again...
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20th February 2013, 01:04 AM   |  #143  
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This rom seems very interesting. I really wanna flash it but the only thing stopping me is that '0' folder which is automatically created. Is there any way to stop it from creating itself. It makes difficult to swap between this(aosp) and sammy roms. Thanks in advance.

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This rom seems very interesting. I really wanna flash it but the only thing stopping me is that '0' folder which is automatically created. Is there any way to stop it from creating itself. It makes difficult to swap between this(aosp) and sammy roms. Thanks in advance.

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There is no way to stop it... its a part of android 4.2 unfortunately
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This rom seems very interesting. I really wanna flash it but the only thing stopping me is that '0' folder which is automatically created. Is there any way to stop it from creating itself. It makes difficult to swap between this(aosp) and sammy roms. Thanks in advance.

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All 4.2 roms will do it. Even sammy rom when they will be updated to 4.2.
The 0 folder is there for the default user data and additional user profiles will get subsequent numeration to store their data
Multiuser is coded too deep in 4.2 to be removed

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Thanks for the answers guys.

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20th February 2013, 03:57 AM   |  #147  
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I installed the rom and it looked excellent. Really impressive. The problems started when I tried to add "Profile" to the Statusbar Toggles. System UI kept crashing. I ended up doing a full wipe and reinstall to rectify the problem. Now the Statusbar Toggles won't appear when I tap the icon on the Statusbar. I reinstalled again, but same problem. Help!

Edit: I hadn't installed Gapps. After I did that the toggles now work. There's definitely a major issue with adding "Profile" to the toggles though.
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Tablet UI does work my friends!! Thats the only way I rock my note. Here we go..
First change your dpi. You gotta set up the xposed framework, installing it first, then reboot, come back to xposed, click modules, selcet per app dpi module, reboot again.
Now, go to settings, per-app settings, change android system and system ui.. Dpi, change to 192, then change screen to 1000x1600 and finally check xlarge res, and lastly save. You have to change and save each one! Now reboot.
Go to settings, rom control, general ui, ui mode and click tablet. Now, back out and go to navigation bar and check the first option, "Enable bar" Scroll down to navigation bar height and select 48 dp, this is to remove the extra space you would otherwise have, now reboot and you should have tablet ui with the status bar at the BOTTOM w/ the navigation bar.

Afterwards, you can go to rom control, navigation bar, then where it says combined bar width port, adjust that to change the size of your navbar.
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Re: [ROM][4.2.2][AOKP/CM/PA] Note 2 Vanilla RootBox[Unofficial] [Per-App-DPI][PIE]
iam on this rom but is redpill working ? great work

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20th February 2013, 03:42 PM   |  #150  
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Tablet UI does work my friends!! Thats the only way I rock my note. Here we go..
First change your dpi. You gotta set up the xposed framework, installing it first, then reboot, come back to xposed, click modules, selcet per app dpi module, reboot again.
Now, go to settings, per-app settings, change android system and system ui.. Dpi, change to 192, then change screen to 1000x1600 and finally check xlarge res, and lastly save. You have to change and save each one! Now reboot.
Go to settings, rom control, general ui, ui mode and click tablet. Now, back out and go to navigation bar and check the first option, "Enable bar" Scroll down to navigation bar height and select 48 dp, this is to remove the extra space you would otherwise have, now reboot and you should have tablet ui with the status bar at the BOTTOM w/ the navigation bar.

Afterwards, you can go to rom control, navigation bar, then where it says combined bar width port, adjust that to change the size of your navbar.

I know this may sound like a stupid question -- I have tried tablet UI a few time with PA based ROMs but ... I was wondering what the advantage to the tablet UI is in your opinion? Is it mainly a cosmetic thing? or do you find another advantage to that screen format ?

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