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[ROM][ICS][AROMA] JellyBeanRom ICS v8 [P75xx][01.04.2013]

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19th February 2013, 08:48 AM |#1271  
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Hide system bar in the power menu would be the most excellent of additions.

Hiding it is not really an option because "hiding" means killing the status bar which is a process, and therefore there will be no notifications.
I am using an apk which hides/kill the status bar but, occasionally I'm also using the tab also a sec phone and I cannot hide the bar... that's why I asked to-do if there's a way to make it transparent...
 
 
20th February 2013, 08:40 AM |#1272  
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Hiding it is not really an option because "hiding" means killing the status bar which is a process, and therefore there will be no notifications.
I am using an apk which hides/kill the status bar but, occasionally I'm also using the tab also a sec phone and I cannot hide the bar... that's why I asked to-do if there's a way to make it transparent...

I seem to remember in CM9 that fullscreen apps would hide the system bar and that CM10/.1 have a hide bar option in the power menu.

At the moment I use an app that also kills the system bar, but turns it back on after it is back from sleep. I would much rather have the option to turn it on in the power menu so I would not have to cycle through sleep mode. Or return the ability to hide it for fullscreen apps instead of just fading out the icons.
20th February 2013, 08:58 AM |#1273  
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I seem to remember in CM9 that fullscreen apps would hide the system bar and that CM10/.1 have a hide bar option in the power menu.

At the moment I use an app that also kills the system bar, but turns it back on after it is back from sleep. I would much rather have the option to turn it on in the power menu so I would not have to cycle through sleep mode. Or return the ability to hide it for fullscreen apps instead of just fading out the icons.

I don't know which app you use, but I use, even bought an app which does everything you've said, hide bar in specific apps, or simply by sliding 4 fingers on the display, anytime I wish it to be hid. And it does much more than hiding the status bar..
I don't know if I can put its name here, but surely I can PM you with its name if you are interested to try it... Just let me know.
21st February 2013, 01:48 AM |#1274  
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I don't know which app you use, but I use, even bought an app which does everything you've said, hide bar in specific apps, or simply by sliding 4 fingers on the display, anytime I wish it to be hid. And it does much more than hiding the status bar..
I don't know if I can put its name here, but surely I can PM you with its name if you are interested to try it... Just let me know.

I am intrigued. Pretty much what I want is to be able to disable it whenever I want even from within an app.
21st February 2013, 05:30 PM |#1275  
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I am intrigued. Pretty much what I want is to be able to disable it whenever I want even from within an app.

The app I mentioned, has the "ability"/option to hide the bar when you start ANY app you choose. So... when start an app you've selected in GMD Gesture Control app to be hid, the app will always start in fullscreen.
3rd March 2013, 09:45 AM |#1276  
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This rom is battery monster
5th March 2013, 08:42 AM |#1277  
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Re: [ROM][ICS] JellyBeanRom ICS v7 [P75xx/R][T859][13.10.2012]
Are there anymore updates on this rom? I really love this rom and as far as I know there aren't any other stock-based custom rom for the P7500.

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5th March 2013, 11:21 AM |#1278  
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This rom is battery monster

Why ??? ... Toldo's Rom + Yoad's kernel ('running wit Cpuspeed at 1.4GHz) = Deep Sleep works very well , several days ... check it out with "CpuSpy , free download"

Why ??? ... or is the user?
5th March 2013, 08:19 PM |#1279  
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Why ??? ... Toldo's Rom + Yoad's kernel ('running wit Cpuspeed at 1.4GHz) = Deep Sleep works very well , several days ... check it out with "CpuSpy , free download"

Why ??? ... or is the user?

++1 on that. Long time use and it is still amazing with very frequently use of the tablet.
One thing is very bad, good things can't be make more better (*lol)
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6th March 2013, 02:21 AM |#1280  
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Wifi direct is not working for me. Everytime I try to enable it I get Settings FC. I've tried with yoda and a1 kernel. I'm on wifi tab. Any suggestions? The stettings.apk in post #246 has been deleted. Everything else working like a charm!

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