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I still have two issues with my otherwise perfect setup.

1. How do you power off? I have installed an app to do that, but it only shuts off the screen. The LED ring is still on.. Which brings me to..

2. Is there anyway to turn off that LED ring? It lights up the entire bedroom...

I love my Q after installing CM 10.1 and XBMC. I use Tablet remote to launch XBMC, and after that I use the official XBMC remote.

I have also tried playing GTA3 using the tablet remote as controller... Actually worked ok.

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To control the LED, you could try this application bliny.net/blog/post/QRemote-Nexus-Q-Application.aspx

Yes, I wish we can re-program the mute button to be the power button. When user touch the Q, it will show to Power Menu (with Power Off / Reboot / Cancel), then we can use Volume Up/Down to select an option, and tap the Q again to select (similar to CWM Recovery Menu)
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Thanks a lot. I will try that.

And keep on using my homemade switch on the power cord to power off.

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Cant send him a pm. Any reason he's not involved in this thread?
Try him on Google plus. I posted a message, and responded back to me under 2 hours.
 
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To control the LED, you could try this application bliny.net/blog/post/QRemote-Nexus-Q-Application.aspx

Yes, I wish we can re-program the mute button to be the power button. When user touch the Q, it will show to Power Menu (with Power Off / Reboot / Cancel), then we can use Volume Up/Down to select an option, and tap the Q again to select (similar to CWM Recovery Menu)
Does the qremote work with cm again? When I tried it it couldn't connect to the api or something
 
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ill this a try this week
 
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Default Problems to boot

I'm trying to install cm-10.1, well actually installed the latest nightly (20130228) following the wiki instructions and it never started for the first time it is stuck in the cyanogenmod starting animation, so:

- Does anybody has run into this problem and has some light on to solve it?
- Any idea how to boot into recovery?

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I'm trying to install cm-10.1, well actually installed the latest nightly (20130228) following the wiki instructions and it never started for the first time it is stuck in the cyanogenmod starting animation, so:

- Does anybody has run into this problem and has some light on to solve it?
- Any idea how to boot into recovery?

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I'm stuck on that too, with any nightly on get.cm server.
I can boot into recovery by booting into fastboot (plug off, plug on, cover led until it's red), and fastboot boot recovery.img
I think that CM somehow changes the partitions because it wont boot anything else after you've flashed it.
I managed to restore the factory image using https://developers.google.com/androi...mages#tungsten
I'm really sad that I cannot try CM10.1
 
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^ so i should hold off on flashing CM 10.1 right now?
 
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^ so i should hold off on flashing CM 10.1 right now?
I have no issue. Odds are the issues are user error.

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