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[ROM] *Unofficial* AOKP 4.2.2 Milestone 1 [Apr-18-13]

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24th February 2013, 11:35 PM   |  #81  
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Re: [ROM] *Unofficial* AOKP 4.2.1 [Jan-27-13]
Volume keys are reversed. Didn't notice until now. Lol.

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25th February 2013, 06:08 PM   |  #82  
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Volume keys are reversed. Didn't notice until now. Lol.

Sent via the magic of an Optimus G (E971) running AOKP (Android 4.2.1).

Which version are you running? either way, you should be able to correct that in the /system/usr/keylayout/keypad_8064.kl.... just switch the two in that file.

Thanks for the positive comments, new build with cap keys and nfc should be out soon, havn't had time to work on it at all...having an issue with storage.
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Which version are you running? either way, you should be able to correct that in the /system/usr/keylayout/keypad_8064.kl.... just switch the two in that file.

The lastest version from the OP, with houstonn's capacitive keys+NFC .zip from the AOSP thread.

Ah ha! That worked. Edited the file in ES Explorer with /system mounted RW, rebooted, and the volume keys are back to normal. THANKS!

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Thanks for the positive comments, new build with cap keys and nfc should be out soon, havn't had time to work on it at all...having an issue with storage.

No problem, it's a great ROM, and running extremely well for me. I'm actually at the point where I'm not constantly checking for updates. Although I am considering configuring my laptop to allow me to play with the AOKP source tree ...
25th February 2013, 11:11 PM   |  #84  
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No problem, it's a great ROM, and running extremely well for me. I'm actually at the point where I'm not constantly checking for updates. Although I am considering configuring my laptop to allow me to play with the AOKP source tree ...

You should. This is my first rom, and i've only been at it since cm10 was put out by chadouming. I'm by no means a dev, just found i could build it and it ran well, so i shared. It's an addicting thing to get into, be forwarnd :P
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27th February 2013, 12:16 AM   |  #85  
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Re: [ROM] *Unofficial* AOKP 4.2.1 [Jan-27-13]
Just wondering if the lights work for the cap keys, just downloading this ROM now.

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27th February 2013, 01:25 AM   |  #86  
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Read the thread. Especially 1 page back where I explain how to get cap keys working.

Yeesh! Youngsters these days. No patience. lol
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Re: [ROM] *Unofficial* AOKP 4.2.1 [Jan-27-13]
Hey guys I tried the build prop fix to get rid of the onscreen keys

qemu.hw.mainkeys=0

But they still appear after reboot, not sure what to try any ideas?

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Hey guys I tried the build prop fix to get rid of the onscreen keys

qemu.hw.mainkeys=0

But they still appear after reboot, not sure what to try any ideas?

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Seriously? Like I just told the one above, read the thread. It's only 90-odd posts. Lol.

I posted how to remove the nav bar a page, maybe two back.

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Seriously? Like I just told the one above, read the thread. Lol. I posted how to remove the nav bar a page, maybe two back.

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I just said I tried that... I have read your post. And my original question wasn't answered in your post because nowhere does it say if the capacitive key lights worked. (I found that in the thread link for the fix) Seriously?! I'm just asking questions, which wasn't answered yet as far as I had figured. I always skim through the forums especially when using a new ROM, but I am human and do miss things.

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Edit: I confused myself as usual, I thought you meant to change the build prop edit to 0, now I realize it is in the ROM settings, thank you for finding these great fixes. It confused me because I saw the link to the build prop fix still and I thought you meant it was for that.
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[QUOTE=Haze028;38462306]Which version are you running? either way, you should be able to correct that in the /system/usr/keylayout/keypad_8064.kl.... just switch the two in that file.

ummmm what do you mean by 2? you mean put a two in the 8064?

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