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22nd January 2014, 09:31 PM   |  #1  
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on the note 2 there were a few roms that cam out right before the note 3 that came out that were tablet rom and looked and worked amazing i was wonder if those were possible because of the unlocked bootloader or it it possible to get that same kind of thing on this phone talking about something such as the attached picture
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24th January 2014, 08:28 PM   |  #2  
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on the note 2 there were a few roms that cam out right before the note 3 that came out that were tablet rom and looked and worked amazing i was wonder if those were possible because of the unlocked bootloader or it it possible to get that same kind of thing on this phone talking about something such as the attached picture

Yeah I'm with you on this. You can use Phab7 Xposed MOD that will enable the dual pane settings across all apps ok, but force closes the SystemUI whenever I try to enable the full tablet mode. If you read that thread you can see the developer's responses to me trying to get it to work.

The issue is that our SystemUI.apk is missing the resources necessary for tablet mode to kick in. Enabling a basic navbar is possible on our device, but doesn't cut it for me entirely because I don't have clock, battery, and signal icons down there.
25th January 2014, 12:55 AM   |  #3  
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Yeah I'm with you on this. You can use Phab7 Xposed MOD that will enable the dual pane settings across all apps ok, but force closes the SystemUI whenever I try to enable the full tablet mode. If you read that thread you can see the developer's responses to me trying to get it to work.

The issue is that our SystemUI.apk is missing the resources necessary for tablet mode to kick in. Enabling a basic navbar is possible on our device, but doesn't cut it for me entirely because I don't have clock, battery, and signal icons down there.

do u know what resources are missing
27th January 2014, 02:57 PM   |  #4  
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do u know what resources are missing

no idea man, i wish or i'd be working on it. i'm familiar with decompiling/editing/recompiling with a set instructions but i'm not a developer to actually figure out what we'd need
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