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Modded HTC Dot View!

1st November 2014, 09:40 AM |#31  
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Originally Posted by asim.sidz

Why has nobody ported HTC Dot View to HTC One X+ yet? I would have done so if i knew the relevant stuff.

Originally Posted by asim.sidz

The only healer for hox+ i found is "hovering controls". Still, very far from what i wanted.

You realize if you're asking for a port then you're in the wrong forum? Ask in the One X+ forums.
But I can bet the demand for such a mod isn't that great, so its not worth the effort from developers. Heck I remember the the One X+ and even in its prime the development for that device was minimal. Its a bastard device since it was released the same year as its predecessor.
Have you tried an AOSPA ROM? They have a feature called Peek that is similar to the dot view.
1st November 2014, 03:52 PM |#32  
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I came here because i coudn't find any relevant stuff regarding dot view. Most of the hox+ users don't even know that this feature exists on HTC One. But yes, my post does seem out of place here.

I'm currently on ARHD by Mike. Havn't heard about Peek but will check it out now that that you've mentioned it.

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