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Mabye They need to be signed with the same signature as the system ......
 
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Charge to 100%, Take the battery out and let it sit for about 5 minutes then put it back in, I've heard of the system doing that in other builds And that helping.
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Pls M10 build JVU based for better performans and battery life..

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If no one liked anything new, shiny and buggy we'd still be dragging our stuff on an animal hide with one hand and holding a club in the other.

Personally for me Mosaic was/is a great rom but I just had to try ICS and having done that I can't believe how much smoother Fusion ICS 4.0.3 is, it's smoother than anything I've run on my Captivate in the last year and 9 months and I have flashed a lot of roms so I have a pretty good database to compare it with. But, I also like shiny things and hate dragging crap around on animal hides!


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Default Question: Can I remove the GPS on/off toggle from Notification area

My wife sometimes fat fingers the GPS button on accident, when in the Notifications pulldown. This in turn start chewing on her data plan.

I believe I recall at one point finding out -how- to configure what on/off toggles you display in the top area when the Notifcations pulldown is opened. Maybe not.

If there is no way to remove that GPS toggle, is there another clever (but not recoverable beyond ROM reinstall) way to prevent GPS from being turned on / enabled.

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My wife sometimes fat fingers the GPS button on accident, when in the Notifications pulldown. This in turn start chewing on her data plan.

I believe I recall at one point finding out -how- to configure what on/off toggles you display in the top area when the Notifcations pulldown is opened. Maybe not.

If there is no way to remove that GPS toggle, is there another clever (but not recoverable beyond ROM reinstall) way to prevent GPS from being turned on / enabled.

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how exactly does having the gps on chew up her data?

but to answer your question... older version of mosaic had the option to modify the toggles, but it was causing stability issues. the latest version was focused on stability and performance so this option had to be removed.
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how exactly does having the gps on chew up her data?

but to answer your question... older version of mosaic had the option to modify the toggles, but it was causing stability issues. the latest version was focused on stability and performance so this option had to be removed.
If the GPS is searching for location through apps then it will use data. It had to request something from the network in that case.

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Well, heres the deal. We are with ATT, and when looking at her data usage, she has transactions once in a whil that are 2mb, 5mb, 10mb, 32mb in size. On all three of our phones, I have seen this. They are all transactions "sent" from the phone (vs. receiving into the phone). She's not uploading pictures to Facebook, not streaming any radio (which I don't would be a "send" transaction), etc. Also, she does most interactions on her phone when she is connected to wireless.

I did however notice that her GPS was on. I don't see any apps running (or simply installed) that she would use that in turn would use GPS, or request her Location.

Both her phone and mine are on Mosaic, fwiw. Installed it 2 months ago or so.

Any ideas or pointers on unknown phone interacts, denoted as "send" operations (according to ATT logs), that sometimes consume 10-80mb in a single shot.

ATT did tell me the last time I talked to them about this that they do do some rollup posting of usage, so maybe these larges blasts of usage are those rollup postings, I am not sure.
 
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Well, heres the deal. We are with ATT, and when looking at her data usage, she has transactions once in a whil that are 2mb, 5mb, 10mb, 32mb in size. On all three of our phones, I have seen this. They are all transactions "sent" from the phone (vs. receiving into the phone). She's not uploading pictures to Facebook, not streaming any radio (which I don't would be a "send" transaction), etc. Also, she does most interactions on her phone when she is connected to wireless.

I did however notice that her GPS was on. I don't see any apps running (or simply installed) that she would use that in turn would use GPS, or request her Location.

Both her phone and mine are on Mosaic, fwiw. Installed it 2 months ago or so.

Any ideas or pointers on unknown phone interacts, denoted as "send" operations (according to ATT logs), that sometimes consume 10-80mb in a single shot.

ATT did tell me the last time I talked to them about this that they do do some rollup posting of usage, so maybe these larges blasts of usage are those rollup postings, I am not sure.
Make sure use network location location is off and also turn off google location stuff. see if that helps. You could also add toggles for wifi, etc on a home screen do you don't use the pulldown.
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Make sure use network location location is off and also turn off google location stuff. see if that helps. You could also add toggles for wifi, etc on a home screen do you don't use the pulldown.
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Beat me to it but that's exactly what I thought was going on as far as the network location and google services.
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