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4th April 2012, 09:33 PM |#791  
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Can someone recommend a call recording app that will work with our Captivates and CM9?

I've tried several apps from the play market and can't get any of them to work.

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4th April 2012, 10:17 PM |#792  
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Hey guys I was wondering what the steps would be to get back to gingerbread from this rom. Do i need the odin with bootloaders? Thanks

Love the rom btw!
4th April 2012, 11:32 PM |#793  
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Hey guys I was wondering what the steps would be to get back to gingerbread from this rom. Do i need the odin with bootloaders? Thanks

Love the rom btw!

For stock, use a bootloader-free Odin or heimdall package. Unless you've never had gingerbread before, in which case you'll need bootloaders

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5th April 2012, 01:38 AM |#794  
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For stock, use a bootloader-free Odin or heimdall package. Unless you've never had gingerbread before, in which case you'll need bootloaders

Sent from my CM9 ICS i897 Captivate

Thanks for the fast reply. So just so I get this straight, cm9 doesn't mess with bootloaders. Btw i flashed ics with gb BL's. Thanks
5th April 2012, 05:45 PM |#795  
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Thanks for the fast reply. So just so I get this straight, cm9 doesn't mess with bootloaders. Btw i flashed ics with gb BL's. Thanks

No, you'll only get boot loader changes when you Odin to stock. Custom ROM's don't touch the boot loaders. But there are Odin packages without the loaders

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6th April 2012, 07:00 PM |#796  
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Bluetooth DUN client?
I was poking around at a tablet the other day and they have an option to connect to the internet through a bluetooth device. That means the Captivate would be getting internet through another bluetooth phone. Does CM9 include this?

My Captivate with CM7 does not have this option and I've tried using pppd over bluetooth from the command line, but there are kernel modules that aren't installed, plus I'd have to grab a terminal to start or stop it.
6th April 2012, 11:42 PM |#797  
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I was poking around at a tablet the other day and they have an option to connect to the internet through a bluetooth device. That means the Captivate would be getting internet through another bluetooth phone. Does CM9 include this?

My Captivate with CM7 does not have this option and I've tried using pppd over bluetooth from the command line, but there are kernel modules that aren't installed, plus I'd have to grab a terminal to start or stop it.

I'm not sure what you mean. You want to have your phone tethered from another device to provide service to it?

Or do you want to tether your phone to your tablet via bluetooth?
7th April 2012, 03:04 AM |#798  
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Can someone recommend a good media player App that plays many different types of video files? It doesn't have to be free either.

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8th April 2012, 03:39 PM |#799  
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Can someone recommend a good media player App that plays many different types of video files? It doesn't have to be free either.

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I had a good experience with MX media player. The free version works fine. Theres a little lag here and there for higher quality videos though.
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I had a good experience with MX media player. The free version works fine. Theres a little lag here and there for higher quality videos though.

I don't watch many HD videos on my phone but I hear good things about Dice Player and it seems to be updated pretty frequently.
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