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[ROM][2.3.7] LiGux (Coopoui) (R2.0 - 01/10/2012)

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12th January 2012, 04:13 AM |#51  
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This rom is basically a highly themed CM7.2. I give all credit to the developers of LiGux, Coopoui, CM, and the Heroc.

Is there a CM7.2 out?
 
 
12th January 2012, 10:55 AM |#52  
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Is there any way I can get the battery percentage to be shown on the status bar?
12th January 2012, 01:15 PM |#53  
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Is there any way I can get the battery percentage to be shown on the status bar?

Settings > cm > interface > status bar tweaks > battery status style

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12th January 2012, 06:13 PM |#54  
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Running the new release. Everything is great. Love it! Still having the same issue as before though where apps that I reinstall from titanium are not staying in the app drawer. Still getting around it by reinstalling and moving them to a home screen. I did try to make a 6th home screen and had problems with it too. Put it back to 5 and was ok. Thanks for all the work.
13th January 2012, 03:20 AM |#55  
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In your github you need to remove the README, MANIFEST.MF, CERT.RSA, and CERT. You don't want to have those files packaged when you make your ROM because the CERT.RSA, CERT.SF and MANIFEST.MF files are for package verification, if those are in there and you make a modification and package it a person who flashes the ROM with signature verification on will not be able to flash the ROM because the SHA-1 checksum will not match between the manifest and the files in the ROM.

You can remove the files with these commands from inside your ROM directory:

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$ cd META-INF
$ git rm MANIFEST.MF
$ git rm CERT.RSA
$ git rm CERT.SF
$ cd ..
$ git rm README
$ git commit -m "insert commit name here"
$ git push
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13th January 2012, 05:02 AM |#56  
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In your github you need to remove the README, MANIFEST.MF, CERT.RSA, and CERT. You don't want to have those files packaged when you make your ROM because the CERT.RSA, CERT.SF and MANIFEST.MF files are for package verification, if those are in there and you make a modification and package it a person who flashes the ROM with signature verification on will not be able to flash the ROM because the SHA-1 checksum will not match between the manifest and the files in the ROM.

You can remove the files with these commands from inside your ROM directory:

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$ cd META-INF
$ git rm MANIFEST.MF
$ git rm CERT.RSA
$ git rm CERT.SF
$ cd ..
$ git rm README
$ git commit -m "insert commit name here"
$ git push

thank you! still figuring out git
13th January 2012, 11:55 PM |#57  
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So i decided to take the ole hero out the dresser drawer after seeing this rom... wanted to check it out, cause it looks good..

i can't account for actually "phone" or 3G data usage sense its not active.. but everything else is running smooth.. its actually pretty snappy..

there is one question i have.. is there a simplistic way of changing the dock icon images?? i'd like to apply some of my own icons without having to actually theme each app. (just so there is no confusion im not talking about just changing what icons show up in the dock but actually change the image of whatever app i place in the dock)

i have adw still on the phone and i know i can make all the customizations i want there (minus the status bar transparency) but i'd like to do the customizations without having to use another launcher..
14th January 2012, 05:07 AM |#58  
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i kinda miss the toggles page from the first release.
i think ill downgrade back to that one as it was much better imo
15th January 2012, 02:11 AM |#59  
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Do you have the Messaging app from the screenshot? The one in R2.0 looks like crap (no offense) to me...
15th January 2012, 04:21 AM |#60  
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Do you have the Messaging app from the screenshot? The one in R2.0 looks like crap (no offense) to me...

The screenshot is from the messaging app in R1, R1.1, R1.2, and R2.0. None taken.
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i kinda miss the toggles page from the first release.
i think ill downgrade back to that one as it was much better imo

Tap the notification bar at the top right and the cm toggles pop up. Found that on accident.

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