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[DEFUNCT] Reloaded ICS 1.9b4-050712 | CyanogenMod 9 UI Enhancements | All phones

2nd April 2012, 11:48 AM |#581  
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Thank you for this awesome mod. Works great on latest CM9 (4.04) for Galaxy S2.

The only thing that keeps me from using it is the missing support of the flashlight button. I enabled it in the CM9 settings but it isnt showing in the toggle-window. (all the other buttons are working)
I use it very often, so this is a real problem for me.
 
 
2nd April 2012, 11:52 AM |#582  
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Thank you for this awesome mod. Works great on latest CM9 (4.04) for Galaxy S2.

The only thing that keeps me from using it is the missing support of the flashlight button. I enabled it in the CM9 settings but it isnt showing in the toggle-window. (all the other buttons are working)
I use it very often, so this is a real problem for me.

+1 I could use this too.
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2nd April 2012, 03:22 PM |#583  
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Originally Posted by Nimroth

Thank you for this awesome mod. Works great on latest CM9 (4.04) for Galaxy S2.

The only thing that keeps me from using it is the missing support of the flashlight button. I enabled it in the CM9 settings but it isnt showing in the toggle-window. (all the other buttons are working)
I use it very often, so this is a real problem for me.

1+ yeah hope update comes soon
2nd April 2012, 08:29 PM |#584  
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I have tried this over and over again with no success. I have wiped and reflashed CM9 nightly and redownloaded 1.7 but it still is not working I still get system UI has stopped. I have a lte Galaxy Nexus (Toro) any suggestions???
2nd April 2012, 10:18 PM |#585  
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Ill be posting 1.9 beta 1 in around an hour. Includes 4.0.4 code, theme options, nav bar customization, and a new app. Stay tuned
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2nd April 2012, 10:30 PM |#586  
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Ill be posting 1.9 beta 1 in around an hour. Includes 4.0.4 code, theme options, nav bar customization, and a new app. Stay tuned

GREAT NEWS !
Thank you Rob !
2nd April 2012, 10:44 PM |#587  
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Aw yeah .

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2nd April 2012, 10:54 PM |#588  
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@Rob: simply awesome, thanks for your efforts, however i'm wondering about a little thing that can be very useful can we change the camera button in the lock screen with another app?
2nd April 2012, 11:13 PM |#589  
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how do i get all of the toggles up like in the screenshot of the first pic i only have 4? using sgs2 cm9 4.0.4
2nd April 2012, 11:14 PM |#590  
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how do i get all of the toggles up like in the screenshot of the first pic i only have 4? using sgs2 cm9 4.0.4

Settings --> System --> Statusbar --> Toogle

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