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By MДЯCЦSДИT, Recognized Developer on 16th April 2012, 06:01 AM
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1st May 2012, 02:46 AM |#51  
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I am making this post in resonse to a request to see if this phone will boot okay with the capacitive button unplugged. Im happy to report that it does and works flawlessly im currently running aokp *not this does not only turn off the "lights" it completly disables the buttons.
Im going to upload a video soon.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXNJOXTgbJU
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I am making this post in resonse to a request to see if this phone will boot okay with the capacitive button unplugged. Im happy to report that it does and works flawlessly im currently running aokp *not this does not only turn off the "lights" it completly disables the buttons.
Im going to upload a video soon.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXNJOXTgbJU

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Fixed URL tags, and about to watch

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Thanks Z. I edited his post to fix it for him.
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So are you guys satisfied with the video? Haha

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I am making this post in resonse to a request to see if this phone will boot okay with the capacitive button unplugged. Im happy to report that it does and works flawlessly im currently running aokp *not this does not only turn off the "lights" it completly disables the buttons.
Im going to upload a video soon.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXNJOXTgbJU
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i don't have 3d glasses

And with turning 3d off if looks fuzzy
2nd May 2012, 12:56 AM |#56  
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I wish the vid was a complete teardown to show how you got to that point. Overall it looks simple enough.

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I wish the vid was a complete teardown to show how you got to that point. Overall it looks simple enough.


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it would have been but i cant find my tri pod and i shot this video in full 1080p with my D7000
2nd May 2012, 06:10 AM |#58  
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I can remove the screws in the casing but how does the screen pop away from it? Did you just let the wire for the lights hang or is the wire removed completely?

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2nd May 2012, 04:33 PM |#59  
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no but they are really bright at night time.

and voodoo color doesnt affect them so they just dont look right with the awesome low gamma offsets some of us use. they look washed out like on a stock kernel. ruins the whole theme of the phone. i still havent gotten used to not using them, cuz i switch between roms so much, but id love to at least be able to disable the lights.
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Mine are transparent

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