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[BACKUP][RECOVERY] Kindle Fire HD and 2 First Aide Software - Noob (Simple) Version

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14th January 2013, 05:15 AM |#11  
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Making it "noob-friendly" to install new keyboards could be another consideration:. I'm enjoying the so-called "Hacker's Keyboard", but I recall having to jump through firey hoops to install it.
 
 
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Making it "noob-friendly" to install new keyboards could be another consideration:. I'm enjoying the so-called "Hacker's Keyboard", but I recall having to jump through firey hoops to install it.

BELASCO,

That is a great request! I will add this to the Software Manifest now. Great idea BELASCO - no problem to automate that

install. I am aware of the difficulty and it can be done through automation. Thanks again!
14th January 2013, 06:46 AM |#13  
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Media player?

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-android.html

It's in beta for Android, but its handled every format I've thrown at it. Stock it with the complete Ramones repertoire and...
14th January 2013, 07:04 AM |#14  
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Media player?

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-android.html

It's in beta for Android, but its handled every format I've thrown at it. Stock it with the complete Ramones repertoire and...

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Like a universal media player, hmmm not a bad idea. Test a few, let me know if you feel VLC is the best. I have used

a few different ones, we will ad this idea as well.
14th January 2013, 07:16 AM |#15  
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I'd like to see something that allows easily changed wallpaper. Something that allows you to add your own photos. I'm an amateur photographer with several HQ pictures that I'd like to have as wallpapers.

With photo's in mind, some kind of script, or whatever, that would allow you to customize and add pictures in the stock locker. I like the stock locker so I kept it. I just wish I could add a whole bunch of personal photos to it.

One more thing. When the DPI is lowered, the normal android lock screen returns but it has a black background. I have my DPI set at 180 and the black lock screen is still there. I like that locker too but wouldn't want to keep it w/o pictures. Only problem is, I love that look when the DPI is lowered. I really want to keep it at 180. So if there's any way to add the ability to add photos to the locker when the DPI is set below whatever the change point is, that'd be sweet.

Thanks.

P.S. per the media player idea, I like Pro Player. Just an idea.
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I'd like to see something that allows easily changed wallpaper. Something that allows you to add your own photos. I'm an amateur photographer with several HQ pictures that I'd like to have as wallpapers.

With photo's in mind, some kind of script, or whatever, that would allow you to customize and add pictures in the stock locker. I like the stock locker so I kept it. I just wish I could add a whole bunch of personal photos to it.

One more thing. When the DPI is lowered, the normal android lock screen returns but it has a black background. I have my DPI set at 180 and the black lock screen is still there. I like that locker too but wouldn't want to keep it w/o pictures. Only problem is, I love that look when the DPI is lowered. I really want to keep it at 180. So if there's any way to add the ability to add photos to the locker when the DPI is set below whatever the change point is, that'd be sweet.

Thanks.

P.S. per the media player idea, I like Pro Player. Just an idea.

Krsmqn,

Another wonderful idea. It is funny Krsmqn, we are working on the software at the moment and guess what feature we

are testing? The wallpaper idea! Yes, this feature will be included in future releases. I will look at the 180 dpi, I do

not see a problem with this integration. I will also look at Pro Player, I think this is the player we use on our Nexus

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This app might handle backgrounds for you. The lockscreen pix I've seen some posts on, but haven't seriously investigated.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...m.wall.changer
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This app might handle backgrounds for you. The lockscreen pix I've seen some posts on, but haven't seriously investigated.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...m.wall.changer

Nice find! That would be an awesome addition to the package. Thanks!
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That is the First Fricking Thing I d/l'd for this little slab of frustration.
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This app might handle backgrounds for you. The lockscreen pix I've seen some posts on, but haven't seriously investigated.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...m.wall.changer

BELASCO,

That is the application we are using as a Framework for the integrated function. We will offer an automated install and if

anyone wants to keep it stock and just change the wallpaper, that too will be an option.
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Nice find! That would be an awesome addition to the package. Thanks!

Krsmqn,

The Wallpaper function will have the features of that application and many more! The fun part is since this is starting

from Beta up, all your input molds the application into a beautiful solution that I would have never been able to do on

my own. Keep up the Brainstorm.

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