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These are my settings for settings app but it won't change :/

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nvm, its working now! Thanks

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Ok, great.

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Since we've been given a discussion/support thread, I thought I would re-post this here, in the hopes of finding an answer. I added some details/notes on what I've tried so far as well:

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Tablet UI

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OK, I'll bite. I've been fiddling around with the Per-App settings on SystemUI and I can't for the life of me get my i747 to display TabletUI. I can get Chrome and Email (the Exchange client) into tablet mode just fine, but I really want the main screen in TabletUI.

I've force stopped SystemUI and even rebooted after every settings change, and while I can see the DPI/resolution changes take effect, the checkbox in the Tablet seems to have no effect whatsoever.

I updated to the 20130125 nightly, which added a setting for "UI Mode" under ROM Control\General UI, which is meant for Navbar control. If I put that in TabletUI, the status bar disappears from the top of the screen and notifications appear at the bottom of the screen (albeit of a very not-right resolution/DPI) but the rest of the status bar is nowhere to be found. I've tried various DPI settings from 140 - 300, and both of the higher-end screen sizes. I've also changed DPI/resolution/Tablet checkbox on my launchers, both Trebuchet and Apex (I normally use Apex but tested with Trebuchet in case that was necessary).

I've managed to get the Exchange/Email client into tablet mode and tweaked to perfection, as well as settings and a couple of other apps...but for some reason SystemUI (or whatever controls the home screen/main interface) frustrates my every attempt to get that damned status bar at the bottom of the screen. It's enough to make a man want to flash back to PA...if PA were 4.2.1 and as cool as RB.

Can someone please share with me the method, settings, etc. necessary to make this happen?


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There's one other thing I noticed. My bluetooth will randomly shut off while connected to my car which also means I have to reboot to reconnect. Its not often but it does it enough to be annoying. Anyone else notice this?
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There's one other thing I noticed. My bluetooth will randomly shut off while connected to my car which also means I have to reboot to reconnect. Its not often but it does it enough to be annoying. Anyone else notice this?
BT is bugged on all 4.2.1 ROMs

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The a2dp is. I'm not streaming. This is for my hands free. Didn't happen on previous builds. Only noticed on latest nightly.
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Just wondering.

I'm thinking about trying this.

Who prefers this over Task's AOKP, and what are your reasons?

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Just wondering.

I'm thinking about trying this.

Who prefers this over Task's AOKP, and what are your reasons?

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Why not just try it? No need to compare in a thread... Its rude to the developers. Just back up and flash. If u don't like it, restore

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Nice post

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Why not just try it? No need to compare in a thread... Its rude to the developers. Just back up and flash. If u don't like it, restore

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I am going to try it. Just trying to get opinions. And Dev's shouldn't take offense, any typical won't, when people compare (pros and cons) ROMS. But thanks anyways.

Some people like some ROMs more than others, and I just wanted to see how people feel about his one, over the other AOKP ROM that is available.

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