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[ROM][LINARO][29/09/13][4.3]-SentinelROM v5.00-CM10.2 Source - Fast, Stable[GPL]

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29th January 2013, 02:53 PM   |  #11  
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Hello,

I have got a brand new Nexus 10 ... normally I am a HTC-Guy
Does CM10.1 or your Rom have EQS on the right curtain?
I tried to find out at the CyanogenMod Homepage ... but without success

Thank you
Robert

EDIT:
I think I found the answer ... YES
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29th January 2013, 03:32 PM   |  #12  
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Originally Posted by the_real_fosgate

Hello,

I have got a brand new Nexus 10 ... normally I am a HTC-Guy
Does CM10.1 or your Rom have EQS on the right curtain?
I tried to find out at the CyanogenMod Homepage ... but without success

Thank you
Robert

EDIT:
I think I found the answer ... YES

Eqs include and works perfect
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29th January 2013, 08:21 PM   |  #13  
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Hello,

sorry for newbie questions, but in the thread of Craigacgomez he linked a GAPPS (GoogleAppsPack-4.2.1-JOP40D.zip)
with a filesize of 150MB, when I go to the link from 1.Page:

GAPPS
http://goo.im/gapps >Check the lastest package available on top
MD5Sum: check the md5 of the files before flashing it

There is a zip file for "me" (gapps-jb-20121212-signed.zip) with only 90 MB

Why is the size so different?

Bye
Robert

p.s.
now I installed your rom with gapps-jb-20121212-signed.zip, but I have very few EQS
Can I somewhere set up, what I want to control with EQS?
29th January 2013, 08:58 PM   |  #14  
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Re: [ROM] [28/01/13] - SentinelROM v3.00 - CM10.1 Base - Fast, Stable, Themed
Thanks for the nice little simple guide at the hell of a lot easier to understand than all the other ones I found. If I have any problems with making it it flash able, even with looking at the different guides out there. I know I can come to you, thank you. My goal is to incorporate be modifications that allow me to modify the bottom bar, the Quick Settings bar with the message settings app, the notification LEDs, and to be able to make my ROM updatable over the air. I bet this will be a very difficult thing to achieve but nothing easy is worth doing.

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Hello,

me once again
Is it possible to spread the dock icons further?
Because they are very close together.

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29th January 2013, 10:09 PM   |  #16  
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Originally Posted by the_real_fosgate

Hello,

sorry for newbie questions, but in the thread of Craigacgomez he linked a GAPPS (GoogleAppsPack-4.2.1-JOP40D.zip)
with a filesize of 150MB, when I go to the link from 1.Page:

GAPPS
http://goo.im/gapps >Check the lastest package available on top
MD5Sum: check the md5 of the files before flashing it

There is a zip file for "me" (gapps-jb-20121212-signed.zip) with only 90 MB

Why is the size so different?

Bye
Robert

p.s.
now I installed your rom with gapps-jb-20121212-signed.zip, but I have very few EQS
Can I somewhere set up, what I want to control with EQS?

Hi mate,

EQS is completely configurable from Settings - System - Quick Settings Panel

I'm not sure why the GAPPS package is smaller, but it's the one CyanogenMod recommend with any CyanogenMod based ROMs and I haven't had any problems. with it.
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29th January 2013, 10:10 PM   |  #17  
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Re: [ROM] [28/01/13] - SentinelROM v3.00 - CM10.1 Base - Fast, Stable, Themed
I suggest installing Nova launcher it is amazing you can customize so many things that is ridiculous. I installed that one and uninstalled the one that comes with the ROM and I couldn't be happier.

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29th January 2013, 10:11 PM   |  #18  
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me once again
Is it possible to spread the dock icons further?
Because they are very close together.

Bye
Robert

I'm working on this. Again this seems to be a "feature" of CyanogenMod at the moment and has to do with how the screen is scaled on the N10 to fit the larger screen. You'll notice that the icons remain the exact same width when you rotate to portrait. I believe there is some missing code somewhere in the launcher and systemUI which stretches to fit the screen.
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29th January 2013, 10:12 PM   |  #19  
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I suggest installing Nova launcher it is amazing you can customize so many things that is ridiculous. I installed that one and uninstalled the one that comes with the ROM and I couldn't be happier.

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Any lag on the home screen and menus when using Nova? I always found it to lag my other devices, but haven't used it much on the N10.
29th January 2013, 10:19 PM   |  #20  
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Thanks for the nice little simple guide at the hell of a lot easier to understand than all the other ones I found. If I have any problems with making it it flash able, even with looking at the different guides out there. I know I can come to you, thank you. My goal is to incorporate be modifications that allow me to modify the bottom bar, the Quick Settings bar with the message settings app, the notification LEDs, and to be able to make my ROM updatable over the air. I bet this will be a very difficult thing to achieve but nothing easy is worth doing.

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All the code for the bottom bar is in SystemUI.APK, it also ties in with code in Settings.APK which allows you to configure it's buttons.

As for OTA, I don't think you'll be able to do that because you need a server which you can poll and check updates against. At the moment most of the original CyanogenMod code is still there, I've just deleted references in the layout.xml for settings.apk so they do not show up in the menus. I'll have a look at some stage to see if I can modify the code to simply point to my own server, but I doubt it will be that straight forward.

I got an invite yesterday to list my ROM on RomManager, so I'll look into that as an option for now. I don't rank it high on the list of things to do though as it does not affect ROM functionality at all. I'd rather work on improving other things

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