When you set long press on volume button to prev / next track (for music while screen off), when you long press the button you can hear that the sound become less/more strong once before skipping track. Changing system delay doesn't change this.
Bug List ViperX 3.3.7
Bug List ViperX 3.3.6
Lag in Drawer with trasparence or custom pic (only if you take pic with hox).
Slide 2 unlock don't work
Someone have FC.
Shows links to the main developers and their Profiles, also their donate link.
Shows a link to various Social Sites to stay up to date with Venom.
Shows a link to the “Profiles” Function at the Bottom.
Profiles can be saved after you have set up your Venom ROM and can be used to later restore all your tweaks automatically if you happen to reflash your ROM.
The Profile will be saved as “1.xml” (for first Profile) to the folder \sdcard\Venom\Profiles
1) “Hide quick Settings”
The ROM has Quick Settings enabled by default (Pull-Down Menu, Settings Tab). You can disable them here.
2) “Hide n Reorder”
You can hide specific settings and/or change their order of appearance here
Hint: This function will open up a subpage with all QS Items listed, showing an “X” Button at the left and three bars at the right. Click the “X” for disabling, touch and drag the three-bars to move and reorder your settings.
3) Quick-quick Settings”
You can enable this to make the QS appear automatically, if there is no notifications in the Pulldown. It will then show you the QS as soon as you pull down the Statusbar.
4) Longpress switch order
You can choose what to see when you long press the header
5) “Customize Quick Launch”
Same function like Hide n Reorder Above which you can customize the order of your apps.
1) "Status bar icons theme
You can choise what icons pack use.
You can, however, choise specific icons for all items
2) “Hide specific notification options”
Here you can select any icon from the notifications by clicking the radio-button at the right to hide it from the notification bar. When done, click OK at the bottom.
3) "Battery Options"
1) “Battery Icon”
Here you can change the battery icon the same way as described in sub-subpage 2.d.a. and "Icons"
2) “Hide Icon”
Disable the Battery Icon completely here.
3) “Battery text style”
Choose between regular, small, no or hide Percent Symbol (%)
4)“Show MIUI bar”
Here you can show the MIUI Style Battery bar at the very top of the Phone screen.
5) “MIUI Bar hight”
Here you can adjust the hight (or: “thickness”) of the bar, max is the hight of the status-bar, min is one pixel-row.
6) "Battery text color settings"
This is for the Battery TEXT, not for the Icon!
Here you can enable the battery text being colored automatically according to its charging state. It will go through four state from green (full) to red (empty).
“Static battery color” – is a color picker
Click the white square, it will bring up a color picker pop-up to let you chose a static color for the battery text so it won’t change with charging states. Only available if automatically color is switched off.
Is an alternative to the color picker, here you can enter an exact HEX value of the color you want.
“[Auto] charging color” – is a color picker
“[Auto] regular color” – is a color picker
“[Auto] medium level color” – is a color picker
“[Auto] low level color” – is a color picker
All four let you pick battery text color values for the 4 charging states.
7) MIUI battery bar color settings
Hint: These items become available if you activate “Show MIUI Battery Bar”
Colors MIUI Bar according to the charging state automatically
“Static battery Color”
Pick a static color for a non changing MIUI Bar
Put in a HEX value of your preferred color
[Auto] charging color” – is a color picker
[Auto] regular color” – is a color picker
[Auto] medium level color” – is a color picker
[Auto] low level color” – is a color picker
All four let you pick MIUI battery bar color values for the 4 charging states.
4) "Clock Options"
1) "Clock Style"
Opens a Pop-Up to choose the location of the clock, “Hide”, “Normal”, “Center”.
2) “Choose Clock Color”
Lets you choose a color for your Clock with a color picker.
3) “Manual Color”
Put in a HEX value of your preferred color
4) “Hide AM/PM”
With this Option you can hide the AM and PM letters when using the 12 Hours Clock.
5) High Speed Mobile Data Icon”
Opens up a pop-up and lets you pick an alternate Icon for your 3G connection like e.g. “H+” or “LTE”.
6) “Notification count”
Display number of pending notification
7) “Status Bar Icon”
If you enable this tick box, it will open up your preferred picture hub and lets you choose a picture. It only takes 100x100 pixel .png pictures though.
Opens up a Pop-Up with two sliders for Home-Screen and In-App Transparency. Adjust them the way you want to have your Status-Bar.
9) “CM Brightness Control”
Enables a function from Cyanogenmod to use the Statusbar as a brightness slider. Slide the Statusbar from left to right and back for increasing/decreasing the brightness
Notification Pull-Down Tweaks
1) “Carrier Label”
Custom text to be displayed instead of carrier label
2) “Show carrier icon”
Show custom carrier icon
1) Run Custom App
Enables a custom app to be launched when you click on the carrier label in the Pull-Down menu.
2) Hide Clock
3) Clock colour
4) Hide AM/PM
5) Hide date
6) Date Color
Information string below header (ex: CPU frequency)
Colour of string below header
9) Show icon
Show icon in information line
10) Hide button
Hides setting buttons from right corner of notification area
11) Custom app
Run custom app then you press on settings button
Hide or select city for wheater in notificatiion area
5) "Background color"
Change the notification area background
6) "Use background image
Set any image as a notification area background
7) "Block on lockscreen"
Disable notification pulldown on lockscreen
1) "Volume Buttons"
Action when you press volume buttons with opened notification area
2) "Shake Phone"
Action when you shake your phone left or right
Recent apps dialog
1) "Dialog style"
Change recent apps dialog style (sense or AOSP 4.1)
1) “Enable Landscape”
Makes the Homescreen show in Landscape.
2) “Infinite Scroll”
Makes the scroll go beyond the last Home Screen Panel and start again with the first. Unfortunately this is laggy and doesn’t work right. We left it in the Tweaks on User Request. This is no good tweak at this time.
3) “Navigationbar Style”
You can choise how to see the navbar. (Default, Trasparent, Sense 5)
4) “Wallpaper Scrolling”
Originally meant to enable the scroll of the wallpaper on the home screen, but its now an included feature in Sense 4.1 and not needed anymore. It will be taken out in a future version.
5) “Clock widget”
You can customize to open any apps when touch the Clock and Weather on Clock Widget which normally just open Clock apps when touch the clock and weather when touch the Weather
6) “Icon Pack”
This pops up a subpage where you can see the Icon-Packs you downloaded via the Venom Hub. Here you can click on a pack and choose all or single icons only for Sense.
1) “Increased App Drawer Capacity”
Tightens the Icons in the App-Drawer so you have more on one page, less pages.
2) “Background Color”
Lets you pick a different background color for the App-Drawer with a color-picker.
3) “Use background Image”
Lets you pick a 720x1280 Picture as background if you prefer that over a mono-color.
4) "Border color"
Set app drawer border color.
1) “AOSP Lockscreen”
Exchanges the Sense Lockscreen for the AOSP Version.
2) “Auto Unlock on Ring ”
Only active with AOSP Lockscreen enabled. Makes the Phone unlock straight away when a call is coming in.
Lets you pick how to show the Lockscreen: Only Portrait, Only Landscape or Automatic
4) “Carrier Caption”
Opens a Textbox where you can put in any Text you like to be displayed on the Lockscreen instead of the Operator name.
5) “Hide Carrier Label”.
Hides the Operator Label. If you defined a Text before, don’t check this.
6) “Hide date/time”
Hides Date and Time from the Lockscreen.
1) “Hide Shortcut Lables”
Makes the textlabels of the Lockscreen Shortcuts invisible.
2) "Lockring settings"
Change ring and shortcuts position
3) "Custom shortcuts"
Disable automatic shortcurs mapping
8) "Custom app notifications"
Allows your own apps show notifications on lockscreen
Buttons slide gestures
1) "Enable slide 2 unlock"
Move finger from back to recent apps to unlock
2) " Sweep2wake mode"
Allows you to set up sweep to wake if the feature is supported by your kernel
1) “Disable Volume Keys”
Disable the volume keys while the screen is off.
2) “Volume keys music control”
Lets you pick the volume keys longpress action.
3) “Button to unlock”
Lets you pick a custom button to unlock your lockscreen. It disabled when select the slide 2 unlock function.
4) “Long Press Home Action”
Lets you pick the action when press the home button in Lockscreen.
Keyboard and buttons
1) “3-Finger gesture” – link to subpage
With this option you can toggle the 3-finger swipe on screen gestures.
1) "Enable 3-Finger Gesture"
You can set Up, Down, Left, Right. Clicking on them brings up another Pop-Up which lets you select actions from a list for each gesture.
2) “Capacitive Backlight”
This lets you choose different illumination-off times for the button backlights.
3) "Onscreen Menu Key"
Shows menu key in bottom or in top bar
4) "Keyboard skin"
Select installed keyboard skin
1) “Volume up wake”
You can use volume up to switch on the screen with this option.
2) “Volume Down screen off”
You can use volume down to switch the screen off with this option.
1) "Shortpress recent"
Customize short press Recent app action. (Ex: Open menu, screen off, and other)
1) “Long Press Home"
Lets you choose a Longpress action for the Home Button
2) “Long Press Back”
Lets you choose a longpress action for the Back button.
3) “Long Press Recent”
Lets you choose a longpress action for the Menu/Recent button.
Long press options
1) "Long press system delay"
Time you need to hold to move widget, shortcuts, get longpress action of quicksettings etc. (ex: Shorter (300 ms), Long (750 ms))
HTC Hidden settings
1) "Phone Info"
Hidden HTC phone diagnostics screen
2) " GSM Auto PRL"
Enable GSM Auto PRL instead of WCDMA preferred
1) “Enable Cube animation”
Gives you a Cube-like animation on HTC Sense Tab Bar. When sliding fingers from one tab to next, the Window will spin like a Cube.
2) "Transition animations"
Change the transition animations
3) "Overscroll Glow Colour"
Set the overscroll glow color
4) "Soft menu bar
Disables the 3 dot menu bar
5) "3 dot button"
Enables the small the 2 dot button on the top right of some apps
Opens a Pop-Up with multiple sliders to fine-tune brightness settings. Experiment with it.
2) "Minfree setting"
Set up the android low memory killer settings
3) "Power menu items"
Change items in power menu
4) "Enable PC Tool CD"
When you connect device to PC, install CD fot HTC Sync will be mounted
5) "NFC Restrictions"
Allows you to select when NFC must work
SMS and Networks
1) “SMS Screen On”
Makes the Screen light up when a message arrives.
2) “Disable Fast Dormancy”
Network specific feature. Hard, to find out if your network supports it. Just experiment with it. If you notice trouble with connections, higher battery drain and such, go back to previous setting.
3) “Disable Smart Sync”
Disables the smart syncing feature for HTC Sense. Can help that your device doesn’t turn off wifi when you sleep. Experiment with it if you are curious what it does.
4) "Force enable WiFi N support"
Enables support for WiFi N, needed only in few countries, where it disabled by operator policy
1) "Disable volume sound"
Disables the sound when you press the volume buttons
2) "Enable Sony xLoud Enhancement"
Sound Enhancement technology from Sony (it works only for speakers, not for headset
1) "Custom navigation app"
Use a custom navigation application instead of Google Navigation in HTC Car
1) "Enable Sony BRAVIA Engine"
Picture enhancement technology from Sony
1) “Fix Permissions”
Runs a command that corrects all file permissions in Android. Can also cause trouble but usually it helps with issues.
2) “Zipalign all APK’S”
Runs the “zipalign” process on all user apk’s. This can be handy as not all App Devs do a zipalign and that makes the APK behave bad on memory. Zipaligning them can make them run better in memory.
1) “Mount Sytem r/w”
Mounts the System with Read and Write permissions for file browsers. This can potentially be dangerous because malware could abuse that but on the other hand, its helpful too if you like messing with your system and malware could also execute this command anyway, since you already run the device as root user.
2) “Disable Logcat”
Disables the logcat of the system. Makes it a little faster and use a wee bit less juice but you won’t be able to provide your Dev with a LogCat if you have problems. These logs are incredibly helpful for debugging. So just try it out if it betters anything for you.
1) “Wipe Cache”
As the name suggests, this wipes the cache partition. Saves you a reboot into recovery.
2) “Wipe Dalvik Cache”
1) "Use custom font"
Install a custom font pack (this option was enabled when you downloaded a font from HUB)
1) “Custom boot animation”
Lets you pick a custom bootanimation. Those can also be obtained via the Hub for example.
2) “Custom Down Animation”
Same as above for down animation.
3) “Enable Boot sound”
4) "Custom boot sound"
Apply settings on boot (Automatically applies CPU and file system settings on phone boot includes boot-loop protection
1) "I/O Scheduler
You can choise your preferred I/O (ex noop) [at the moment, there is only noop because htc hasn't relase source code yet
1) "CPU Governor"
You can choise your preferred Governor (ex. ondemand, powersave, etc)
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18 Sep 2014
By Tomek Kondrat
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