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BatteryStatus-Plugin, DeviceLock and Overclock for XDA Neo

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build 0207:
- changed: calltimes - disable month reset of counter by "--"
- ext.: Language-support

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Versions 207 it was not published yet? Or I have not understood something?
yes, it's published now
I've changed calltimes-reset-options (and the algorithm) and needed some days to ensure it's working correct.

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Has found.
In BatteryStatus does not work traylaunch, inclusion of this option spends to a constant reboot the device.
hm.. i've checked code for traylaunch in build 0207 and explicitly initialized anything. Maybe it is working now?

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It is possible to receive the full list of established files?
of course..

In principle there are two dlls in "\windows":
BattTDP.dll (main dll kept in memory)
BSOptRes.dll (housekeeping and rare used code, loaded only sometimes)

Then there is "\Windows\BatteryStatus", which contains all the bitmaps and customization things and some tools. The best is to install BS and copy this directory as is.

Furthermore there are some shortcuts to the tools in "Programs".

That's it.

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Check this post:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...5&postcount=23

That has a package I created for cooking BatteryStatus into a Wizard rom.
great

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Russian for build 207
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build 0208:
- added: Create DWORD:"DeviceLockOnWakeup" to invoke DeviceLock on wakeup by power-press (only recommended for wm6, idle-exception does not work with that)

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Check this post:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...5&postcount=23

That has a package I created for cooking BatteryStatus into a Wizard rom. May not work for you but should give you the information you need to get it working (it cooks into the Wizard ROMs with no problems). Note, that BS package is for build 195. You'll have to adjust things for newer builds since there are some new graphics and such.

Hope that helps!
Thanks for the help. Has made by analogy. Has earned!
 
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Hi Ikarus,

Very nice plug-in, the one most used app on my phone (P4350), thanks!!!

One little question. When I switch of my device and turning it back on, the calltimers are reset. Is there a way to keep the timers counting?

Thanks in advance.
 
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build 0209:
- changed: reworked wifi-toggle (for prophet/artemis)
---> It should work as before so please report if wifi-toggle doesn't work

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Very nice plug-in, the one most used app on my phone (P4350), thanks!!!
you're welcome.

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When I switch of my device and turning it back on, the calltimers are reset. Is there a way to keep the timers counting?
hm.. the counter survive that. If you turn off your device before the system can flush the registry, then the counter will get lost.

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build 0210:
- changed: reworked wifi-toggle again (for prophet/artemis)
---> It should at least work as before so please report if wifi-toggle doesn't work


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Hi all,

i read in the german community ppc-welt.de that batterystatus might deplete battery on the XDA Orbit after the WM6-update. Is that true?


PS: Chi-Tai (BatteryStatus dev) told me that there is no connection known between battery-problems and BatteryStatus . Nice to know!!
 
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hm.. the counter survive that. If you turn off your device before the system can flush the registry, then the counter will get lost.
Thanks for the fast reply.

My phone was on for at least a week, so I guess the system had all the time to flus the registry. Anyway, I had to switch off the phone because I was trying to get fieldtest working. In order to do that I had to copy a newer version of rilgsm.dll and activate it by switching off and on again. Fieldtest was stil not working so I deleted the new file switched the phone off and on. After that the counters were reset .

After your reply I tested the phone by switching it off and on. And now the calltimers are ok. So I guess I did something wrong, your app works fine .

Thanks again.
 
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build 0210:
- changed: reworked wifi-toggle again (for prophet/artemis)
---> It should at least work as before so please report if wifi-toggle doesn't work


ikarus
Hello Ikarus,

Maybe I missed something, and maybe this has been reported before.
But for the first as far as I have noticed, Wifi toggle works now on a wizard without first having to initialize wifi by hand.
Great Job !

If you post or send me the dutch BSLanguage, I'll be happy to update the translation!

Gtx,
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