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[MOD][5/7] - Advanced Power Menu - 1.55.605.2 Base - Odex / De-Odex

7th May 2014, 07:54 AM |#1  
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Here is the Advanced Power Menu (APM) that gives additional reboot options as shown below.




Odex is for the stock ROM or CleanROM.

De-Odex is for the de-odex base'd ROMS. However, if you are running a de-odex based ROM it may be a custom ROM, and it may already have this! I do not recommend flashing this over any custom ROM without verifying it will work with your favorite ROM dev.


My collection of 1.55.605.2 Based Stock ROMS are HERE! These mods work on both the odex and de-odex versions!

Thanks to @AngioNicholai for originally porting this to the old base. I just ported it to the new base.

Notes
  • I dont recommend this on ART mode!!!
  • This does not remove kid mode! You just need to delete the APK that is called "kid mode" for it to remove from the menu. I did not script it in as the intent of this mod was to add the reboot options


Download HERE!




Hit Thanks and enjoy!



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7th May 2014, 08:00 AM |#2  
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Please use this mod any way you see fit! There are no restrictions on use. Just give credit when appropriate.
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Nice, I can remove some xposed modules now. If only it had screenshot option though, then it would be PERFECT.
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Nice, I can remove some copied modules now. If only it had screenshot option though, then it would be PERFECT.

I hear ya!

You can do a screenshot by holding Power and Home Key.

But I may look into adding screenshot at a later time!
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7th May 2014, 11:35 AM |#5  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ReyStunner

Nice, I can remove some xposed modules now. If only it had screenshot option though, then it would be PERFECT.

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Originally Posted by scrosler

I hear ya!

You can do a screenshot by holding Power and Home Key.

But I may look into adding screenshot at a later time!

or you can use power + vol down
7th May 2014, 11:43 AM |#6  
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Nice one. Downloading now!

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7th May 2014, 02:54 PM |#7  
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Awesome! Really appreciate this Scott.

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7th May 2014, 03:36 PM |#8  
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Thanks a ton for this Scott!
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or you can use power + vol down

Oh I'm aware of the various ways. It's just that I have a slim fit case on so it's hard to press both power and volume the same time. Also I've disabled soft keys and solely use lmt to free up screen space (always hated on screen buttons) so it's pretty awkward tryna swipe and hold down power lol.

The advanced power menus on other roms I've used usually have that screenshot built in. I've found xposed modules that do the trick but I like the look of this one.
7th May 2014, 08:26 PM |#10  
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Do I need to do something to activate this? I have installed the zip but I'm still not seeing a different power menu.
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