I was wondering if anyone can provide the cab or link to the cab file for the transcriber? I would like to have it on my device as a means to input data. I did use it and found it kinda useful rather than fumbling with the keyboard (both hardware and software).
I am running the 1/6/11 version of the Energy ROM, and have had no issues with it. I want to check to see if putting Android on it is worth doing, but I being the ID10T issue i can be deleted the .rar file for it. Does anyone know where I can get a copy of it? Also the same Titanium 29007 would be appreciated as well, as I was able to use that one with no issues.(here's a hint, if you have 7 TB of hard drives, always keep backups.)
The main project thread is HERE
The updates to this project thread are HERE for FRX04 (post for the update to FRX05) and HERE for GBX0A
(I think) The project thread you are referring to and that contains a link to the site is THIS thread. Keep in mind, this project thread is a tad outdated as the thread OP has not updated it in a few months; may not include the most up-to-date release from the AOSP source tree. [EDIT]Also about the ROM request, same reply to that request as I did above; will have to wait till I get back home to upload and I will PM you a link to this unless not needed, thanks![/EDIT]
I have a problem with volume control. It start with rom form feb 14 and still on mar 01. I can change volume of ring and system but can not chang volum on phone call. How to solve this problem?
My work around is to click the Home button to get the phone canvas to not be showing and then change the volume. BTW the volume seems to be able to change through my BT earpiece when I am using it. It appears to be something with the phone canvas.
The weird thing is, I am able to change the in-call volume. Ofc, I am using the ROM in my sig and no idea if either of you have applied anything additional to disable the in-call volume but I am glad to see there is a work-around...
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