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[MOD] EB01 accurate battery and deBinged browser UPDATED

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Default [MOD] EB01 accurate battery and deBinged browser UPDATED

Hey everyone, just thought I'd share a few thing I put together for EB01.

The first is my modified framework that shows the accurate battery for both discharging AND charging. In pre-froyo, there seemed to be some sort of bug in how the charging battery status was reported to, or read by, the icon in the notification bar. It always seemed to be stuck at about 30%. That seems to have been fixed in 2.2, so I was able to get 1% increment charging icons working. Here's what it looks like - when charging, the battery changes to a plug and shows the accurate level:



Here's both the modded framework (flash it with Clockwork) and the stock framework should any issues arise.

These are for the totally stock rom
EB01_Batt_Framework
EB01_Stock_Framework

These are for Adrynalyne's SuperClean rom 2.1 and 2.2 only
EB01_SuperClean_Batt_Framework
EB01_SuperClean_Stock_Framework

These are for Adrynalyne's SuperClean rom 2.3 and 2.4 only
(there's a chance these might revert your wallpaper and you might loose your Google account. You'll just have to reset your desired wallpaper and re-add your Google account in Settings>Accounts and Sync. Not sure why it's happening).
EB01_SuperClean_23-24_Batt_Framework
EB01_SuperClean_23-24_Stock_Framework

If you're using another rom, BlackHole, for example, these may or may not work depending on what other mods have been done to the rom. I believe it mainly has to do with the shutdown menu - if your rom has the expanded shutdown menu, try the framework for SuperClean since that has it too. If it doesn't work, let me know and I'll put together a framework specifically for that rom.

Sorry for the issues that this initially caused!!

Next is my de-Binged browser. Default search engine is set to Google, home page is set to Google, soft search button and address bar searches go to Google and all Verizon bookmarks have been removed.

This is a deodexed browser, so if you happen to be using an odexed rom, you'll probably need to manually delete the Browser.odex file from /system/app. Also, you might want to go into Settings>Applications>Manage applications and do a clear data from the browser before flashing this just to make sure the Binged browser isn't leaving anything behind.

Here's the files, again, my modded one and the stock browser should you run into any issues and want/need to revert.

EB01_Debinged_Browser
EB01_Stock_Browser

Please report back if this works for 'ya.
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Browser works ... though I did find that if you already have some VZW bookmarks, you can't delete them using the bookmark manager.

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Browser works ... though I did find that if you already have some VZW bookmarks, you can't delete them using the bookmark manager.
Great, thanks for reporting. On the bookmarks, try clearing data for the browser in Settings>Applications>Manage applications, and maybe try clearing cache and dalvic cache in Clockwork for good measure.

I'm able to flash back and forth between my debinged browser and the stock one - on the stock, I get all the bing and bookmarks, on my modded one (after clearing everything) I get Google and no bookmarks.

It's probably just something being left behind from the stock browser.
 
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Hi,

I really like your battery mod, but when i tried to use it with Super Clean 2.1 rom it seems to cause system lockups or launcher crashes whenever i try to access the shutdown menu.
 
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Hi,

I really like your battery mod, but when i tried to use it with Super Clean 2.1 rom it seems to cause system lockups or launcher crashes whenever i try to access the shutdown menu.
yikes. I will give it a try nevertheless. the old style blue battery just doesn't cut it. I'm on 2.1 superclean non-voodoo.
 
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Thanks my battery was stuck at 100% lol
 
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Tried the battery mod but it failed to install.

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Tried the battery mod but it failed to install.

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Do you have a deodoxed system?

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Hi,

I really like your battery mod, but when i tried to use it with Super Clean 2.1 rom it seems to cause system lockups or launcher crashes whenever i try to access the shutdown menu.
I'm getting a similar effect. It blips the haptic when it tries to start the shutdown routine, but then just fails silently with 4 more blips about 10 seconds later.
 
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Also having power menu issues. vibrate when I push power button. Then about 5 sec after it pulses about 4 vibrations. Then screen goes black, for about 5 sec, signal and 3g appears to restart

However battery icon is great...
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