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9th December 2014, 10:26 PM |#21  
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Very cool rom . I like the transparent drop down and icons . I hope theres no trouble with the afore mentioned rom issues. I'd like to see this rom stick around.

---------- Post added at 09:53 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:38 PM ----------

One thing I am not finding I was hoping would be there is a toggle for data ? Am I just not seeing it or ?

Adding mobile data is not too difficult, you can simply follow this step by step:

1) Download sqlite editor app from the Playstore.
2) Open the app and give it root permissions.
3) Scroll and Tap the "Settings Storage"
4) Tap "Settings.db"
5) Tap "System"
6) Scroll down until you find "notification_panel_active_app_list",
tap to highlight it.
7) Once it is highlighted tap the phones menu button.
8) Tap "Edit Record"
9) You'll see a list of all the toggles that are currently enabled to show in notification area.
10) At the bottom of the list add ; and the words MobileData then another ;.
So it will look like this at the end. ;AirplaneMode;MobileData; Then press Save.
11) Reboot and you should have a data toggle now.

Here is the play store download link for the sqlite editor:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...k.sqliteeditor

OR if you know how to use a root capable file explorer like root explorer then here
is a zip file with the modified settings.db file which adds the MobileData toggle by
simply copying one file. This zip file also contains step by step instructions.

Here is the direct download link for the MobileToggle: https://www.dropbox.com/s/t7oab1k1da...oggle.zip?dl=0

Please NOTE: This is NOT a flashable zipfile.

Have a great day!


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9th December 2014, 10:53 PM |#22  
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Originally Posted by Misterjunky

Adding mobile data is not too difficult, you can simply follow this step by step:

1) Download sqlite editor app from the Playstore.
2) Open the app and give it root permissions.
3) Scroll and Tap the "Settings Storage"
4) Tap "Settings.db"
5) Tap "System"
6) Scroll down until you find "notification_panel_active_app_list",
tap to highlight it.
7) Once it is highlighted tap the phones menu button.
8) Tap "Edit Record"
9) You'll see a list of all the toggles that are currently enabled to show in notification area.
10) At the bottom of the list add ; and the words MobileData then another ;.
So it will look like this at the end. ;AirplaneMode;MobileData; Then press Save.
11) Reboot and you should have a data toggle now.

Here is the play store download link for the sqlite editor:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...k.sqliteeditor

Have a great day!


Ok will do .
9th December 2014, 11:00 PM |#23  
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Usually an app asks for SU permission . This one is not asking . Can I apply the permissions myself? How does one do so . Also " settings storage " wasnt an option . open data base , new data base , recently opened , rate us , share app lik , more apps , suggestion are the only options ( perhaps cause lack of su?? )

If it does not ask it means it already has permissions or it does not
need any. So just skip the part which talks about permissions.

Open Database is what you need to do first, then scroll
and find "setting storage" and continue from there.


Good luck!
9th December 2014, 11:01 PM |#24  
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If it does not ask it means it already has permissions or it does not
need any. So just skip the part which talks about permissions.

Good luck!

I was looking around for settings.db and when I tapped several folders it said no root access.
9th December 2014, 11:27 PM |#25  
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Check out the new screen shots I just added to the OP to
give everyone a better idea of what the theme looks like.




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10th December 2014, 02:40 AM |#26  
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Originally Posted by Misterjunky

Adding mobile data is not too difficult, you can simply follow this step by step:

1) Download sqlite editor app from the Playstore.
2) Open the app and give it root permissions.
3) Scroll and Tap the "Settings Storage"
4) Tap "Settings.db"
5) Tap "System"
6) Scroll down until you find "notification_panel_active_app_list",
tap to highlight it.
7) Once it is highlighted tap the phones menu button.
8) Tap "Edit Record"
9) You'll see a list of all the toggles that are currently enabled to show in notification area.
10) At the bottom of the list add ; and the words MobileData then another ;.
So it will look like this at the end. ;AirplaneMode;MobileData; Then press Save.
11) Reboot and you should have a data toggle now.

Here is the play store download link for the sqlite editor:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...k.sqliteeditor

Have a great day!


Even easier solution...build it into the rom so ppl don't have to mod yours for you...

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10th December 2014, 05:45 AM |#27  
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Even easier solution...build it into the rom so ppl don't have to mod yours for you...

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And your post was helpful how exactly??? Kinda like the fact someone helps people learn new things they may not of known about... It's obvious he knows how to add it and probably will in the future, but it's actually takes time to write a Helpful solution that may be useful knowledge to some. There's an old saying, "If you have nothing nice to say then...... just my two cents!!! Hope you have a nice day kind Sir.
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10th December 2014, 05:51 AM |#28  
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For those of you who want the MobileData Toggle and do not want to
mess around with Sqlite here is an other easy way to do it.


If you know how to use a root capable file explorer like root explorer then here
is a zip file with the modified settings.db file which adds the MobileData toggle
by simply copying one file. This zip file also contains step by step instructions.

Here is the direct download link for the MobileData Toggle:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/t7oab1k1da...oggle.zip?dl=0

Have a great day!
10th December 2014, 05:52 AM |#29  
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Once I had the correct editor that was fairly painless. Thanks alot . Personally , these days I dont see how a data toggle isnt added to every rom but I guess if there is a silver lining in that cloud is it appears to be easy as pie to add one.

Might this same procedure work to add a flashlight toggle too ?
10th December 2014, 06:11 AM |#30  
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Once I had the correct editor that was fairly painless. Thanks alot . Personally , these days I dont see how a data toggle isnt added to every rom but I guess if there is a silver lining in that cloud is it appears to be easy as pie to add one.

Might this same procedure work to add a flashlight toggle too ?

I am not sure about the flashlight, will try adding it on my rom to find out.

Here are a lot of toggles you can add (or remove):

FlashLight; (or Flashlight)
MobileData;
AirplaneMode;
SmartPause;
Brightness;
WiFiHotspot;
SmartScroll;
SmartStay;
SBeam;
Nfc;
AirGesture;
DormantMode;
AirView;
SmartNetwork;
ReadingMode;
PersonalMode;
ToddlerMode;

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Does this have unlimited tethering?
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