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26th March 2012, 01:17 PM |#601  
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Hello guys)
Tweak for MIUI v10.2 (batary life++)
What is new in Vurrut V4 RC2 ?

Hey you got the updater-script wrong.

Code:
mount("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/stl9", "/system");
      delete("/system/etc/init.d/01sick");
	  delete("/system/etc/init.d/02tweaks");
	  delete("/system/xbin/virtuous_oc");
	  delete_recursive("/system/etc/virtuous_oc");
unmount("/system");
should be etc and not ect. Here is the corrected battery.zip.
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26th March 2012, 01:21 PM |#602  
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Originally Posted by kay_kiat88

Hey you got the updater-script wrong.

Code:
mount("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/stl9", "/system");
      delete("/system/etc/init.d/01sick");
	  delete("/system/etc/init.d/02tweaks");
	  delete("/system/xbin/virtuous_oc");
	  delete_recursive("/system/etc/virtuous_oc");
unmount("/system");
should be etc and not ect. Here is the corrected battery.zip.

****, thanks
26th March 2012, 01:48 PM |#603  
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Trick to hide your apps off the screen...(Why should I do it?)
Now this is a nice trick I discovered accidentally. Follow the simple steps.
1. Fill up a certain homescreen completely with apps. It's okay if it also has those you do not want to hide.
2. No go to Launcher Settings and in the Launcher Grid Size section, increase the no. of rows and columns to 6 or even more and restart the Launcher.
3. Now back to the homescreen, you will observe that your apps have cluttered along the upper and right edges of your screen.
4. Now drag the apps you want to hide to the bottom and left edges of the screen.
5. Finally go back to the Launcher Settings and change the no. of rows and columns to 4.
Lo! and Behold! You want find those apps anywhere on the screen.
To launch those apps, you can use the Play Store or App manager.
Enjoy!!
26th March 2012, 01:48 PM |#604  
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****, thanks

I think youre overworked, if youre too busy theres no need to force yourself to roll out updates.

Cheers

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26th March 2012, 01:58 PM |#605  
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Now this is a nice trick I discovered accidentally. Follow the simple steps.
1. Fill up a certain homescreen completely with apps. It's okay if it also has those you do not want to hide.
2. No go to Launcher Settings and in the Launcher Grid Size section, increase the no. of rows and columns to 6 or even more and restart the Launcher.
3. Now back to the homescreen, you will observe that your apps have cluttered along the upper and right edges of your screen.
4. Now drag the apps you want to hide to the bottom and left edges of the screen.
5. Finally go back to the Launcher Settings and change the no. of rows and columns to 4.
Lo! and Behold! You want find those apps anywhere on the screen.
To launch those apps, you can use the Play Store or App manager.
Enjoy!!

Or you can just go to Access control in settings..enable it..and hide the app you want..

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26th March 2012, 02:23 PM |#606  
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Or you can just go to Access control in settings..enable it..and hide the app you want..

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+1

yaa u r right
26th March 2012, 03:24 PM |#607  
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I have flashed the Languepack.

I hope the battery is besser, jet.

But i think the bootime is longer jet, and it slowser

I don't like the Battery Fix , my phone is slow jet

Edit:

After 1 Minute is normal, it's faster as fast

I tested the Bettery now.

Edit 2:

After a boot/Reboot the Phone has lags for 1 Minute and is low (App can be open), after 1 Minute the Phone is very fast.
26th March 2012, 04:16 PM |#608  
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Hey guys, next release in Monday, in friday i do not have enough time to test the latest update, Also during the week I will look for and test various tweaks for batary!
P.S Also released on Monday allows to produce a language pack, along with the firmware
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26th March 2012, 05:00 PM |#609  
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Talking
ok, when you add the Languepack in the Rom.

Please add Google Talk in it.


I hope Miui 10.4 comes on Friday or Saturday.

Bring you out Miui 11 after 10.9?, or by a big Update?
26th March 2012, 05:26 PM |#610  
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ok, when you add the Languepack in the Rom.

Please add Google Talk in it.


I hope Miui 10.4 comes on Friday or Saturday.

Bring you out Miui 11 after 10.9?, or by a big Update?

Why dont u just download it and stop offtoping?
26th March 2012, 05:31 PM |#611  
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Wifi tethering working for you? Helps plz

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