Some changes required for the Market broke some permissions. All better now.
Not much new, just included the ultra-cool custom icon created by frostman89. Thanks again, Frost!
Now on the Android Market:
VERSION 1.0.1 WITH BUGFIXES:
Some people have had some trouble with the previous version of this app, so I have made some fixes. I'm pretty sure that if any of the problems that have been reported recur, it's because of the way VooDoo deals with disabling itself.
The link below is now to the current version.
Thanks again for everyone's patience and support!
I've just created my first Android app, and I hope the folks here might find it useful.
It has two functions:
1) it detects the presence or absence of the /sdcard/voodoo directory (and thus the presence or absence of Voodoo), and allows the user to toggle Voodoo on or off.
2) it allows the user to reboot, either a normal reboot or a reboot to recovery with a single button press.
Naturally, it requires root access.
I've found this is a pretty easy way to switch Voodoo on and off when flashing ROMs, kernels, and all that stuff.
I know there is something similar on the Market, but I wanted to make my own as a learning experience, and I also wanted a "Reboot to Recovery" button.
This one is also free, and the source is available on github (I'm sure my code sucks, but I honestly don't know why. If someone were to feel like explaining it to me, I'd sure appreciate it! ).
The usual installation procedures apply:
Download the file below to a location on your local computer in your $PATH and type:
adb install RebootButton.apk
Drop the file below to a location on your SD card and navigate to it using Astro, Root Explorer or another file manager (these are the two I use). In Astro, click on the file, then select "App Manager" then "Install"
In Root Explorer, select the file, then select "Install".
Here it is:
I'll be sending this to the Market as soon as I can whip up an icon.
Suggestions and feedback are more than welcome!
I wish to sincerely thank all those very smart folks, around here and on IRC, for all the inspiration they didn't even know they were giving me, as well as all the cool toys that created the need for this app in the first place!
The application and the source code are both hereby released under the GPL.