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[APP][2.1+] EPM - Extended Power Menu [4-way reboot, QuickSettings, Screen Lock]

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mDroidd

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Could you have a native way of accessing quick settings? Like with the two fingers? Thanks for you hard work, if you need a beta tester I'm available. Atrix HD

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If you have a launcher supporting swipe down two fingure guesture u can add this app to do the job :cool:

Lol yeah, that would be the best way so far, unfortunately.

I'm still looking for the best way to access the QuickSettings the easiest way. I think it'll be a notification.





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mDroidd

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cool. that'd be great and yeah i wouldn't mind donating for your hard job. its not easy writing codes let alone even building an apk ground up. If there is any further testing you'd like me to do please don't hesitate to shoot me a message or pm. Im gonna follow this thread :p not in stalking way but you get my point lol.

I greatly appreciate donations, but they're never necessary.


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Today I did the settings menu.
Enabling/Disabling buttons is now possible (in my private version, for now).

I want to make a drag-and-drop screen too, so you can change the toggle order.

Last but not least, I will add an option to change the number of columns.

When that's done I'm gonna publish it on the market. The settings menu will probably only for PRO buyers and testers.

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All I promised is done.
I created a license apk to enable the settings.

Only my 5 kind testers (they know who they are), PRO buyers and donaters will get the license.

License = PRO

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swat4samp

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Just tested it and must say a great update within short time..many thanks for fixing icon resolution and the text for my ldpi device :thumbup:now the quick settings toggle is much like in 4.2 jelly bean..the animation is also smooth after clicking it..every toggle is working fine dim screen i have never seen such a thing before its a high five feature for me :)..only slight bug observed so far..after clicking screen off the screen turns off (which is fine) and then it flashes lock screen within seconds..now it may not be a bug but i think its not necessary to get that lockscreen everytime. Maybe you can remove that option its up to you :cool:
 

mDroidd

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Just tested it and must say a great update within short time..many thanks for fixing icon resolution and the text for my ldpi device :thumbup:now the quick settings toggle is much like in 4.2 jelly bean..the animation is also smooth after clicking it..every toggle is working fine dim screen i have never seen such a thing before its a high five feature for me :)..only slight bug observed so far..after clicking screen off the screen turns off (which is fine) and then it flashes lock screen within seconds..now it may not be a bug but i think its not necessary to get that lockscreen everytime. Maybe you can remove that option its up to you :cool:

Well that's definately a bug...
I'll fix it ;)

Have you tried the configuration panel?

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swat4samp

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Yup..easy configuring settings on toggle good

Edit: Is it possible to add quick settings as seperate activity so that we can directly launch from launchers shortcuts.Did u get my point?
 
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I had to go have a nose at it on the app store nice work bro ;) and good luck with it, it should do well
On there aswel as on here
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You are very fast, I found this and 3 days later it has a paid version on market. Good luck dude :)

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    Hey guys!

    After my previous project for PCs, StudioAndroid, I started Android Development.
    It started as QuadReboot, but it turned out much bigger.

    Well, let's look at the features!
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    Extended Power Menu
    Poweroff: AOSP PowerOff Dialog - quickly shut your phone down!
    Reboot: 4-way reboot menu, offering:
    -Reboot
    -Recovery
    -Bootloader
    -Hot Boot (Kills the system, restarts the UI)
    Screen off : Screen off and lock - requires admin enabled
    QuickSettings : Launch QuickSettings if installed



    Download Extended Power Menu [PLAY STORE]
    Download QuickSettings [PLAY STORE]



    All suggestions are welcome!
    Please be kind, this is my first app.
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    Oh and BTW, the icon is made by me - just a simple thing based on AOSP stuff.
    That's because my priority is functionality.

    So if anyone has some skills, just PM me and we'll see :)

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    Updated!
    Now has a market version!!
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    EDIT: You might want to try this version:
    NEWEST

    Added a battery bar, too.

    Maybe I'm gonna seperate the Quick Settings to a different app.
    But it'll always be included in EPM ;)

    I'm also gonna add a Battery panel, and a Dimmer panel.
    The last one will be a screenoverlay. It will be a color you choose, with a transparency you choose.

    EXAMPLE: It is late, your eyes are tired. You still want to read an e-mail.
    You apply a grey overlay with 70% alpha. That will dim the screen 70%, so that's better for your eyes ;)

    Can be used for many more things though...