I installed the one attached that conditionally used a different api version per android version. My LMT app just says it's version 3.2.
Wow, after all these years you're still developing this app, that's legit incredible. Talk about commitment.Hi all, the last weeks I observed random crashes with LMT (LMT just was deactivated and I needed to start it manually). Checking the problem this is due to a crash when Android wants to backup LMT's settings. Since this is quite annoying and I was not able to fix the root cause for this yet, I decided to deactivate LMT's backup feature for now and to release a new test version. So here it is.
Let me know if you also encountered this problem and if it's now fixed for you.
Thanks. I checked the code from Chrome pie and they use Xposed to inject all actions. This is a dependency LMT is not having, so just integrating the features won't be possible.Wow, after all these years you're still developing this app, that's legit incredible. Talk about commitment.
Unfortunately, a similar app, ChromePie, was abandoned years ago and left a lot of users without a usable app. D'you think you could consider integrating that feature set into LMT? The whole app is open source here: https://github.com/JayT5/ChromePie
Congratulations on over a decade of LMT!
Makes sense.Thanks. I checked the code from Chrome pie and they use Xposed to inject all actions. This is a dependency LMT is not having, so just integrating the features won't be possible.
With LMT I interact with chrome this way, that I send sequences of key events (menu, down, enter, etc.) to go through chrome's menues and to activate features as bringing up bookmarks. It's not as perfect as chrome pie can do it, but it requires no more dependencies. The OP has an example for this.
I have a Note 10 lite, just updated to the latest Samsung patch a few days ago, and now running LMT 3.3beta1. I use the pie to access my most used apps quickly. An issue that started appearing yesterday is that many of the icons in the pie are now replaced by the word 'app' (check the screenshot). They still launch the apps I configured, it's just the icons that are no longer appearing. This has happened in the past once or twice, but I think it went away after restarting the phone, but not this time.
This is a Galaxy Note 10 Lite SM-N770F/DS, running Android 12 with Samsung's Feb. 1, 2022 security patch.There are some possible workarounds depending on Android version and ROM variant but first:..
3.3beta1? Where from?
[EDIT] D'oh! found it3 posts up.
OS update such as the one you seem to mention can change the permissions or paths or add new restrictions regarding the locations things, and based on your description of the timing this may be more closely related to that update than the installation of 3.3. Did this happen in previous versions of LMT?. You could test a reconfiguration of LMT from the default new installation to see if that helpsw (if you;ve not already done so). Beyond that, also depending on android version and ROM variant, as a workaround you might be able to create a folder and manually place icons there. In any event some more details about the device might help and then you want to dig deeper you could log the issue.
This could be the problem. But LMT only uses access to external storage to check and load a user defined icons. As a fallback it should load the app icon via official SDK interfaces, which should still work.This is a Galaxy Note 10 Lite SM-N770F/DS, running Android 12 with Samsung's Feb. 1, 2022 security patch.
This did happen previously but it never lasted very long, never more than a day or two, while the issue is still here this time around.
My guess is that this has to do with permissions and LMT only having access to "media only" instead of "allowed to manage all files", but I don't know if that was the case before the recent Samsung software update when all the icons appeared correctly.
This could be the problem. But LMT only uses access to external storage to check and load a user defined icons. As a fallback it should load the app icon via official SDK interfaces, which should still work.
Can you check if a logcat from LMT 's startup + first pie bring up reveals some exceptions being thrown?
Another question: Did you modify the config "show and scale app images". If it's set to 0, it would also only show "app" as icon.
LMT doesn't even register any Battery usage on my S20 Ultra Snapdragon variant running One UI V4.0 - So I'm not sure why it's using the battery on your device?
Yeah zero is about where it ought to be. Obviously, you aren't in latest April update being on S20. I've cleared cache bb without any luck. Not ready to clear my data just yet.
I'm talking about clearing Data for LMT - Not a Factory Reset.. right?
If I'm not mistaken, clearing data will start it fresh, removing all my customization. Really not trying to resort to that unless necessary. I'll search for a backup app when I have time so I can test clearing data. I miss titanium backup.