More features coming, hold tight.Hi... how to insert image / attach image when i replying a thread ?
Didn't find an option for it.
The update check uses an infinitesimal amount of data. Wait until you're on WiFi to download it.Update notification is cool but would be nice to have option to enable or disable it for users watching data usage.
I totally like the idea of labs with fully integrated forum! Maybe you could go further with this and integrate open source apps like fdroid does or maybe team up with them about the apps.Great question. XDA One was intended to be a jumping off point until we could have a better app plan, and that's what XDA Labs is. So we aren't 100% sure what we will do (open to suggestions!) but as of now, our focus is on Labs.
Thanks for putting such efforts into this project. XDA deserves a reliable appYou'll see a lot that's familiar with XDA One, because we merged the code into Labs and made a handful of much-needed improvements.
Like previously mentioned, the notification is just a notification, it uses an incredibly tiny amount of bandwidth. You can choose to actually download updates at your own discretion, like when you're on wifi. That said, the ability for users to pick/choose when to receive notifications is something we're working on adding to the settings.Update notification is cool but would be nice to have option to enable or disable it for users watching data usage.
This feature is being worked on as we speakHi... how to insert image / attach image when i replying a thread ?
Hmm that ain't good! The app will only do that if it can't get root or if it can't find the XposedInstaller's data dir (since it inserts your enabled mods there). If you could provide a log and let me know more info on your setup that would be great.As for the xposed part in labs? Is this already fully working or is it a bug that "enable mod" shows up a pop up that I need xposed be installed? (Because it already is )
THIS GUY! Thank you @FLooDW!
logcat hereI subscribed to the "Ask ANY questions" thread, but today if I try to open it with both XDA One and XDA Labs apps I get a "problems with your request" message , I'll provide a logcat later (XDA apps don't let me attach it)
Inviato utilizzando XDA One
Could you gimme a bit more info on this? Where are you trying to open a link in particular? We use custom chrome tabs in the Discover article page, Forums and App/Xposed details. There is, however, a setting to explicitly disable Custom Chrome Tabs in Settings. It's enabled by default though so I don't suppose you manually toggled it off?Chrome Custom Tab is working for you guys? Here in my Nexus 4 running Chroma ROM (Android 6.0) and latest Chrome Dev when I open a link I'm redirected to the browser, not custom chrome tab
My device is a Samsung Galaxy S2 - HDPI 480x800. Indeed a bit strange because this bug was fixed on XDA One first version by @-BioHaZard-, thanks to him for his work btw, commit: Navigation drawer width fix for HDPI phones .Very weird to see this navdrawer issue. What device/resolution/etc? More info is better.
I personally love Crowdin. Have used it for a few projects and would love to use it for this one too. I also love & use F-Droid for an app of mine. I think we're open to a lot of things right now, but we'll see based on feedback from you guys.
Ah right, that's one mighty small resolution.