[Q] broke my home haptic

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erad1

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I am running GR-11 and liking it....but I recently uploaded an i9000 theme for JVB roms and it seems to have broken my home haptic feedback.:rolleyes: Is there any way to fix this without reflashing...preferably with a CWM zip?
 

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I am running GR-11 and liking it....but I recently uploaded an i9000 theme for JVB roms and it seems to have broken my home haptic feedback.:rolleyes: Is there any way to fix this without reflashing...preferably with a CWM zip?

Grab the android policy jar from your rom zip and use root explorer to put it in your system/framework folder and over write the old one. You must be careful flashing themes as the roms are very modded and if the theme doesnt have the mods then you will lose functions like the feedback
 
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Trying to use astro and it doesn't allow me to copy/paste anything into system/framework...never has, although my system is mounted rw thru SGS toolbox...ill have to try another file manager i guess. unless there is something about astro im not aware of. What i've heard/read is that the only difference in the pro version is its ad-free. Is that true?
 

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Trying to use astro and it doesn't allow me to copy/paste anything into system/framework...never has, although my system is mounted rw thru SGS toolbox...ill have to try another file manager i guess. unless there is something about astro im not aware of. What i've heard/read is that the only difference in the pro version is its ad-free. Is that true?

From what I understand Astro will not work as it doesnt have the ability to edit root files. I use Root Explorer and not sure about astro
 

erad1

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Thanks for your help but I tried es/file explorer and file expert but neither actually worked....weird? Guess ill just wait for the actual GR release as I am very pleased with my current version.

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you need to mount the system folder r/w outside of astro before you edit anything. you can use terminal emulator for that but you might as well use adb for everything. atleast then you mave a big screen and a keyboard. you can also buy root explorer which lets you mount folders r/w in the app, it is one of the few apps that are worth it for root users.
 
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you need to mount the system folder r/w outside of astro before you edit anything. you can use terminal emulator for that but you might as well use adb for everything. atleast then you mave a big screen and a keyboard. you can also buy root explorer which lets you mount folders r/w in the app, it is one of the few apps that are worth it for root users.

Supermanager mounts RW and is free :D

This helped me a lot because no ammount of adb shell commands would get my /system to RW
 

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    I am running GR-11 and liking it....but I recently uploaded an i9000 theme for JVB roms and it seems to have broken my home haptic feedback.:rolleyes: Is there any way to fix this without reflashing...preferably with a CWM zip?

    Grab the android policy jar from your rom zip and use root explorer to put it in your system/framework folder and over write the old one. You must be careful flashing themes as the roms are very modded and if the theme doesnt have the mods then you will lose functions like the feedback
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