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JmPTaz09

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Re: [rom][4.2.2]Mar-20[Linaro][GCC][AOSP][LiquidSmooth][Mako]

Good to hear it's continuing; spent many hours testing roms before I decided to stick with this one for awhile :D

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Can anyone help me changing language of apps? I changed it in settings to English US but nothing changes even after reboot.. I had problem with connecting wifi, flashed Matrix kernel and wifi is working fine now..
 
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Re: [rom][4.2.2]Mar-20[Linaro][GCC][AOSP][LiquidSmooth][Mako]

A little confused here...first part of the Liquid team split off and started another rom and now Amplified is splitting off Liquid as well? Trying to keep all this straight, lol (no disrespect).

Amplified eventually stays...

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well not to add to your plate, but will we ever see multi-directional pie out side of PA? looking at different videos of people showing off pie in pa, there's a tic box to in pie gravity for left, right, top and bottom. if we could see that this rom would be perfect.

This is already available in the ROM, it has been for a while now. Go to Settings>Piecontrols then tick "Pie Control". I believe you need to make sure everything has an option selected, I think it's just a few below "Pie Control" but give a quick look at them all. Select the pie gravity, then un-tick and re-tick "Pie Control" and it should be activated to whatever you set it to.

P.S. - IMO it works best on the left or right. Top and bottom are kind of cutoff if you have more than 3 targets.
 
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This is already available in the ROM, it has been for a while now. Go to Settings>Piecontrols then tick "Pie Control". I believe you need to make sure everything has an option selected, I think it's just a few below "Pie Control" but give a quick look at them all. Select the pie gravity, then un-tick and re-tick "Pie Control" and it should be activated to whatever you set it to.

P.S. - IMO it works best on the left or right. Top and bottom are kind of cutoff if you have more than 3 targets.

yeah all of my gravity options are just radio buttons not tick boxes. one of the videos I saw for pa pie beta offered tick boxes instead of radio buttons. if theres a work around im missing to enable left and right at the same time id love that.
 

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yeah all of my gravity options are just radio buttons not tick boxes. one of the videos I saw for pa pie beta offered tick boxes instead of radio buttons. if theres a work around im missing to enable left and right at the same time id love that.


Sorry, I misunderstood your original post. If you want the multi-touch option you can download the LMT Launcher v1.91, that has multi-touch option. I did speak to Amp and he said eventually it will make it's way into the ROM. For now use LMT Launcher as an alternative. :)
 

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Re: [rom][4.2.2]Mar-20[Linaro][GCC][AOSP][LiquidSmooth][Mako]

How do you get to this setting

[LG NEXUS⁴] [LIQUIDSMOOTH] [MATR1X] [POETIC BLK BUMPER] [APEX PRO] [TAPATALK PRO]

Get to the secret menu with *#*#4636#*#*
Tap "Phone Information"
Tap the menu button on the bottom right
Tap "Select radio band"

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Re: [rom][4.2.2]Mar-20[Linaro][GCC][AOSP][LiquidSmooth][Mako]

Get to the secret menu with *#*#4636#*#*
Tap "Phone Information"
Tap the menu button on the bottom right
Tap "Select radio band"

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Which one should I select. I'm on T-Mobile US.

[LG NEXUS⁴] [LIQUIDSMOOTH] [MATR1X] [POETIC BLK BUMPER] [APEX PRO] [TAPATALK PRO]
 

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Sorry, I misunderstood your original post. If you want the multi-touch option you can download the LMT Launcher v1.91, that has multi-touch option. I did speak to Amp and he said eventually it will make it's way into the ROM. For now use LMT Launcher as an alternative. :)

sorry should have specified. glad to hear its gonna be implemented because I don't really like the look of lmt and I tried pie from the play store and didn't really like it either. and im glad amp isnt leaving, these nightlies are the only good part of my day.
 

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Re: [rom][4.2.2]Mar-20[Linaro][GCC][AOSP][LiquidSmooth][Mako]

Get to the secret menu with *#*#4636#*#*
Tap "Phone Information"
Tap the menu button on the bottom right
Tap "Select radio band"

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How does this improve wall penetration?

[LG NEXUS⁴] [LIQUIDSMOOTH] [MATR1X] [POETIC BLK BUMPER] [APEX PRO] [TAPATALK PRO]
 

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Re: [rom][4.2.2]Mar-20[Linaro][GCC][AOSP][LiquidSmooth][Mako]

How does this improve wall penetration?

[LG NEXUS⁴] [LIQUIDSMOOTH] [MATR1X] [POETIC BLK BUMPER] [APEX PRO] [TAPATALK PRO]

If you force the 1900MHz band, it is the same frequency as AT&T for HSPA+, rather than the non standard T-Mobile 1700/2100 MHz, which is known for poorer signal indoors.
I believe this frequency has better building penetration, alas for slower speeds. Still HSPA+21, so not 2G or anything. Or course, this works well only if you live in an area where T-Mobile refarmed their network.

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Which one should I select. I'm on T-Mobile US.

[LG NEXUS⁴] [LIQUIDSMOOTH] [MATR1X] [POETIC BLK BUMPER] [APEX PRO] [TAPATALK PRO]

Whoop. Missed this. Choose PCS (1900 MHz)

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Re: [rom][4.2.2]Mar-20[Linaro][GCC][AOSP][LiquidSmooth][Mako]

Originally Posted by dEris
How does this improve wall penetration?

[LG NEXUS⁴] [LIQUIDSMOOTH] [MATR1X] [POETIC BLK BUMPER] [APEX PRO] [TAPATALK PRO]

If you force the 1900MHz band, it is the same frequency as AT&T for HSPA+, rather than the non standard T-Mobile 1700/2100 MHz, which is known for poorer signal indoors.
I believe this frequency has better building penetration, alas for slower speeds. Still HSPA+21, so not 2G or anything. Or course, this works well only if you live in an area where T-Mobile refarmed their network.

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---------- Post added at 05:29 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:28 PM ----------

Originally Posted by dEris
Which one should I select. I'm on T-Mobile US.

[LG NEXUS⁴] [LIQUIDSMOOTH] [MATR1X] [POETIC BLK BUMPER] [APEX PRO] [TAPATALK PRO]

Whoop. Missed this. Choose PCS (1900 MHz)

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Mine still fc when I click select band am I missing something?

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Re: [rom][4.2.2]Mar-20[Linaro][GCC][AOSP][LiquidSmooth][Mako]

if you force the 1900mhz band, it is the same frequency as at&t for hspa+, rather than the non standard t-mobile 1700/2100 mhz, which is known for poorer signal indoors.
I believe this frequency has better building penetration, alas for slower speeds. Still hspa+21, so not 2g or anything. Or course, this works well only if you live in an area where t-mobile refarmed their network.

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---------- post added at 05:29 pm ---------- previous post was at 05:28 pm ----------



whoop. Missed this. Choose pcs (1900 mhz)

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[lg nexus⁴] [liquidsmooth] [matr1x] [poetic blk bumper] [apex pro] [tapatalk pro]
 

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    Change of events

    Well, guys ... the thread should stay open now, or i can create a new one .. otherwise, i will be building the source again as soon as i configure a development environment. My stable one was broken which is part of what originally had triggered an awesome personal shift between some members of our organization, & i will be doing a small modifications to the reboot menu and posting some dailies + the code will be merged for the reboot menu as soon as it goes stable.

    Best thing is - - dailies will continue -- & i am back with my buddy Rj....

    see ya'll next nightly build (coming your way soon)

    Expect a daily for 03/27/2013 @ the latest. and and unofficial ETA for my reboot remix (lol) is 03/30/2013 ;x

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    iam lost thought there was already a thread

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