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gavinhungry

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Apr 4, 2012
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Hi all,

Since it didn't seem like anybody had written Xposed modules for some features I wanted, I wrote a couple myself. These are OxygenOS-specific. If you have any other OxygenOS-specific Xposed modules you'd like to see, let me know in this thread. I'm just getting started using Xposed, so I'm learning as I go.

No Quick Pulldown: http://repo.xposed.info/module/io.gavinhungry.xposed.oneplus.noquickpulldown
This disables the "quick pulldown" (which is when you swipe down on the right side of your statusbar, it skips the notifications and takes you straight to quick settings). This module also disables "smart pulldown" (which is when you get the quick pulldown behavior only when you have no notifications). As a side-effect, it also disables "two-finger quick pulldown." Since I don't use that, I don't care, but I could rework it if needed.

Reverse Alert Slider: http://repo.xposed.info/module/io.gavinhungry.xposed.oneplus.reversealertslider
This reverses the direction of the alert slider, so now the bottom position is "No interruptions," and the top position is "All notifications." It also disables the toast notification you see when moving the slider, and it removes the status from below the volume slider, both of which I found annoying (if you want to change the alert slider to control vibratation instead, check out VibrateMode).

No Quick Settings Edit Button: http://repo.xposed.info/module/io.gavinhungry.xposed.oneplus.noqseditbutton
This one is pretty minor, but since I only need to set the ordering of my Quick Settings tiles once, I don't want to see the little edit icon every day in my statusbar. This removes the icon. If you want to reorder your Quick Settings some more, you'll need to disable this module.
 
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merewood bebox

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some great work, thanks for this, was thinking of a vibrate mode instead of priority for xposed, if there is a solution can you let me know?
 

locxFIN

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Hey, I shared the link to this thread on OnePlus forums, I hope you don't mind. Just installed the reverse alert slider module, works like it's supposed to, thanks!
 

gavinhungry

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think it would be good if you could select if you want the volume short cuts etc. Would be nice touch
The biggest reason I disabled that was because I couldn't figure out how to get it stay in sync with the slider - also, I never used it and found it annoying.

Introducing that as an option relies on 2 things - me be able to figure out how to keep it in sync, and me being able to create a UI. I'm not much of an Android developer, I'm afraid. If I can do those, I may also just combine these into a single module, then keep adding options to it.
 

valexi

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Kuopio
Why don't you add all these options in one app like wanam xposed does to Samsung devices?

Sent from my ONE A2003 using Tapatalk
 

KOAO

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Oct 10, 2010
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Um, Its been sometime since I've been part of the Rooted Club (Last Phone to be rooted and unlocked was the HTC Droid DNA). I get the "Xposed is not compatible with Android SDK version 22 or your processor architecture (Arm64-v8a)" Can anyone help me out with this? Thanks.
 

DroneDoom

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Um, Its been sometime since I've been part of the Rooted Club (Last Phone to be rooted and unlocked was the HTC Droid DNA). I get the "Xposed is not compatible with Android SDK version 22 or your processor architecture (Arm64-v8a)" Can anyone help me out with this? Thanks.

Flash xposed-v75-sdk22-arm64.zip
 

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    Hi all,

    Since it didn't seem like anybody had written Xposed modules for some features I wanted, I wrote a couple myself. These are OxygenOS-specific. If you have any other OxygenOS-specific Xposed modules you'd like to see, let me know in this thread. I'm just getting started using Xposed, so I'm learning as I go.

    No Quick Pulldown: http://repo.xposed.info/module/io.gavinhungry.xposed.oneplus.noquickpulldown
    This disables the "quick pulldown" (which is when you swipe down on the right side of your statusbar, it skips the notifications and takes you straight to quick settings). This module also disables "smart pulldown" (which is when you get the quick pulldown behavior only when you have no notifications). As a side-effect, it also disables "two-finger quick pulldown." Since I don't use that, I don't care, but I could rework it if needed.

    Reverse Alert Slider: http://repo.xposed.info/module/io.gavinhungry.xposed.oneplus.reversealertslider
    This reverses the direction of the alert slider, so now the bottom position is "No interruptions," and the top position is "All notifications." It also disables the toast notification you see when moving the slider, and it removes the status from below the volume slider, both of which I found annoying (if you want to change the alert slider to control vibratation instead, check out VibrateMode).

    No Quick Settings Edit Button: http://repo.xposed.info/module/io.gavinhungry.xposed.oneplus.noqseditbutton
    This one is pretty minor, but since I only need to set the ordering of my Quick Settings tiles once, I don't want to see the little edit icon every day in my statusbar. This removes the icon. If you want to reorder your Quick Settings some more, you'll need to disable this module.
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    I added RawGit links to the APKs in the OP, for those having trouble finding them.
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    Please for one plus 3
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    think it would be good if you could select if you want the volume short cuts etc. Would be nice touch
    The biggest reason I disabled that was because I couldn't figure out how to get it stay in sync with the slider - also, I never used it and found it annoying.

    Introducing that as an option relies on 2 things - me be able to figure out how to keep it in sync, and me being able to create a UI. I'm not much of an Android developer, I'm afraid. If I can do those, I may also just combine these into a single module, then keep adding options to it.
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    Is it possible for you to look into disabling the power menu on lockscreen? The various xposed modules including GB doesn't work with OOS
    there's no working module in the moment for disabling power button
    U may want to try this:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2842792
    Works perfectly for me, set it up how u want, and disable what u don't want showing in lock screen :)