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Old 04-11-2009, 02:36 PM
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Mighty ROM 4.16 + customization

I just installed the Mighty ROM and have no complaints with it...

I started this thread to see what people added to the mighty ROM to keep it fast but yet customize it for better use...

I am currently looking for a profile application.. something small that will lower the ring and system volume during work hours... and something to take care of the screen brightness to help conserve battery...

i was going to install gprofile which i had on another ROM but i am not sure is it was this program or the ROM that made it run slow

http://www.ageye.de/index.php?s=gprofile/screens

this application will take care of the screen brightness and sound/ringer volume

I wasnt sure if i should go to lumos instead to take care of the screen brightness instead...??

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=450318

share your thoughts.......
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Old 04-11-2009, 02:40 PM
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Re: Mighty ROM 4.16 + customization

I've been using phonealarm since the 6600...... http://www.pocketmax.net/phoneAlarm.html

Use it in conjunction with 2nd Today IF your using TF3D

I basically reinstalled everything I had on the stock sprint ROM with no problems
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Old 04-11-2009, 03:05 PM
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Re: Mighty ROM 4.16 + customization

I use Phoneweaver
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Re: Mighty ROM 4.16 + customization

I was also a long time Phonealarm user. If like me, you don't like using secondtoday or Phonealarms internal TF support, give SBSH Phoneweaver a try. It can be activated via a button or a taskbar icon, something phonealarm should do now, not after 6.5 is released as the developer promises. Phonealarm gives more control over alarms and is skinnable, Phoneweaver is lighter and simpler. Try them both out and decide for yourself.
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Old 04-11-2009, 11:36 PM
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Re: Mighty ROM 4.16 + customization

I use v_vibrate to set my phone to vibrate during meetings and church. I have it automated with CT scheduler lite, which uses the notifications to schedule the events. You can also use CT scheduler wirth mortscript or any other program that you desire. I have it set up to go to vibrate during all of my weekly meetings/lectures. It then turns on at the scheduled end times of the meetings.
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