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jerrygon 04-29-2009 05:06 PM

Re: [ROM] [Apr 29] JUICY 7 - Build 090429H (21501.5.0.70) [UC] *Rhodium Manila*
 
+2 on this. Totally agree!

Quote:

Originally Posted by boxer112 (Post 884927)
Juicy........... just wondering will you ever make a rom with 21043 or lower (Juicy 6).
Love Juciy 7(6.5) but it's just not there yet.....
Your rom(juicy 6) is the fastest i have ever used(I TRIED THEM ALL...6.5 and 6.1)). I even tried cooking my own...
Anybody can cook their own rom, but It's still Not JUICY.

If your in a good mood and got some time in your hand...
Could you make a rom just like Juicy_6_090328H..but with updated OEM.
If not thats COOL.. I'll just keep using Juicy_6_090328H, and update by cab.I thought I would ask.

Thanks


jcl247 04-29-2009 05:57 PM

Re: [ROM] [Apr 29] JUICY 7 - Build 090429H (21501.5.0.70) [UC] *Rhodium Manila*
 
Love the rom, but on my POS Verizon phone Ram usage is at 93% after start up and clear storage. I set the page pool for 10. Should I go higher or lower or is it just the phone?

edit: Sorry, I read the FAQ this morning but forgot when I flashed. I just disabled push but it is still the same, actually 92% and bounces down to high 80s.

Juicy47 04-29-2009 06:02 PM

Re: [ROM] [Apr 29] JUICY 7 - Build 090429H (21501.5.0.70) [UC] *Rhodium Manila*
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by aaron130 (Post 884636)
I was JUST gonna write Juicy and tell him this. I just tried for the 1st time calling someone from the people tab since I flashed and you click on the person and it takes you to the different choices for ex, mobile,home ect, you click on one of them and it does nothing. So the contact tab in TF3D is broken.

as already mentioned, everything works 100% in manilla. The problem is that we dont have a working topaz/rhodium/tachi dialer to accept the shortcuts being sent through manila.

If you remember on older builds it would only call the person's primary phone# even if they had 2 or more. Ive tested with a beta rhodium dialer and the shortcuts work.

before i get jumped, no the beta dialer is not worth using as everything is cut off, and i wont be sharing.

peace

dyl4n 04-29-2009 06:08 PM

Re: [ROM] [Apr 29] JUICY 7 - Build 090429H (21501.5.0.70) [UC] *Rhodium Manila*
 
Hey everyone. I just had a quick question about push pages. Does anyone have them working like in the Youtube video demo's of TP2. I can add push pages but it doesn't seem any faster than just opening bookmarks. I have set scheduling and have been messing with it for a couple days.

There is hardly any talk about push pages considering what an awesome feature its supposed to be.

flipper2008 04-29-2009 07:27 PM

Re: [ROM] [Apr 29] JUICY 7 - Build 090429H (21501.5.0.70) [UC] *Rhodium Manila*
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by dyl4n (Post 885126)
Hey everyone. I just had a quick question about push pages. Does anyone have them working like in the Youtube video demo's of TP2. I can add push pages but it doesn't seem any faster than just opening bookmarks. I have set scheduling and have been messing with it for a couple days.

There is hardly any talk about push pages considering what an awesome feature its supposed to be.

I was afraid to ask that question becuase I thought I was doing something wrong, but I didnt notice ANY performance gain with the push. Advertising Gimick?

flipper2008 04-29-2009 07:29 PM

Re: [ROM] [Apr 29] JUICY 7 - Build 090429H (21501.5.0.70) [UC] *Rhodium Manila*
 
Juicy,

Just wondering why you dropped a few apps from the internal installs. MusicID, VoiceCommand, etc? I'm installing it myself, but it's from memory instead of inside, was thier performance issues or legal?

scuccia 04-29-2009 07:48 PM

World Clock to G-Alarm
 
2 Attachment(s)
Here are a couple of cabs to redirect the World Clock for this newer version of Manila.

One will route it to G-Alarm and the other will open the Windows default Alarm setting.

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If you have another app you would like to open let me know and I'll try and make a cab.

m0mo 04-29-2009 07:50 PM

Re: World Clock to G-Alarm
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by scuccia (Post 885307)
Here are a couple of cabs to redirect the World Clock for this newer version of Manila.

One will route it to G-Alarm and the other will open the Windows default Alarm setting.

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If you have another app you would like to open let me know and I'll try and make a cab.

does this fix the lag issue?
(or does anyone have the cab that juicy used to revert to default)

thanks!

scuccia 04-29-2009 07:52 PM

Re: World Clock to G-Alarm
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by m0mo (Post 885309)
does this fix the lag issue?
(or does anyone have the cab that juicy used to revert to default)

thanks!

It does not fix the lag, I posted the cab that set the World Clock to default and it doesn't fix the lag.

I don't think the lag has to do with the World Clock being disabled.

scuccia 04-29-2009 07:56 PM

Re: [ROM] [Apr 29] JUICY 7 - Build 090429H (21501.5.0.70) [UC] *Rhodium Manila*
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by dyl4n (Post 885126)
Hey everyone. I just had a quick question about push pages. Does anyone have them working like in the Youtube video demo's of TP2. I can add push pages but it doesn't seem any faster than just opening bookmarks. I have set scheduling and have been messing with it for a couple days.

There is hardly any talk about push pages considering what an awesome feature its supposed to be.

The push internet works fine. You have to add a bookmark as a pushpage and then wait until it updates. It will have a new icon to the right of your bookmark on the Internet tab. Then it will open instantly and tell you how long ago it was updated.


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