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[APP][2014-01-06] Advanced Signal Status v1.4.1

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OP yarly

yarly

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Posted 11 January 2014 - 06:38 PM #91

Hi Yarly
Thanks for fixing the root issue. There is a mistake in the code as lte snr does not calculate anymore. It says na. Worked fine in the prev version. I assume is something simple.
TIA.

 

 

Hmm, can you get me a screen shot with debugging enabled please? Might have to wait a few moments for the info to show up.

 

EDIT: nevermind, fixed it and pushed out an update. Assuming no more bugs, probably no significant updates again until sometime in February. Too much other crap to do right now unfortunately. 


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Posted 28 February 2014 - 12:39 PM #92

So I haven't seen implications in this thread that you would, but haven't been able to find a way to do it through others either. Just wondering if you had any thoughts about replacing those signal bars with a dbm value? I haven't seen it done in any stock rom and i'm not a dev, so I have no idea how much of a pain that would be.

 

Thanks for the great app!


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OP yarly

yarly

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Posted 29 March 2014 - 07:58 PM #93

So I haven't seen implications in this thread that you would, but haven't been able to find a way to do it through others either. Just wondering if you had any thoughts about replacing those signal bars with a dbm value? I haven't seen it done in any stock rom and i'm not a dev, so I have no idea how much of a pain that would be.

 

Thanks for the great app!

 

Sorry for the delayed reply, didn't get a notification. That's something that's outside the realm of an app really (at least one that's trying to avoid modifying stuff on the system level [which draws too much attention from Google these days on the market]). Lots of ROMs have that feature though, such as Cyanogenmod and AOKP. There's probably something for the Xposed framework that does it I would assume for stock ROMs. I would try looking there first. Eventually I might add a notification to show signal, but don't think I'd want to get into replacing the bars.


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