I'll work with Timur to make a custom one ASAP!
Cool. We need to modify this "800.zip" archive, here: https://github.com/C...n/bootanimation
Btw., fiddling with desc.txt did not provide the desired results. Also, when I rotate and store the images on my Ubuntu box, the JPG's grow in size (the small files grow from 2.5KB to 12KB, for example) and the modification will not render on the actual device.
so i've been using TImur's USB Rom on my N7 3G installed in-dash in my car for a little while now. Love it. great rom. 2 questions, why does the audio sound all distorted and garggled sometimes when i start my car up? (im using a FiiO usb dac). restarting the car or reconnecting OTG cable to tablet fixes this.
ALSO, does this rom (timur's USB ROM) come with a driver for external GPS receivers? Am looking into getting a USB GPS receiver.
A FiiO DAC will sound distorted, if it is under-powered. You need a more generous power supply.
What GPS driver do you have in mind?
Granted, the use of an alarm on a system in a car is probably pretty rare. I'm just being devil's advocate there. The Calendar reminders though, that for sure happens, as I use them daily.
Alarms and "soft" wake-up events show, that Android really is a personal OS. It expects you to "be around" all the time. This is less of an issue, if you just run bare AOSP or CM. But when you install GApps or 3rd party apps, many of these apps will "install" their own dedicated "soft" wake-up events. They do so during the boot process. Users have no control over this, whatsoever. But you can list the configured "soft" wake-up events that were configured on your device using this command:
adb shell dumpsys alarm > dump.txt
Entries marked with RTC and RTC_WAKEUP show upcoming and recurring events. Those marked with ELAPSED_WAKEUP, show events that occurred in the past. (Here you may find parallels with what SuspendView will display.) For fixed installation mode, we need a way to tell the device, to not
wake up from sleep, only to popup calendar entries or to engage in other unneeded activity. I am currently experimenting with a new "Firm sleep" option. "Firm sleep" disables all "soft" events while in deep sleep. These events will then occur, when *you* wake the device. While working on this over the next few days, I may be a little slow responding to the list.
Edited by Timur, 01 May 2013 - 12:46 AM.