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Showing a modded version of Skype working on the Motorola Triumph. This modded apk allows for front camera video chat. The Skype from Android Market works on Triumph but only with rear camera. Instruction are in this video and here is the link to get the file. forum.xda-developers.com also try forum.xda-developers.com Update: I forgot to mention this skype mod also has the automatic sign in, on start up, is shut off. BIG BONUS! To get the video to work in vertical video you have to go into tweak setting menu and select “Enable auto rotate” and “front camera rotation” @ “180 degrees” . For landscape mode you will have to set rotation to default so it will put it back. I have seen market skype complaints of rotation problems, thank you DroidRx for this mod with tweaks. DO NOT USE FRONT CAMERA CHAT ON ROOTED PHONES WITH CUSTOM ROM UNTIL THEY GET IT FIXED IN THE CUSTOM ROM OR THE FRONT CAMERA MAY MESS UP. Please leave comments on how this works for you. especially if you install on a phone other then Triumph.
Here are Steps and time stamps you can click and jump to and back from —Intro— —Home Screen & Themes— ADW Launcher EX 0:57 iKaNDee theme for CM7 1:10 —-Root Help?— Rooting 1:30 —Defaults— Taking off defaults 2:08 SwipePAd 2:18 Clear Defaults 2:37 Don’t clear your data 3:25 Moving Apps to SD 3:34 Uninstall Apps & force Stop 3:44 —Soft Keys Buttons— Secret Hold down Functions 3:50 Ultimate Favs Pro 4:27 —-Keyboard Changing— keyboard settings 5:03 SwiftKey X keyboard selection 6:02 —Wallpaper and Widget Setting— Add Widgets 6:40 Add Live Wallpapers 7:03 WP CLOCK 7:16 —Screen Lock / Lock Screen— How to Set different stock lock screens 7:35 Pattern Lock 7:46 Pin Lock 8:24 Password Lock 8:30 —Wifi & 3G & Data— Airplane Mode 8:43 Wifi 8:55 Blue Tooth 9:38 Tethering 9:44 Mobile Data Networks 9:48 Disable Data 10:22 —Text Pop Ups— HandCent SMS 10:51 ADW Gesture swipe 11:20 Stock Messenger 11:29 Disable stock notifications 11:50 Pop Up Text Test 12:12 Delete Text messages 12:49 —Magui my Bird =] — Say Hi 13:15 —File Manager— Files on your SD Card 13:21 Delete SD files 13:50 —Power Off— Force Close problems? 14:16 —End— Mission 14:46 =] My temporary website cooloser.weebly.com Im on Google+ https Follow me on Twitter.com/ThaCooLoser or Follow me on Facebook.com/ThaCooLoser
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androidsocialmedia.com A quick look at some of my favorite Android Widgets. See in this video Weather Channel, Weather Bug, FoxNews, Analytics Widget, SMS Unread Count, Music, Facebook, Power Control, & Scoreboard. Visit blog for more details
Feel free to “touch” the like button! I would appreciate it! Thank you! forum.xda-developers.com clicking these will start an INSTANT download of the version you choose! android-wifi-tether.googlecode.com android-wifi-tether.googlecode.com android-wifi-tether.googlecode.com I AM GONNA JIZ MY PANTS! I swear my battery lasts longer with 2.3.4 and I am using 1 bar of 4G to type this, with Wifi Tether Pre 4! 3G AND 4G work GREAT! code.google.com
i will show u my top apps for my rooted droid u must be rooted to use these ps. if u want me to make u an intro like mine all u have to do is subscribe and then send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with ur email and ur username and tell me what u want to be written on the top and bottom ex. osnton1029 presents and i will make it for u and send it to u only if u subscribe though
Brandon and Geoff have already shared their top five Android apps with you. If you missed their videos, it’s well worth your time to go back and take a look! Since I focus more on hacking, slashing, and pushing your Android past what it was designed to do, I thought I’d focus on my top five apps that are a must-have for any Android power-user — though if you don’t consider yourself part of that group you should still get quite a bit of utility out of what I’ll show you in my video. 1. ROM Manager (basic version: free; premium version: .99): If you are interested in flashing ROMs, recovery images, backing up your device, or any number of other low-level tasks, ROM Manager is the app for you. It takes much of the risk out of flashing your device, and makes the processes much easier — though for those of us who are used to doing things “the old way” this seems a lot like cheating. bit.ly 2. Theme Chooser (free with CyanogenMod custom ROMs): T-Mobile created an awesome app for distributing with their phones called Theme Chooser. They later released it as opensource and the CyanogenMod team picked it up and included it in their custom ROMs. Using this app you can customize the look and feel of your Android-powered device. The app lets you install themes which can change a lot of the UI elements in the operating system including your status bar, icons, wallpapers, backgrounds, and even icon sets and widgets. 3. Launcher Pro and ADW Launcher EX (Launcher Pro: free …
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Anthony Carboni and Chris Jennings, AppJudgment’s resident Android users, give their reactions to the new features in iOS 5.
We take a look at how Sprint ID can be used to help Bi-Lingual Users Get the Most out of their Phones.
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If you watched my most recent videos you may have heard that I traded my Evo for an Epic. There were a few reasons why I came to the decision I did. One, Samsung’s Hummingbird processor pretty much spanks the Evo’s 1st gen Snapdragon. This is one of the main reasons that drew me to the device. Well, that and the awesome video/audio quality. I haven’t really been a fan of HTC’s picture/video/audio quality when recording and that’s what I do. I document most of my life in video. For my memoirs. My first day with the Epic was bitter sweet. The Hummingbird processor made Android’s UI silky smooth and menu’s, 3D gallery and games all flew by at a buttery 60fps. Even scrolling through emails or web browser is smoother than that of the Evo (but still not quite iPhone smoothness). But what I soon came to realize is that the phone was bulky. The physical keyboard wasn’t enough to justify the bulk of the phone in that it was completely useless to me. The flat, unstaggered keys were more difficult to type on than the virtual keyboard. I really felt like I had the G1 all over again (in terms of bulk). Another thing that surprised me was that the TouchWhiz on the Epic wasn’t the same as it was on the Vibrant. Little things like the launcher was stripped of certain features and bigger things like TouchWhiz’s awesome media player was curiously absent from this Sprint model of the Galaxy S. Although the phone ran fast for the first week. Almost… TOO fast. I soon found my phone slowing …
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