- 05-25-2010, 11:38 AM #1
I've installed quite a few of the tweaks found here in this forum. One did not work the way it was supposed to (WMDeviceLock). The soft reset actually did a hard reset on my device. The ones that do work, work very well so thank you folks who take the time to figure this stuff out There are a couple tweaks I would really like to have work on my device but can't seem to get them to work. I install and reset one at a time but nothing. They aren't causing ANY problems, just not working. I am using a Sprint TP2 with the 6.5 standard update (not custom). These are the tweaks that don't like me: Crystal.cab (Still shows CellGuyusBlueModeClock.cab which is nice but I wanted to see what crystal looks like), NoCurtains.cab(may work but I don't see difference), Start Menu.cab(Still have 3 rows of icons not 4). If anyone has any ideas I would greatly appreciate it.
Oh yeah, 1 more question and pardon my ignorance on this. What is Titanium? Is it a custom ROM or what........?
- 05-29-2010, 02:01 PM #2
If I'm not mistaken, crystal.cab turns the clock clear, right? If you did the Sprint update, your version of Touchflo should now be Sense 2.5 (I don't have a Sprint TP2, so I could be wrong on this). If so, then crystal.cab won't work for the new version of Touchflo/Sense.
As for Titanium, it is how people refer to Windows 6.5 w/o any custom UI on top. You will see it if you disable Sense/Touchflo by going to start/settings/Home, and under the items tab, uncheck HTC Sense (or Touchflo). People like it because Sense uses a considerable amount of RAM, and some people don't need all the flashy looks and graphics of Sense and prefer the lightweight and simple interface of Titanium.
I hope this helps.
- 05-29-2010, 11:11 PM #3
Thank you Jedah. I do have Sense 2.5 so I'll stick with CellGuyusBlueModeClock.cab. It looks nice. Thanks also for clearing up the mystery (at least to me!) about Titanium. I kind of like the flash of Sense but glad to know Titanium is an alternative.
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