Toggle Me Silly; The Newest Addition to the CyanogenMod ROM for the EVO 4G

Here we are back with the latest and greatest addition to the CM6 Nightly Build #126.  I’ll keep it short & simple this time, just wanted to point out the new toggle switches in the drop down notification menu!  There is now the ability to enable/disable WIFI, Bluetooth, GPS & Vibrate mode.  This is a very welcomed addition to the highly sought after modding paradise we’ve become accustomed to with CM6 Nightly Builds.  Check out the screenshot from my EVO 4G & flash away!!!

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  1. robbiep
    October 18, 21:24 Reply

    actually, you can put whatever toggles you want there, not just the wifi, bluetooth, gps, and vibrate. I’m running the latest nightly for the cdma hero and have wifi, bluetooth, gps, and brightness set for mine. awesome addition.

    • drdrewdown
      October 18, 21:52 Reply

      thanks for your input! we agree, its pure awesomeness

  2. Jonathan
    October 18, 22:47 Reply

    Too bad I’m still on the 116 nightly because I haven’t been able to either of the last two nightly to boot up.

    • drdrewdown
      October 18, 23:22 Reply

      @Jonathan are you using Snap Kernel w/ Turbo mode?

  3. Ralph Eger
    October 26, 11:02 Reply

    Schade, dieses Thema war jetzt nicht so ganz das Wahre für euch, oder?

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