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Discussion in 'Sourcery ROM' started by Chizzele, Jun 4, 2011.
Its in ADW settings. Menu > ADW Settings > General Behavior > Home Button Binding
Ok...what if I don't have ADW settings in my settings menu?
EDIT: nevermind, I figured that out, but when I try downloading ADW Launcher, it says package not signed correctly....?
i guess i should of asked... what home app are you using?
I'm not using a home app.
The home app controls your phone your phone's operation. You can't run the phone without a home app. When you hit menu what are the option you see?
Sourcery settings, then the same ones on a stock D1.
When you are on the home screen and clicks the physical menu button the one visible on the bottom of the phone, between the home and the back button, what do you see?
Oops, hahahaha...found it.
I'm jealous, haven't been camping or fishing in years
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Weve been going here for the 4th of july week for about 15 years.
we camp and ride our atv's over the old mining passes and to old cities that were formed for mining. some are pretty hard to get to and you cant with anything bigger than a atv. my brothers band played the 4th last year. i jsut looked and its some bluegrass thing this year yuck
here is a link if your bored. you can see some of the sites and how bad the trails are in some ares. but its a blast. theres one trail going up a pass called stoney pass. its nothing but like 1 1/2 foot rocks. you pretty much stand up try to keep the throttle steady and ride it out if you stop youll be higheneded and have to lift the bike off the rocks
Its a blast. and now that i live in my motor home i get to bring my whole house with me
Alpine Loop National Backcountry Byway
if anyone wants to track me down and kill me please wait until july 10th since well leave on the 11th anyways
That park looks amazing. I'm getting my Wrangler soon and will back to places like that. This was my place of choice in SoCal Hungry Valley SVRA but ever since i crashed my dirt bike and broke my ankle in two places i havn't been doing any of that.
As soon as i fire up a new wrangler (which is safer than a dirt bike) ill go off roading again.
the Colorado Rockies are a great trail riding place but we mainly go there since you can ride all day for a week and visit something different everyday.
than we do the sand stuff also glamis in november, they go to idaho in august. i just cant get the vacation they have.
we original did jeeps up there but we found we can cover 20 times the distancde in a day on an atv. and see alot more. on the passes we could go up it easily 20 times in the time it takes a jeep to get to the top.
and many places a jeep just wont go.