I like your dock icons.
Looks like a nice and minimalistic theme.
Thank you for replying.
What I still don't understand is I guess.. To blurry or focused?
Both have themes.
Sent from my DROIDX
Any progress on a Blurry update like Focused? Loving Blurry 2.0I see that Rubix Blurry 2.0 has been released:
rubiX Blurry 2.0: So fast, it blurs by - Rubik - AllDroid Public Board - rubiX Blurry 2.0: So fast, it blurs by - Rubik - AllDroid Public Board - AllDroid.org > Home
I want to flash this, but I have some questions first.
Will stock themes or Rubix 1.8 themes work on Rubix 2.0?
Will the phone take a battery hit by setting the governor to interactive?
Also, does this change overclocking? Should we not overclock if we change these settings? Do they overwrite one another, or are they meant to be used in tandem?
Does 2.0 have Quick Clock included like 1.8?
If I do flash it, will this:
Download: DROID X Dark Themed Blur Widgets by Bgill55 - Android Apps List - Tech News
Right now, I'm on Apex 1.4.1 and I use this:
imoseyon: I Got a ZIP (imoseyon mods)
Can I use this with Rubix Blurry 2.0 as well? Or is this not to be used since Drod has added all the new governors?
I'll probably flash this rom anyway, but I wanted to see if anybody could answer these questions first.
Great work, and thanks for the release Drod! Looking forward to running this as my main rom!
Lot of questions
Let me start from the bottom, and work my way up.
You can use imoseyon's mods, but I have further mods than Marius does, so it'd be best to leave it as I released.
I think the dark blur widgets by bgill are from the older, 2.3.15 froyo OTA.
All themes that worked on 1.8, will work on 2.0.
2.0 Does include QuickClock. 2.0 is 1.8 with newer and improved tweaks, and the new governors.
The new governors DO NOT affect overclocking. Overclock your little heart out
The new governors handle the way the CPU scales the clock speeds. OnDemand (the stock DX governor) scales speed up based on a sampling rate, up threshold, and the users use.
Interactive ONLY uses the users use, providing a speed boost. This can yield either battery decrease, or increase, depending on said use (e.g. if you sit on your phone and web browse for an hour straight, the cpu wouldn't scale down as often as ondemand)
Conservative scales DOWN more often than ondemand and interactive. It uses both sampling rate, up threshold, and also includes a down threshold. This would yield the best battery life of the three.
Hope my novel answers your questions dancedroid