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Walrii boot animation for Android

Started by novenary, May 24, 2015, 06:04:22 PM

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novenary

Lol I didn't even know it displayed uptime in there. Which phone is that ?

Snektron

A whole 36 Hours... a new record ;D
I think i crashed it wilst developing the notifier app <_<
Also Whatsapp has very poor curstom rom support and crashes it once in a while too
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brentmaas

@DarkestEx I've got a little more with about 1080h since last boot time (10th of april, 2015 16:13)
Last reboot time was because of updates
Lel I glitched Omni

novenary

Lol I've had over a week of uptime. Some times things get glitchy so I need to reboot. I also need to when I install a new android build or when I mess around.

DarkestEx

Quote from: Streetwalrus on May 24, 2015, 10:05:34 PM
Lol I didn't even know it displayed uptime in there. Which phone is that ?
Motorola Moto G2; Android 5.0.2
You can get to the uptime info like this: Settings -> About device -> Status; and then scroll down
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DarkestEx

Quote from: Streetwalrus on May 24, 2015, 10:38:27 PM
Lol I've had over a week of uptime. Some times things get glitchy so I need to reboot. I also need to when I install a new android build or when I mess around.
Yeah, I guess so. But actually the stock firmware I'm running is quite stable so no reason to really reboot often.
Also do I still have full warranty so no reason to break it.
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Yuki

I should check out how to make theme apks. Also install a ROM that support themes.
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DJ Omnimaga

Quote from: Streetwalrus on May 24, 2015, 10:38:27 PM
Lol I've had over a week of uptime. Some times things get glitchy so I need to reboot. I also need to when I install a new android build or when I mess around.
In my case I think I once reached about a month of uptime on Android 4.4.4 because I never ran into issues nor slowdowns. For Android 5.1 it's a different story, though, because after a week or so, my desktop icons list like to reboot when closing apps every now and then, the phone becomes quite warm and I get some slowdowns, so I have to restart after a week or so. Android 4.4.4 was definitively more stable than 5.1.
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novenary

Quote from: Juju on May 25, 2015, 12:27:05 AM
I should check out how to make theme apks. Also install a ROM that support themes.
It's not that hard. All the info and template are available here.

Snektron

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on May 25, 2015, 03:45:03 AM
Quote from: Streetwalrus on May 24, 2015, 10:38:27 PM
Lol I've had over a week of uptime. Some times things get glitchy so I need to reboot. I also need to when I install a new android build or when I mess around.
In my case I think I once reached about a month of uptime on Android 4.4.4 because I never ran into issues nor slowdowns. For Android 5.1 it's a different story, though, because after a week or so, my desktop icons list like to reboot when closing apps every now and then, the phone becomes quite warm and I get some slowdowns, so I have to restart after a week or so. Android 4.4.4 was definitively more stable than 5.1.

Yeah 5.1 is really unstable from what i've heard <_<. The 5.1 sdk isn't reallly a wonder either
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novenary

I'm not having too many issues on 5.1. Been running it almost since it came out.

DarkestEx

Quote from: Streetwalrus on May 25, 2015, 10:48:33 AM
I'm not having too many issues on 5.1. Been running it almost since it came out.
Totally agree; using the stock firmware.
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alexgt

Cool, I should prank my mom by putting it on her tablet :P
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