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Old November 11th, 2010, 10:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Dazzle seems perfect, but...

I cannot find instructions. Actually, that's true for most Android apps, and they're not needed.

With Dazzle, I have GPS, Brightness, Bluetooth, Volume, WiFI, and it all works fine.

However, there's also an icon that looks like UP/DOWN arrows - sometimes it's lit up, sometimes not. Touching it does nothing. I cannot recall what it is supposed to be. Wouldn't YOU be curious?

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I cannot find instructions. Actually, that's true for most Android apps, and they're not needed.

With Dazzle, I have GPS, Brightness, Bluetooth, Volume, WiFI, and it all works fine.

However, there's also an icon that looks like UP/DOWN arrows - sometimes it's lit up, sometimes not. Touching it does nothing. I cannot recall what it is supposed to be. Wouldn't YOU be curious?
That would be the mobile data toggle, however, Dazzle's doesn't function on a CDMA carrier such as Verizon so it's basically useless. I would just remove it.
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ok - but how? I don't recall selecting it in the first place.
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I cannot find instructions.
What's of them are here: https://code.google.com/p/moonblink/wiki/Dazzle

The Froyo Power Control widget looks to be pretty similar to this; I use it quite often. I take my phone with me in case there is an emergency, but I turn off WiFi, sync and mobile data and then toggle them back on when I get home. It's a good way to save battery when you don't need to be so data connected (and run through areas with little to no connectivity.)
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The Froyo Power Control widget looks to be pretty similar to this; I use it quite often.)
The last couple of Froyo ROMs I've tried (Nonsensikal 10.8 and FroSheYo V4) have the power control 'widget' in the notification bar drop down. I think that's very cool. It allows me to remove the widget and just use the one built into the notifications screen.
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ok - but how? I don't recall selecting it in the first place.
You have to remove the widget and then add it back to your home screen. When you add it there is a list of items you can pick from to be active on the widget, IE: WiFi, GPS, Sync etc.
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