Root "Clean up" Settings in CM-based ROMs?

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  1. droidpcguru

    droidpcguru Well-Known Member
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    I'm sure there is no easy answer to this question.. but is there a way to remove the "HTC"-type settings in the CM-based ROMS(Koush/JRummy remix/ UD 10, etc.)? By these settings I mean the Trackball/Breathing light and similar. These ROMS would seem overall more Droid-oriented without these settings that are basically useless to us:) Deleting the HTC Copyright .apk seems easy enough..

    Let me say that I am hoping NOT to introduce the BD/UD flame-war into this thread by mentioning that ROM-anyone can see what the new UD ROM is based upon, plus BD himself mentions where the source for it came from this time...EDIT>>After seeing more evidence I retract the previous comment.
     

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  2. johnlgalt

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    I was wondering that myself - I thought about asking Koush about that, may do that later tonight.

    I have a feeling he kept it in there for a reason though....
     
  3. OMJ

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    the track ball settings control the led light on the droid for the most part
     
  4. Fabolous

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    Hey, one of those trackball settings is the 'pulse with screen on' option, which is awesome IMO.

    Why did Motorola take that out of ESE81 :thinking:
     
  5. droidpcguru

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    My bad on that one..I didn't realize it affected any of our settings. It could be renamed to match what it does on the Droid, though.
     
  6. japus

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    I agree with the OP, but more on the Breathing light. I have messed around with this setting some and found that it doesn't do much. Would be nice to remove it or at least know what it does for the Droid.
     

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