Stock Android look, Stock settings menu!!


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  1. chaoscentral

    chaoscentral Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Go to the market and download Panda Home, this will give you a nice stock android feel, and it makes the settings menu return to stock form :) Part of touchWiz is gone, looks like its not as tightly integrated as I thought :)
     

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  2. KDH

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    Thanks for the info. I really like this, Especially the side dock things. And It's much quicker to change panels than TwLauncher.
     
  3. ganns1980

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    I've been using dxtop, and I love it!
     
  4. rubi76

    rubi76 Well-Known Member

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    Is panda home free?
    Is Dx top free?
    Also I heard about Open Home, but when I look for it in the market i see a thousand Open Home skins, but not the original Open Home that needs to be installed - does anyone know how to look for it?
     
  5. coeus

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    Panda Home is free. It's the only home screen replacement I've used, but I love it. More like the default Android. Also, it's a lot quicker and snappier than TW.

    I've heard good things about Open Home. It is $3.99 in the market. Best way to find it is to search for "open home full". Comes up second on the list for me.
     
  6. ganns1980

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    dxtop I think was $2.99 or $3.99, either way worth every penny. Just bought GDE to check out.
     
  7. bigch0ps

    bigch0ps Well-Known Member

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    Yes Panda home is excellent! Its free and it gives me the original android os look i wanted!
     
  8. Ohgami

    Ohgami Well-Known Member

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    Interesting enough Every Home Replacement I tried the TW Settings menu was there. Is there something I'm Missing? (Tried aHome and Panda Home mostly)

    I feel dumb. I can access them using the Menu Button. Using the Settings icon in the Tray launches the TW Settings.
     
  9. derrickps3

    derrickps3 Well-Known Member

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    when you say stock, do you mean by the android's default UI?
     
  10. Ozymandias

    Ozymandias Well-Known Member

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    I wonder how GDE looks on this thing. Once mine comes in, I'm definately giving it a shot.
     
  11. yatimameiji

    yatimameiji Well-Known Member

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    I hear using Panda Home and the like really means you are running two homes at the same time.

    But what settings are missing? This is my first android phone so I dont have anything else to go on(and I'm loving this phone btw).
     
  12. rubi76

    rubi76 Well-Known Member

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    with panda you are not missing anything really.

    Just pisses me off the CONTACTS in touchwiz.

    Anyone found out a way to go back to original contacts?
     
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    +1

    Also, has anybody been able to get the stock notification bar look?
     
  14. Ozymandias

    Ozymandias Well-Known Member

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    aContacts + advanced launcher from xda is the closest you can get
     

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