Support What app allows me to add seperate power controls?

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  1. rsarno

    rsarno Thank Me, Im Irish!
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    I am playing with WidgetLocker and the power bar just looks fugly.

    I remember seeing some people were able to put 1x1 controls for certain things. I would like mobile data, airplane mode, and brightness.

    Can someone suggest the method?
     

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  2. bollin

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    press and hold on any open space on the Home Screen, click "Widget", scroll down to "settings", add various settings widgets (airplane mode, bluetooth, GPS, etc.)
     
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  3. Terabethia

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    There's quite a few of them.

    This is a pack called OnOff Widgets Pack. It's $2.99. However, you can download each of them individually for free. Weird... I know :rolleyes: Just look at the "related items" to get those.

    Then there are the ones called Toggle Widget. Again, you have to download them all individually, but they look cooler (in my opinion) and they are free. And just like the other ones, you can get a paid version with all included for $1.99. OnOff Widgets Pack - Android app on AppBrain
     
  4. Terabethia

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    This won't work for you, those are Sense widgets which are not supported in Widget Locker.
     
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  5. rsarno

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    Thanks much
     
  6. Contempt

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    Extended Controls is the best one I have found. It's one of the very few apps I paid for.
     
  7. jumperpin

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    Power Widget (BK Mobility), finally fixed for 2.2, comes in free/cheap versions.

    Nice tight widgeting allows you to configure up to 7 buttons across the screen. Includes USB and battery level...among all the others.
     
  8. radtechy

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    use the one by htc

    long press on home---widget---power control it takes up 4 slots on 1 row but its worth it (wifi, bluetooth,gps,sync brightness) and its free
     

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