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  1. EAD13721

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    I have the ACS/Frozen ROM and a habit of slamming the "home" button a bunch of times when I want to leave my app's menu, or whatever program/screen I'm on.

    When you do this on the rom it pops up a (preview?) of your 3 screens. Is there any way to make it NOT do that? I'm assuming maybe it has to do with launcher pro, but this is my first time using any of this.

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    There should be a setting. Hit the menu key>preferences> and somewhere in there should be about home button action. Sorry its been a while since i used lp.
     
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    Got it. Your the best.

    Theres actually 2 settings you have to manipulate to get this done I guess. One is "do nothing" on the option above 'home screen action' and then also setting home screen action to "return to home".

    Now if my rom would only stop freezing. It's done it 5 times already on the home screen and boot screen. I've reflashed 4 times. :(
     
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    Lol, like i said its been a while. About your freezes, did you wipe your data, cache and dalvik 3x each? That will sometimes cause that if you didnt prior to flashing.
     

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