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Minimalist Home Replacement?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Hegemony, Dec 13, 2009.

  1. Hegemony

    Hegemony Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    So I've been messing around with some home replacements but not really digging them for one reason or another. It occurs to me that I only want them for one reason: more home screen panels.

    Is there a home replacement (maybe what I'm talking about isn't even a replacement) that will allow me to just increase the number of home screens I have? The one big stipulation is that it has to work with stock widgets. I don't know if this is even possible... thoughts?

    I find that I like the sort of spartan Android interface, and I'm not interested in flashy skins or anything. Does anyone else want this sort of thing, or am I just weird?

    Clarification: Ideally, I wouldn't want the Android UI changed in any way except for the additional home screens.
     


  2. Paul_C

    Paul_C Newbie

    You might be weird, but you're not alone. I'm on the lookout for the same thing.
     
  3. daihl92

    daihl92 Member

    home++
    its amazing
    minimalistic and you can have up to 7 homescreens
     
  4. superdesi

    superdesi Android Enthusiast

    Just and fyi, while pandahome does give you the ability to increase to 11 homescreens, I had it on 9 and it was crashing constantly. I brought it back down to 7 and things are a bit smoother albeit with still some less frequent crashing.
    I saw another thread that asked a similiar question but it only got answered with pandahome GDE home++ etc
    looks like ur only bet is an entire homescreen app instead of minimalist add homescreens app
     
  5. Hegemony

    Hegemony Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    I tried it, but some widgets (facebook, twidroid, music) didn't work properly. Also, is there a way to remove the "Power Strip" from the bottom and put the app drawer back in? To clarify, I want a home replacement that doesn't touch the UI at all, except to add more home screen panels.
    Maybe if more people are into this a developer might show up and offer to work on it. I'd definitely pay a few bucks for this.
     
  6. daihl92

    daihl92 Member

    no there is not a way to remove the power strip and i dont know of anything that only adds more homescreen panels
     
  7. robmal

    robmal Lurker

    No yr not alone!

    More screens and everything else EXACTLY the same is what I want too

    Rob
     

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