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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Steven58, Dec 17, 2010.

  1. lexluthor

    lexluthor Android Expert

    This [Script] V6 SuperCharger! HTK & BulletProof Launchers! The ONLY Android MEMORY FIXER! - xda-developers has resolved this issue for me. It can be a bit tricky to get set up, but it definitely works.
     

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  2. mahers

    mahers Android Expert

    Neither of those. What I am looking for is in the screenshot below. I've seen it in a few places, I just don't know how to set it up.
     

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  3. mahers

    mahers Android Expert

    Interesting. I don't plan to get a new phone yet, so maybe the dual core would help, but ever since GB, my LPP would FC several times a day. Drove me bananas!!! Switched to GL, and I think I've had it FC on me maybe once in the last 2+ weeks. Oh, and I tried Colorized Widget and Facez for Facebook, and settled on Android Pro Widgets. It was the closest I could get to LPP and had several other widgets to boot for only $.99
     
  4. drexappeal

    drexappeal Extreme Android User

    Never knew about Android Pro Widgets. Nontheless, yeah, I know what you mean 'bout the FCC issues because it was pretty consistent on my EVO. I also realized that part of the reason was I had backed up my LPP with a lot of stored cache, so it was taking up a lot more memory than it really should have been. Now, I make sure to clear out the Twitter and Facebook cache every couple weeks, to make sure I don't run into similar issues.

    I can say that having the dual core processor must have a significant effect on how LPP runs. At first, I thought maybe it was because of how Motorola re-tweaked blur, so it wasn't having a negative effect on LPP, as much as the EVO. Were it only running as smooth as it was on the EVO (at the end), I might have gone with GL+ and tried purchasing one of the widget apps. Since I was just way too familiar with LPP already and I knew it had all the widgets that were important for my needs, I decided to give it one last shot...which is great because once Fed releases the "new" version (whenever he actually gets done), I'm curious to see how that will respond.
     
  5. TLDspectre

    TLDspectre Well-Known Member

    Hmm, to me that looks like a screenshot of the "sphere" icon effect. That's just a transition effect you get when you pan through your applications if you choose that particular setting. I don't think there's a setting that will lock the apps in that particular view, at least not that I've found.
     
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  6. MyTjSux

    MyTjSux Android Enthusiast

    That is the sphere icon effect like stated above, that animation only occurs when you side scroll so you apps sit in grid form like normal until you horizontally swipe. :cool:
     
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  7. mahers

    mahers Android Expert

    Thanks! But now the million dollar question: where the hell do I find that effect option? In App Drawer Settings, the options are Vertical Continuous, Horizontal Page by Page, and Horizontal Loop. For Enter/Exit transitions, I see Default, Random, Windmill, Zoom, Flip and TV. I don't see Sphere anywhere in any setting option. :thinking:
     
  8. TLDspectre

    TLDspectre Well-Known Member

    You actually select from the main Preferences option, not the App Drawer Settings:

    Home Screen>Menu button>Preferences>Effect Settings>Icon Effect>Sphere
     
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  9. mahers

    mahers Android Expert

    Ok, now we're getting somewhere. The only thing left is figuring out why that option is disabled. It's stuck on Binary Star and will not allow me to change it. I tried selecting every possible combination, but nothing opens up that option for me. Weird.
     

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The Motorola Droid X release date was July 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 512GB RAM, TI OMAP3630 processor, and 1540mAh battery.

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