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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Whatstreet, May 30, 2011.

  1. Whatstreet

    Whatstreet Android Enthusiast
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    I would like to have an app that could be setup to change a group of settings such as auto sync, Bluetooth, WiFi,, GPS with just one icon. Multiple icons could be set, each for a different situation or group of settings.

    I suppose there is something that can do this. Please post your suggestions.

    Posted with my htc Thunderbolt.
     

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    You might also take a look at Quick Settings. Not exactly what you're looking for, but very effective use of screen space with single widget.
     
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    And one more for you to look at: Setting Profiles. It's superb and can be set to switch automatically by using phone cell information if you want different profiles for different locations.
     
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    I tried Toggle Settings over the weekend. It has many of the features I was looking for but my phone idle power went up to 40% when it usually is less than 5%. I can't tolerate that kind of battery drain so I uninstalled it and power draw seems back to normal. I may just keep changing the settings manually.

    Posted with my Thunderbolt.
     

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