Update 2: System versions for cyanogenmod rom users
- ADW.Launcher v1.0.1 for cyanogenmod 5.0.8 dream/magic
- ADW.Launcher v1.0.1 for cyanogenmod 5.0.8 nexus one
- ADW.Launcher v1.0.1 for cyanogenmod 6RC1 dream/magic
- ADW.Launcher v1.0.1 for cyanogenmod 6RC1 nexus one
Use adb push, rootexplorer or whatever method you want to update it. Or wait for someone else’s posting flashable zips :-)
Update: v1.0.1 released!
I’ve released a little fix cause in the previous one (my fault) the widget longpress timeout (for moving widgets) was too long (2seconds). Now it’s on 700milliseconds.
Sorry everyone :-)
Sorry guys, long time without updating :(
I’ve been very busy with the new experimental feature for ADW.Launcher, support for custom themes :-)
I know there are a few remaining bugs out there and things that could be improved, but I’m a one-man-army and I don’t have the knowledge to make things better yet…
With this version I’m releasing 4 custom themes made by myself, 2 free ones and 2 paid ones. Yeah, you’ve read right, paid.
I’ve removed the donation link from the ADW.Launcher settings menu and, if enough people buy my themes i could remove the donation link from the site too. As some of you already know, I’m actually unemployed so every little help is really welcome to pay the rent and having food for my family (we’re only 3, but the kid eats like 3!) ;-)
Ok, so i post a few pics of how ADW.Launcher looks with the applied themes, and later the next week I’ll be posting more info on how everyone can create custom themes using my Theme Template project.
One last thing, I will probably releasing my themes stuff on http://themes.piratemedia.tv/ not here, I want this blog to remain only for the launcher development so please, don’t comment here for themes!!! The only thing theme-related on this blog will be the Theme Template and the instruction manual as I said above ;-)
Ok, now the pics!!!
P.S.-The persistence option is BAD and I’m a BAD CODER, so I’m sure my implementation is VERY BAD. So if you run issues, disable it.
P.S.2-Froyo Apps2SD is a pain in the ass if you don’t use it correctly. Believe me, I try to make things the better I can, but remember what google says about putting widgets, services or important apps onto SD:
When not to install on SD card?
The advantage of installing on SD card is easy to understand: contention for storage space is reduced. There are costs, the most obvious being that your app is disabled when the SD card is either removed or in USB Mass Storage mode; this includes running Services, not just interactive Activities. Aside from this, device removal disables an application’s Widgets, Input methods, Account Managers, Device administrators, Live wallpapers, and Live folders, and may require explicit user action to re-enable them.