Message from discussion Wi-Fi switch suggestion and exit request.
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Subject: Re: Wi-Fi switch suggestion and exit request.
From: kolbysoft <kolbys...@gmail.com>
To: SteelAndroid <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Here, to fully appreciate the developer sentiment, read the whole
discussion, including the replies from Google:
On May 1, 10:38=A0am, cebweb <ceb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Well that is crap. Did they give a reason? Can I get a link?
> On May 1, 8:00=A0am, kolbysoft <kolbys...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Sad but true, all hail our engineering mastermind overlords at G.
> > Michael
> > On May 1, 8:26=A0am, schwiz <sch...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > google is taking away the ability for developers to switch things lik=
> > > wifi on and off in the cupcake patch which is being rolled out any
> > > day. =A0>:(
> > > On Apr 30, 10:08=A0pm, cebweb <ceb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > I was wondering how hard it would be to implement an option for ste=
> > > > to enable WI-FI when launched and then turn it off again when using
> > > > the exit command. I am picturing something like the half dozen "qui=
> > > > settings" programs out there but integrated into steel as to not wo=
> > > > about opening another program. Ideally I imagine a stand alone prog=
> > > > that will run in the background and scan for user specified
> > > > applications. If those apps are launched it activates WI-FI for the
> > > > period of time that app is being used, but that is a whole other
> > > > barrel of fish and a more complicated. Also could a long press on t=
> > > > back button activate the exit steel command? Using the same style o=
> > > > command that the home key uses to access 'recent applications'.
> > > > Currently I am spamming the back button or opening a new window jus=