Dec 8, 2010, 8:31:44 PM12/8/10
to Home++ Issues
First of all, do the developers even check these pages or read them
anymore (or did they really ever read them)? I see a lot of posts here
but little to no responses per post. It would be really nice to know
whether or not we are being heard or are all just wasting our time.
I've noticed over the past couple of months that Home++ is REALLY,
REALLY slowing my phone down a LOT. Seriously, Home++ used to be
fast...something you developers really need to look into.
Also, sometimes when I go to "wake" my phone up from sleep (not off,
but screen is black), it will not wake up. I've tried sliding open the
phone to the physical keyboard (Samsung Moment, Android 2.1), but it
will still not wake up. This is definitely a problem caused by Home++.
I really hope the developers look into to this.
Also, an option that would be really neat are built in power bar
shortcuts (or at least widgets) to turn on and off wireless and
bluetooth capabilities. To compliment these programs, maybe write some
software that would allow the phone to auto-connect with previously
recognized/paired bluetooth headsets (when bluetooth is turned on).
Themes would be greatly appreciated too. Not just widgets and such,
but also different color schemes/formats for the regular status bar
(when used in Home ++, if it is possible) or the Home ++ power strip.
The option to make my power strip and status bar black and shiny would
be GREATLY APPRECIATED, or any other color for that matter. Either
built-in (via an update) or download-able (but preferably built in).
Out of curiosity, do the themes for things like OpenHome, aHome,
dxTop, Zeam, etc. work for Home ++? If not, that could be a huge boost
to the marketability of the program.
Also, one thing that I have DESPERATELY been looking for is a
different lock screen clock. Maybe on the lock screen give the option
to have an analog clock. Also, maybe double-taping the back soft
button on the home screen could bring a pop-up analog clock for a
certain amount of time (or until the user hits the back key
again)...almost like looking at a wristwatch, if you will. Not sure if
this is changeable via Home ++ (and if not, this would be a nice thing
for the Android developers to look into).