Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 11th Feb 2012 10:53 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Ever since my Android review, I've been looking for a different launcher for my Galaxy SII. I wanted something closer to the stock Android launcher to replace TouchWiz, without actually having to install CyanogenMod (I'm waiting for the ICS-based version 9 before taking that plunge). I finally found one I'm happy with: the extremely basic and light FTL (Faster Than Light) Launcher.
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Using stock one
by ddc_ on Sat 11th Feb 2012 17:23 UTC
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2006-12-05

I'm using the launcher coming with the firmware (ezGingerbread, currently, as I'm not aware of other combinations of 2.3+ and HTC Magic). I actually use only the most basic functionality. Given the disconnected feel of the platform, I prefer keeping my tasks delegated to the apps as much as possible, so that I don't have to rely on launcher's integration with other apps and similar issues.

BTW, I'm pretty sure that when I'll buy a new phone I'll replace the stock firmware with Cyanogen ASAP.

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