Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 11th Apr 2012 22:44 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless If there's one defining characteristic of Android, it's the operating system's extensive customisability. Since I'm quite curious what you guys are doing to your phones, I figured I might as well just ask you what your phone looks like - homescreens, widgets, applications, lock screen, whatever. Another thing that has me curious - what Android version are you running? Do you use a custom ROM, or do you prefer stock?
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Bare minimum
by WorknMan on Thu 12th Apr 2012 01:09 UTC
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Galaxy Nexus, no home screen widgets, black background. I do have some 'toggle' widgets in the notification bar, including one that is for wireless tether. Rom is Codename (custom rom).

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RE: Bare minimum - nexus here too
by jabbotts on Mon 16th Apr 2012 17:55 in reply to "Bare minimum"
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lovely bit of hardware that lacks only a removable SD slot in my opinion.. ok, could do with an IR port also (got spoiled by using mobile devices and TV Remote apps).

Stock ICS 4.0.2 though.. actually spent time on Saturday learning how to flash stock images onto it. (seems it didn't like changing it's incryption pin after being encrypted.. wtf.. but fixed now)

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