Epic 4G Swipe-Away Notifications

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First Please Note: This is not an official update!

What does that mean?  I’ve updated ThunderHawk 5.1, but it is still ThunderHawk 5.1.  So if you’re on it already, and you flash the newest version, it WILL NOT INCREMENT YOUR PHONE!

But relax!  Just flash one of my themes :-).  There are 4 themes, plus the Sprint fix theme, and all of them have this new feature already.  What is it?  It’s a feature I built-in from this thread brought to my attention by ca1ne.  Currently, Gingerbread has no way to clear individual notifications in the pull-down menu, but this changes that!  Simply slide the notification in question to the left or right and watch it disappear!

I should mention, it appears a bit finicky.  It requires you to carefully slide your finger horizontally across the notification, or it may return to its original position.  Annoying?  It can be.  But this new feature doesn’t break or disrupt any existing functionality, it only adds!  So it’s neat.

Enjoy!

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-RandomKing

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Scintillating Red!

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Hello followers and fellow users!  You read correctly!  The elusive red theme has finally come into existence, and not a minute too soon!  The download link is active.  There may be a few tweaks I make to to the theme in the future (as I often do with all of my files), but it’s complete!

Enjoy!

CLICK HERE!

-RandomKing

Serenicity V

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Hello followers and fellow users!  This is the Serenicity rom.  It is structurally identical to ThunderHawk series V.  That said, it features a Windows Phone 7 type launcher called Launcher 7.  This creates a very different feeling interface and a different experience.  This rom is meant to be simpler while offering all of the same capabilities of RandomROM!  Suggestions will be considered on this, and only this, rom.  As new ideas come to me, this rom may continue to evolve and change the way it functions.

Enjoy!

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-RandomKing

ThunderHawk 5.1

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Hello followers and fellow users!  The latest version, is now 5.1.  If you understand roman numerals, then you know that it’s still part of Series V ;-).  That said, I’ve added in some minor enhancements.  Fixed some ram issues I’ve seen on my end.  Updated busybox.  If you load up the busybox installer from Google Play Store it should see busybox just fine now.  I’ve also officially removed DRM from the lite version.  As the lite option is meant for power users with more experience, like myself, it’s an unused feature.  As such, I’ve also modified the superfreeze command to exclude DRM (since there’s nothing to freeze) in the lite install.

Full installations will still come with all features like drm and a full superfreeze command.  If you don’t know, drm is for protected media files, of which I refuse to be a part.  I’ve also included a kernel for BML installers, so the zip file is a bit bigger now.  About 182 mb.  Check the changelog.  😀

Enjoy!

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-RandomKing

Transparent Messaging Epic 4G

I’ve redone the apps page for the transparent messaging for Gingerbread.  I noticed some of my downloads had expired and been deleted.  They’ve now been moved to my most recent file storage service and should be safe.  I’ve also upgraded them to be compatible with BML and MTD formatted Epic 4Gs.

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TH V MTD/BML Compatible

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Hello followers and fellow users!  The latest version has not changed as far as functionality or features. If you have it installed, DO NOT flash this.  To users looking to download and install it anew, ThunderHawk V is now able to install on a BML(RFS or EXT4) or MTD formatted Samsung Epic 4G.  This has taken a considerable amount of work and testing to make it fully work with my customization features, but I’ve finally managed it.

Enjoy!

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-RandomKing

ThunderHawk V

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Hello followers and fellow users!  The latest version, is now based on FC09.  That’s right, no more modifying your build.prop, you’ve made it to the full version!  This includes Sprint’s network optimizer.  I don’t know much about this feature aside from it’s attempt to better manage wireless networks… thus far it hasn’t hurt functionality or battery life so I’ve kept it in.  This version also includes all the changes I had to build in to make Wifi, Bluetooth, and 4G play along nicely again!  This should safely install over ThunderHawk IV and IV Final or cleanly install.  As always, I fully recommend making app backups and nandroid backups.  Play it safe!  As before, this is MTD only.  The updater-script has proven difficult to accommodate both formats while retaining incremental installs among my other configuration options.  I’m still trying, but for now I’m pushing MTD, as it’s superior performance wise and offers more use-able space.  The install info has been updated and I will be trying to make a demonstration video.

Enjoy!

CLICK HERE!

-RandomKing