[APP|web] Energy ROM checker(emailer)
Are you an Energy ROM fan?, imagine you receive an email for any update Chef NRGZ28 makes on his great ROM´s!
Now this is possible thanks to member momo22, he created a web app that will notify in your email, you can choose what version you need notifications for in a few simple steps and you are done.
Despite work still is in beta, members have reported it to be very useful so far. The web app can work for any device using Energy ROM´s.
Originally posted by momo22
I created web application, that sends emails to users.
You choose, about which ROM want to be notified.
– Sense 2.1
– Sense 2.5
it is depended on hotfile directory. one link equals one category(ROM)
only two things you must do:
– enter email address
– activate email address, you will receive activation link
i finished deleting finally
link to deleting account is down under Stats – right panel
you must enter email address, which you want delete.
and confirm through deactivation link, which you receive on email
…working on it
is not solved all good enough. checking every 20 minutes.
For more information continue on to the web app thread.
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