Reboot Option in Power Menu 3-in-1 for Android
How many times you need to reboot and the option is not handy? If you have an Android device, you are probably missing the reboot option on the three in one drop down menu. XDA member snq- presents this application to add the missing reboot option. Fully integrated with the HTC widgets, the UI developer coded the reboot entry with the dialog, directly into the power menu to maintain a minimal footprint.
Normal recovery and boot loader can be selected as reboot option.
Originally posted by snq-
[FX-MOD][SENSE] Reboot option in power menu 3-in-1
uses htc widgets. minimal footprint (check out the patch).
flashable zips for _deodexed_ roms: (do not flash them over odexed ones. if in doubt, consult your chef)
as the source code for htc’s _heavily_ modified and extended android framework is not publicly available, implementing features like this isn’t that straightforward as it is for aosp-based roms
i took the 2.2_r1.1 aosp sources, coded the reboot entry with the dialog (directly into the power menu to maintain a mininal footprint), created dummy stubs for external htc framework references, looked up and hardcoded htc string/icon resource ids, fiddled with the code until it barely compiled
then i baksmali’d my own build, took only the relevant changes, and injected them into the baksmali’d original
You can find more information in the application thread.
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