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#26 2017-04-24 19:15:43

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Re: Android screenshots

no need to fire up the gimp to make thumbnails:

convert image.ext -scale 250 image_thumb.ext

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#27 2017-06-06 19:04:08

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Re: Android screenshots

I don't have an android, but here's my BB10 Passport

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#28 2017-06-06 19:27:25

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Re: Android screenshots

Gelatinous wrote:

I don't have an android, but here's my BB10 Passport

http://i.imgur.com/i65Igqxm.png

BlackBerry OS! I've wanting to get a chance to play with that. Unfortunately, newer BlackBerries seem to be running Android…


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#29 2017-06-06 21:11:01

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Re: Android screenshots

twoion wrote:

BlackBerry OS! I've wanting to get a chance to play with that. Unfortunately, newer BlackBerries seem to be running Android…

I love the BB10 OS, but the app support just isn't there.  The way they implemented peak and flow is awesome, and the integration of the BB Hub is superb.  I've had the Passport since it came out (I switched from an S3).  I kind of like not having many apps, as I don't tend to waste as much time staring at the screen.

Unfortunately the OS is basically in maintenance mode now and all BlackBerry devices moving forward are running Android (PRIV, Dtek50, Dtek60, Aurora, KEYone).  The last phone manufactured by them was the PRIV.  The newest phone, the BlackBerry KEYone is actually manufactured by BlackBerry Mobile, which is basically a subsidiary of TCL who makes Alcatel phones. The Auroura is only available in Indonesia I believe and has been manufactured by a different company.  Both TCL and the other company just license the name and BlackBerry provides the OS.

I'll be posting an android screen shot here eventually as I won a KEYone in a contest put on by crackberry, but the device availablility is extremely limited right now so I'm stuck waiting.

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#30 2017-06-09 18:37:26

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Re: Android screenshots

android-moss.t.png
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#31 2017-06-09 18:43:35

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Re: Android screenshots


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#32 2017-06-09 18:49:31

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Re: Android screenshots

^ yep.
spend a day hacking at it to make it suit my needs, even managed to recompile (had to comment out those damn graph borders) - i might become an android script kiddie yet!
i'm using it in combination with this, which gives excellent information about processes, network usage etc. - much more than moss or even conky ever could offer.

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#33 2017-06-12 20:07:02

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Re: Android screenshots

ohnonot wrote:

^ yep.
spend a day hacking at it to make it suit my needs, even managed to recompile (had to comment out those damn graph borders) - i might become an android script kiddie yet!
i'm using it in combination with this, which gives excellent information about processes, network usage etc. - much more than moss or even conky ever could offer.


Does Moss require root?  I'm going to be getting a BlackBerry KEYone hopefully soon and that looks like it's be useful!

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#34 2017-06-14 20:08:08

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Re: Android screenshots

^ i don't think so.
there's .apks on play.google and f-droid.org.
it installs as a live wallpaper.
it's a "normal" android java program that emulates conky syntax and conky config files, with a few differences, some of which undocumented. looking at the provided sample configs to figure out what's going on will be necessary.
conky freaks should feel very familiar with this sort of weirdness big_smile

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#35 2017-06-14 21:10:15

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Re: Android screenshots

Google pixel and my home-brewed version of pure-nexus


thumb-homescreen.png

thumb-settings.png

thumb-drawer.png

thumb-notifydrawer.png



For websites, I like converting screenshots like this tongue

convert -resize 400x300 whatever.png thumb-whatever.png

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#36 2017-06-17 16:29:43

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Re: Android screenshots

ohnonot wrote:

^ i don't think so.
there's .apks on play.google and f-droid.org.
it installs as a live wallpaper.
it's a "normal" android java program that emulates conky syntax and conky config files, with a few differences, some of which undocumented. looking at the provided sample configs to figure out what's going on will be necessary.
conky freaks should feel very familiar with this sort of weirdness big_smile

As soon as I have my phone I'll give it a whirl!

I'm not super familiar with conky as I'm using i3 in BL, but i'll give it a go.

Thanks for the info!

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#37 2017-06-17 18:27:36

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Re: Android screenshots

Screenshot_20170617-141653.png


Galaxy J3 Emerge
Nova Launcher
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Android wallpaper and the default font

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#38 2017-06-19 01:34:03

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Re: Android screenshots

I got my new phone yesterday.  BlackBerry KEYone, running Android 7.

idzFesLm.png

so far I am loving this phone, but I have been unable to find that Moss program on Google Play.  I'm still relearning Android after having been with BB10 for the last 2.5 years.  I'm also by no means done setting up my screen, that's just where it happens to be at now.  I'm looking forward to figuring out what I could possibly use the 52 keyboard shortcuts fo, haha.

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#39 2017-06-19 18:08:33

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Re: Android screenshots

ohnonot wrote:

^ i don't think so.
there's .apks on play.google and f-droid.org.
it installs as a live wallpaper.
it's a "normal" android java program that emulates conky syntax and conky config files, with a few differences, some of which undocumented. looking at the provided sample configs to figure out what's going on will be necessary.
conky freaks should feel very familiar with this sort of weirdness big_smile


Thanks! I've downloaded f-droid, but don't see the apk either there or on Google play. Is there a specific repository I have to add to f-droid?

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#40 2017-06-20 05:10:39

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Re: Android screenshots

how weird is that, it seems they took it down.
hasn't had an update in 2 years, for android kiddies that's a death sentence i guess...  roll

Compiling from source wasn't too hard, but anyhway, I added a compiled .apk to my fork. Let me know how/if it works.

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#41 2017-06-20 05:17:00

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Re: Android screenshots

ohnonot wrote:

how weird is that, it seems they took it down.
hasn't had an update in 2 years, for android kiddies that's a death sentence i guess...  roll

Compiling from source wasn't too hard, but anyhway, I added a compiled .apk to my fork. Let me know how/if it works.


Ha, thanks! I downloaded the apk and enabled installation from other sources but I get an error parsing the package.

I'll try and dig into it some more since it's probably my phone causing the trouble. BlackBerry hardened their version of android which might cause an issue.

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#42 2017-06-20 05:35:44

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Re: Android screenshots

yeah, post some output.
i doubt i'll be able to do much, though.
it installs on my kitkat phone.
maybe it won't work on newer android versions (maybe you need to compile it yourself, with updated settings).
maybe blackberry has additional security stuff enabled.
maybe you can sign the package (i might look into that myself if that turns out to be the problem).

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#43 2017-06-24 15:13:55

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Re: Android screenshots

How would I go about creating a Solarized inspired colour scheme for an Android device?

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#44 2017-06-24 15:56:27

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Re: Android screenshots

^ How about http://www.androidstudiothemes.com/them … ized-light?

EDIT: no, that's not it, sorry.

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#45 2017-07-30 06:14:17

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Re: Android screenshots

Martin wrote:

How would I go about creating a Solarized inspired colour scheme for an Android device?

unfortunately it is much, much harder than on gnu/linux.
also it probably depends on the android version.
on my (horribly outdated) kitkat 4.4.2, i guess i'd try it via xposed first.
apart from that, there's this app that is being featured on xda-developers all the time, tasker or maybe also themr (sic). iirc, they're not completely free (as in beer).
if you're serious about this, start digging deep in & around xda-developers!

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#46 2017-08-28 09:24:07

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Re: Android screenshots

Hi all, I bought a motoE4, before I had an old Blackberry bold I couldn't make it die ]:)
motoE4.th.jpg
Android 7.1.1
Nova Launcher
Min icons

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#47 2017-08-29 00:46:33

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Re: Android screenshots

Gelatinous wrote:

I got my new phone yesterday.  BlackBerry KEYone, running Android 7.

http://i.imgur.com/idzFesLm.png

so far I am loving this phone, but I have been unable to find that Moss program on Google Play.  I'm still relearning Android after having been with BB10 for the last 2.5 years.  I'm also by no means done setting up my screen, that's just where it happens to be at now.  I'm looking forward to figuring out what I could possibly use the 52 keyboard shortcuts fo, haha.


That wallpaper takes me back to watching that movie as a teenager and just being in awe. Even today when I watch it (once or twice a year), it still blows me away.


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#48 2017-08-30 08:02:35

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Re: Android screenshots

Hi all, just a little question, which app are you using for screenshots (something fine without adds...) ? Thx wink

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#49 2017-08-30 13:44:41

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Re: Android screenshots

ragamatrix wrote:

Hi all, just a little question, which app are you using for screenshots (something fine without adds...) ? Thx wink

Just holding down Power + Volume Down makes a screenshot [on Lineage OS] …

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#50 2017-08-30 18:56:21

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Re: Android screenshots

^ same on my mainline android 4.4.2

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