Well there's a name I haven't seen in a while... Saurik! Glad you're coming over to the better side, even more glad you're developing for us now lmao great job saurik, keep it up man, fan from 2009 here. Loved the work you did for iOS but I defected to android in 2010. Hope to see this live up to its legacy
Working Partially I have installed both of the packages correctly i believe. The substrate app tells me that I need to use the default android browser to view "cydia" webpage. The problem is that I am using the dafault browser. Dont know if this is a bug or just my cheap tablet. Really hoping that ayecon makes it to android one day. Good job Jay.
Not all winter board - friendly themes are winterboard - friendly Problem is you have to use themes that are winterboard compatible only. Several themes claim to be winterboard compatible but they are not, and if you use them its a boot loop or springboard crash. The only way to fix it is to completely remove substrate and winterboard and the themes and reinstall winterboard and substrate. If you get stuck in a loop, you have to hard reset and then hold volume up after it starts rebooting. Just like on an Apple device, except you press volume up after it starts.
Issue with messaging app So the app itself works fine (exactly as advertised) on my Nexus 4. Problem is that it broke my messaging app - the stock Google one. Running stock Jelly Bean 4.2.2 just rooted, nothing weird. Really want this to work - please try to fix it, this app has so much promise!
Excited Cant wait to see where this goes. For people trying to them a device with an OEM ui, aka non aosp ROM, it's not gonna happen. Maybe eventually, but for now I see this only working on aosp devices (nexus)
After further usage None of the themes I've tried work correctly. Tried on 3 devices, gb, ics and, jellybean pretty much same results on all. When I apply themes it works for a while then statusbar icons go back and forth between stock Nd theme.
In WinterBoard 0.9.3921, I detect if WinterBoard and Substrate are both installed, but that somehow WinterBoard does not have the required permission to use Substrate. I did not realize that downloading WinterBoard and Substrate from the Play Store would have a check-and-the-egg problem with defining and activating the security permission. I will look into a better solution to this going forward. In the mean time, 0.9.3921 detects this and asks the user to uninstall and reinstall WinterBoard :(.
Flux is a dark and vibrant substratum theme with pixel perfect vector graphics!