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I want to buy the UNAVI from PowerAxel. What is the pros and cons versus the tablet install. Mainly I want the UNAVI for warranty and because it does the digital gauge read outs.
also def. look into tasker, get the pay version and install secure settings and autokill plugins..
tasker is VERY easy to setup IMO and works flawlessly, kills whatever apps i tell it to via force close, (even dashcommand which is sometimes a pain) and puts tablet on airplane mode without any problems...
i was thinking a doing a mini writeup on which commands to use for the nexus 7 install, i've been playing with it outside the car all weekend, just waiting for my bezel to show up and ill throw it all in the car...
Once i make sure all the bugs are worked out, if any, ill write something up..
For those interested, here are the instructions python6586 sent me - these steps should make the Nexus 7 automatically power on as soon as it senses AC power. So for example, if the battery dies on you while you're driving or overnight, by default, the Nexus 7 will not turn back on automatically once it has charged up enough. These steps will make the N7 power on as soon as it senses power, while in an off state. It should theoretically remove any reason to need to access the power button on the N7. These steps are only for people that have rooted their device with Wugs Toolkit ( aka wugfresh ). The following steps assume you have already rooted and unlocked your device using wug's toolkit:
1. enable usb debug mode..
2. fastboot to bootloader...(turn device off, hold volume down button, turn power on while still holding volume button down until device boots into bootloader mode)
3. connect usb to pc
4. open wugfresh aka wug's toolkit
5. hit the launch button in lower left
6. under unlock select fastboot-bootloader
7. hit list devices to make sure its connected to tab
8. hit launch cmd prompt, in lower left
9. in cmd type fastboot
10. a bunch of stuff will come up on cmd prompt ignore it
11. at this point type: oem off-mode-charge 0
if that command is unrecognized try: fastboot oem off-mode-charge 0
That should be it! I will be trying this soon myself
Great! I still haven't done it to my own N7 yet. This weekend I will finally get around to it.
I also noticed something else about the N7 this week, it seems to have a thermal/temperature limit which prevents it from charging. I park on the roof of a 9 floor parking lot, it gets REALLY hot up there and we also had a small heat wave this week. 3 days in a row, when I came to my car after work, the tablet would sense power has been connected, and turn on and work 100%properly, but it would not charge ( no lightning bolt icon on battery ). Then after a few minutes of driving around, once my interior has cooled down a lot, the tablet starts charging on it's own ( lightning bolt icon appears ). All of my power/usb connections are secure, i double checked, so it definitely seems to be some sort of software based battery protection going on. Have any of you guys noticed it on your tablets? It's only happened on days over 95 degrees F ( which would put the interior of the car easily over 130 degrees F )
If anyone wants the LFA dashcommand skin here is the link to my version
really altered for the 2.0t and changed somethings to the way i prefer it..
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