and if the beta testers do not find something, it will be published soon.
I am a bit disappointed, I must say, of Samsung.
CyanogenMod had the feature for the “red filter” of the screen to make it dependent on sunrise/sunset times. Well Samsung adds this feature also – but as soon as I switch off GPS, the screen becomes blue again. Bloody dumb developers! It should be trivial to store the “last known” position easily. I am not going to travel far without being able to switch on GPS temporarily so that the filter can adjust.
Time to add a red filter to YACO…
I would have liked to integrate Spotify, but as I also include “other streams” for the alarm sound, so it is not allowed:
Section IV: Restrictions
Spotify Content Restrictions
- Integration with Third Party Services. You shall not create any product or service by integrating the Spotify Platform, Spotify Service, or Spotify Content with (i) any non-interactive internet webcasting service or (ii) with streams from another service.
The Android SDK is explicitly prohibited from use for in-car apps, re-streaming aka “listen together” apps, alarm tones, ring-tones, voice-assistants, and offline experiences for wearable or other devices.
Well then… no Spotify in the app.
When I returned from vacation, I wanted to see the path of the plane and use MAPS, but also wanted to see the speed and height. MAPS does not show any GPS data -OSM would do, but I had not all maps available on my device. Thus I added some GPS items:
- count of satellites
- climb/sink rate
These items are located in a new line, which disappears if GPS is not deactivated, not using any device resources, until GPS is activated again.
an update with changes requested by customers:
- default date for a new alarm is “today” if the time is between midnight and 3 o’clock – thanks to Juerd
- rewrite of the bedside clock (more items to display: weather, moon phase, …, and an optional separate color for bright environment) – thank you, Stefan
Found some way to find out the information about the power supply (high/normal load) which would be important information, and I added the code, yet the S5 seems not to support it, at least with CyanogenMod. S4 does not even with Lineage OS 14.1.
In that context, I added some more information to the battery state like blinking on error/low state.