Mobile Substrate Addons

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  1. Johannes Deegen

    Johannes Deegen Community Development

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    Could you verify to me what these mobile substrate addons are?

    Activator
    PreferenceLoader
    SimulatedKeyEvents
    libhide
    Backgrounder
  2. PriteSprite

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    I only know that bavkgrounder lets you run apps in the background. For the rest, go to Cydia and search them. A description will appear for each one, telling you what each one does.
  3. C0C0

    C0C0 Well-Known Member

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    Activator -> Used to change activation method for certain apps
    PreferenceLoader -> Used by Cydia apps to put settings in the Settings app.
    SimulatedKeyEvents -> I don't know...
    libhide -> Used to hide apps
    Backgrouder -> Used to run apps in the background
  4. J-Phone

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    "Simulated Key Events (Telesphoreo) - enforces support of injecting keypresses"

    thats what i got from google
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    Good to see that you are concerned about what's running on your device! That's key.
  6. Johannes Deegen

    Johannes Deegen Community Development

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    Axis can you explain to me what simulatedkeyevents are?
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    what i read on google page is it has something to do with the keyboard or bluetooth
  8. Johannes Deegen

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    so i need it running?
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