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Thread: RAZR MAXX V6 SUPERTHREAD (Part 2)

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    See heres how it happened.

    No 3g icon, in a 3g area, and he got those speeds. Im not too worried about the 3g icon since its just an icon. I "might" of partially enabled something who knows. But thats the good part of trial and error.

    K we can speak in private tomorrow for more details okay? :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha43
    See heres how it happened.

    No 3g icon, in a 3g area, and he got those speeds. Im not too worried about the 3g icon since its just an icon. I "might" of partially enabled something who knows. But thats the good part of trial and error.

    K we can speak in private tomorrow for more details okay? :-)

    ~Alpha~
    Gotcha Alpha. I was just wondering about that...because if I can hit 223 on EDGE with this phone I'd be happy...well, for a little while until at&t rolls out 3G in my city.

    K

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    I thought EDGE doesnt go over 200? Or maybe i got the wrong info. haha From what i remember anything generally over 200 is considered umts?

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    I think we need to devlop an average we have quite a few users if we have everyone post their average based on 3 tests from the same site, i can throw together an excel sheet on location, coverage and speed and get an average
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    I thought UMTS goes far beyond 200. Usually at least 500kbps? I'm not positive, but I'm pretty sure.
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    Cingular's Claim is 400-700 average, I've heard of a consistant 1.3Mbps on a sync teathered>Computer>Router>Xbox>Xbox Live. but i haven't seen it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keiri
    New Thread, same old focus: Maxx V6.

    Let's not bicker or waste posts with arguing. Please post only relevant, constructive information here; new mods, new seem edits, interesting ideas, and things you've noticed in your Maxx usage.

    Let's work together and make this happen!

    I'll start:

    p2k05 Seem Map

    Courtesy of Mr. xlr8, the new p2k05 seem map

    MotoSupertrubka

    by dwALX and translated (roughly) by omygodisitme at MotoX



    This program allows you to edit some seems that aren't listed on the p2k05 seem map; like a band called "Japan" listed under Network bands.

    MotoSupertrubka 1.00.01

    How-To Have 220x220 Caller ID Pictures

    REQUIRED FILES:

    skinner4Moto (hosted by Motox)
    skinner4Moto V3x-Xtreme (courtesy of rasputin007)
    skinner4Moto Maxx V6 Profile (courtesy of rasputin007)

    1. Open your skin with skinner4moto. Make sure you are using the Maxx V6 profile and that your skins aren't original Maxx skins (unless you've used Ras's method to make them compatible).

    2. Click the "Position/Size" radio button.



    3. Now you want to scroll down to ID 478 ROW 633 "Title Space Caller Picture" and input the following values in this order: 3 236 33 43 234 11.



    4. Now select ID 479 ROW 634 "Display Space for Caller Picture" and input the following values in this order: 10 229 37 256 220 220.



    5. Now go to ID 480 ROW 635 "Frame space around Caller Picture and put the following: 3 236 26 286 234 261.



    6. The last one is ID 481 ROW 636 "Title Caller Picture" and the values for it are: 10 229 257 285 220 29.



    7. Now that you've put all the new values in (correctly if you used the pictures) you want to click save on the far left-hand side of the screen. Now open p2kcommander and transfer your modified skin to the phone.

    8. Create, and upload to the phone, your new 220x220 picture ids and then assign them to your contacts. All done.

    K
    nice one mate been looking for rasputins file for skinner for ages

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha43
    I thought EDGE doesnt go over 200? Or maybe i got the wrong info. haha From what i remember anything generally over 200 is considered umts?

    ~Alpha~
    EDGE's max speed is 236kbps officially so anything between 50kbps to 236kbps is EDGE. 237~384kbps is UMTS and anything above that is HSDPA. From what I've read...

    K

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    Maxx V6 M Logo breathing while charging:

    Copy and replace this to the 158 FLP file located in a/mobile/system:

    Pattern ID:1
    Type:FLP
    Regions:1
    Version:0002
    Period(1253);
    Set(3,0,0x0,0);
    Set(3,0,0x111,60);
    Set(3,0,0x333,122);
    Set(3,0,0x555,184);
    Set(3,0,0x777,246);
    Set(3,0,0x999,308);
    Set(3,0,0xBBB,370);
    Set(3,0,0xDDD,432);
    Set(3,0,0xFFF,494);
    Set(3,0,0xFFF,556);
    Set(3,0,0xDDD,618);
    Set(3,0,0xBBB,680);
    Set(3,0,0x999,742);
    Set(3,0,0x777,804);
    Set(3,0,0x555,866);
    Set(3,0,0x333,928);
    Set(3,0,0x111,990);
    Set(3,0,0x0,1052);
    Set(3,0,0x0,1252);

    Video:

    http://video.tinypic.com/player.php?v=2cngqc2

    Enjoy!
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    Maxx V6 .flp (Funlights) Editing

    This was the original HoFo post from here by NEXTELCingular:

    http://www.howardforums.com/showpost...postcount=3033

    A driect and copied post from the original thread on the site ModMyMoto

    http://www.modmymoto.com/forums/showthread.php?t=15360

    by apristel, cash7c3, and poetic_folly


    Lighting specifics in the Maxx are controlled by .flp files (previously known as funlights in older Motorola phones). These files are located in your a/mobile/system directory on your Maxx, and can be accessed with P2k Commander version 4.9.3 and above. Stock .flp files can be found at www.poeticfolly.com/maxx/a/mobile/system/. Thanks to Keiri for the Maxx backup provided there.

    At the moment, Maxx .flp editing can be done via text editing only. Simply take the .flp file you would like to edit, open it in Notepad or your text editor of choice, and edit as desired. A definition of the values and structure of the .flp file follows, but first, lets define which .flp file does what. These file can all be found in a/mobile/system.

    001.flp- pulse ring light style
    002.flp- flicker right light style
    003.flp- rhythmic ring light style
    128.flp- not sure yet
    138.flp- incoming message, voicemail notification, missed message alert
    148.flp- Bluetooth something
    149.flp- Bluetooth something
    150.flp- Bluetooth something
    158.flp- charging
    159.flp- charge complete
    bluetooth-connect.flp- nothing. perhaps can seem enable for carrier custom ring lights?
    bluetooth-connected.flp - nothing. perhaps can seem enable for carrier custom ring lights?
    bluetooth-disconnect.flp- nothing. perhaps can seem enable for carrier custom ring lights?
    charge-complete.flp- nothing. perhaps can seem enable for carrier custom ring lights?
    charging.flp- nothing. perhaps this can be seem enabled for carrier custom ring lights?
    motologo-keypad-blinking.flp- not sure yet
    motologo-keypad-on.flp- not sure yet

    As a sidenote, all the numbered .flp files are stored in the lightingpatterns.manifest file which is also located in a/mobile/system. You can edit in extra .flp files if you know what they do. If you add 4 = /a/mobile/system/004.flp, and you have a 004.flp file in your a/mobile/system directory, then you will get a new ring style-hyperactive.

    All right, lets take a look inside an .flp file.

    EXAMPLE FLP FILE:
    Pattern ID:1
    Type:FLP
    Regions:1
    Version:0002
    Period(4301);
    Set(16,0,0xFFF,0);
    Set(3,0,0xFFF,0);
    Set(16,0,0x0,60);
    Set(16,0,0x777,330);
    Set(16,0,0x0,600);
    Set(16,0,0xFFF,860);
    Set(16,0,0x0,1130);
    Set(16,0,0x777,1400);
    Set(16,0,0x0,1660);
    Set(16,0,0xFFF,1930);
    Set(16,0,0x0,2200);
    Set(16,0,0x777,2460);
    Set(16,0,0x0,2730);
    Set(16,0,0xFFF,3000);
    Set(16,0,0x0,3260);
    Set(6,0,0xFFF,3480);
    Set(6,0,0xFFF,4300);
    Now, lets define what those values are.

    The first 4 values are the header, and are always the same.

    Pattern ID- this should be set to 1.
    Type- this should be set to FLP (FunLight.Pat).
    Regions- this should be set to 1.
    Version- this should be set to 0002.

    Now come the options we change per .flp file.

    Period- this is the total amount of milliseconds the ringlight will last, plus 1.
    Set- beginning command of each line of info in the ring light.

    Now, lets look within the Set lines to see what does what. Each value should be separated from the next with a comma, and no space.

    1st number- light ID. Defines which light should light up. Here are the values:
    3- Motorola symbol on exterior
    5- keypad
    6- Bluetooth status light on exterior
    7- charge light (this only works when plugged in)
    16- side lights (the long blue lights on exterior lcd)
    2nd number- unsure, this should be set to 0.
    3rd number- defines brightness level. Here are the values:
    0xFFF- bright
    0x777- dim
    0x0- off
    4th number- cumulative # in milliseconds of when things are activated in the pattern.

    This is the millsecond value for when in the routine this specific Set line activates. For instance, the first line will have a value of 0 here, and if the second value had a time value of 60, that would mean it occurs 60 milliseconds into the routine. Then the third line may say 270, which means it comes on 270 milliseconds into the routine, etc.

    The Period value at the beginning of the .flp file is the last sum number plus 1. A value of 0 in the first line without referencing that specific light again in the file will make that specific light come on for the duration of the file. This can be repeated with whichever lights you would like to be on the entire time.

    Each consecutive number will be a running total of the elapsed time in milliseconds. For example, in the .flp file referenced above, the second Set line (Set(3,0,0xFFF,0) tells the Motorola symbol (light number 3) to come on the entire time. The side lights will not come on the entire time, even though they have a value of 0 as well, because they are referenced again in the file. The next lines tell the side lights to be off (0x0) for 60 milliseconds (Set(16,0,0x0,60), then to come on dim (0x777) for 270 milliseconds (330-60) (Set(16,0,0x777,330), then to be off (0x0) for 270 milliseconds (600-330) (Set(16,0,0x0,600), then to be on bright (0xFFF) for 260 milliseconds (860-600) (Set(16,0,0xFFF,860), etc.

    You can also set multiple lights to blink at the same time by setting their times to be the same. for example, the following .flp file would make the side lights turn on the whole time, and the Motorola symbol and Bluetooth light blink at the same time (this is actually cash7c3's incoming message .flp file, 138.flp).
    Pattern ID:1
    Type:FLP
    Regions:1
    Version:0002
    Period(3261);
    Set(16,0,0xFFF,0);
    Set(3,0,0xFFF,0);
    Set(6,0,0xFFF,0);
    Set(3,0,0x0,60);
    Set(6,0,0x0,60);
    Set(3,0,0x777,330);
    Set(6,0,0x777,330);
    Set(3,0,0x0,600);
    Set(6,0,0x0,600);
    Set(3,0,0xFFF,860);
    Set(6,0,0xFFF,860);
    Set(3,0,0x0,1130);
    Set(6,0,0x0,1130);
    Set(3,0,0x777,1400);
    Set(6,0,0x777,1400);
    Set(3,0,0x0,1660);
    Set(6,0,0x0,1660);
    Set(3,0,0xFFF,1930);
    Set(6,0,0xFFF,1930);
    Set(3,0,0x0,2200);
    Set(6,0,0x0,2200);
    Set(3,0,0x777,2460);
    Set(6,0,0x777,2460);
    Set(3,0,0x0,2730);
    Set(6,0,0x0,2730);
    Set(3,0,0xFFF,3000);
    Set(6,0,0xFFF,3000);
    Set(3,0,0x0,3260);
    Set(6,0,0x0,3260);
    If you'd like to download this example 138.flp file, you can here. Make sure and use your right-click, Save As function, since some browsers will just open the text file in your browser instead of saving it to your computer.

    Remember, each Set line must end with a ; to separate the Set commands. The last line ends with the total amount of milliseconds, followed by the close parenthesis and then a semi-colon, like so: );. To find the Period value easily, just add 1 to this number.

    Now you know how to edit your Maxx's funlight files! Adjust as desired, and save the file when done, then upload to your phone using P2k Commander and you're good!


    Update for lights ID

    Posted by kimsn from his post here on ModMyMoto:

    http://www.modmymoto.com/forums/show...0&postcount=27

    0 = Video torch
    1,2 = LCD backlight
    3 = M logo
    5 = Keypad
    6 = Bluetooth
    7 = Charging light
    10, 11, 12, 13, 14 = Music touch keys - all 3 keys
    15 = Video indicator
    16 = Side light

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    Maxx V6 R26111VL_U_96.66.73BR_Vodafone_DRM

    This is a Vodafone DRM from the Maxx V6 26111LD Vodafone Monsterpack that I ported to the R26111VL Maxx V6 DRM. This is ONLY for the R26111VL version of the Maxx V6.

    I changed the Inner and or Outer:

    Signal icons
    Battery meter icons
    ringstyle icons
    Email/Message icons
    Data transfer icons
    Bluetooth icons
    Java cup icons
    Edge, 2g, 2.5g, 3g, roam icons
    Custom Sounds anmated gifs
    Voice Recording gifs
    USB & Data connection icons
    and a few others I probably forgot to mention.

    Screen Shots:



    Download


    Enjoy!


    Use it at your own risk!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by keiri
    EDGE's max speed is 236kbps officially so anything between 50kbps to 236kbps is EDGE. 237~384kbps is UMTS and anything above that is HSDPA. From what I've read...

    K
    Yea thats around what i heard as well. Lets see what happens as i keep working on it. I plan on doing some new work this afternoon so ill announce when i need my testers.

    ~Alpha~

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    Any word on making the V6 Maxx work on the Cing 850 band
    Thank you.

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    Im still waiting on my gsm testers. I sent one guy alot of tests. So lets see what he has to say. Also as i mentioned i "should" be getting an actual quadband compliant maxx next week. So we will know once and for all if its indeed a hardware difference or just a code im missing.

    ~Alpha~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha43
    Im still waiting on my gsm testers. I sent one guy alot of tests. So lets see what he has to say. Also as i mentioned i "should" be getting an actual quadband compliant maxx next week. So we will know once and for all if its indeed a hardware difference or just a code im missing.

    ~Alpha~
    i bet it is code...at least that is what I'm hoping for.

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