Thread: K5 JBPatch
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Old 05-19-2012, 03:38 AM   #79
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Originally Posted by ixtab View Post
Nope.

If you have the no-ads patch installed, just keep it there. You won't see no ads on the home screen. And if you have it installed and also delete /var/local/adunits, you won't see any ads at all.


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Ahh... After updating CONFIG.TXT, first reboot fixed the home screen. After removing adunits folder, NEXT reboot fixed screensavers.

Funny how a slap in the face (5.1.0 firmware) can change your whole opinion about customer loyalty and ethics, isn't it? They used up what little I may have owed them.

I like this patch thing. Now I want to call my native mode apps from java (security risk and all -- perhaps only "signed" apps to be more secure?)...

EDIT: Actually, just being able to do a client/server thing and have a native app and java app communicate would be great (through a shared file, or a named pipe, if necessary).

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