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Re: [ICS] Screenshot for Razr Maxx
To add it to your homescreen, first go to Widgets, select Power Controls, and drag to your homescreen.
Originally Posted by hazelgreen
What comes up next is the customization menu. The preview of your toggle bar is at the top. Tap any of the icons--you can then discard it from the bar (trashcan) or move it (drag the slider bar that appears just under the toggle bar). To add another toggle to the bar, tap "Add Toggle" at the bottom of the screen.
You can also adjust the transparency of the bar (all the way to the right, and the bar has a solid black background; all the way the left, and it's completely transparent). You can adjust the button colors lower down.
When you're done, hit Done, and voila, there's your toggle bar.
To edit an existing toggle bar on your screen, go to Apps (not Widgets), and select Power Controls. The house symbol at the upper left tells you how many toggle bars you have created. Tapping the house allows you to edit any one of them--you'll go to the edit screen that I described above.
The box at the upper right allows you to put your toggle bar in the Notification pulldown. Hit the check mark to place it in Notifications, and the sliders icon to edit how it looks. The pin icon is some Accessibility function, allowing you to make sure it's always on top.
Under Global settings, you can adjust the 3 brightness settings of the brightness toggle on this screen. The 3 numbers indicate the level of brightness for low, medium, and high. (There's also an Automatic brightness selection when you're toggling through.) Screen Timeout is another toggle you can add to your bar, and under Global Settings, you can adjust the time in seconds for each setting. Icon for GPRS Toggle just changes what your mobile data toggle looks like--if you don't have 4G, you can make it say 3G instead (it's still the same function, though, in that it just toggles your mobile data).
Not the most elegant menu system, I agree, but hey, it's free, and works pretty well! Hope this helps.