In my latest Nokia 808 CFW I removed the modded sysap.exe by coderus (fp1 fix by chris_marsh), because of two minor bugs.
I still prefer the benefits of the modded sysap over those bugs, that's why I am offering you two simple solutions to bring it back.
What does the sysap mod do?
Its responsible for the following changes:
-restart option in pwr.button menu
-icon for restart
-replacing lock screen & keys entry
-disabled notifications for
-change profile from offline to general
-play via radio (FM-Transmitter)
-power saving activate/deactivated
-sim settings/call logs won't be cleaned after sim changes
-rearranging icons in top bar
-separate icon for wlan/mobile data
-hiding line indicator ("1")
-only if your network supports two lines (line two "2" will still show up, if you change the line)
-brings back profile selection for power menu button
Most of those settings can be changed via "Tweaks" and "Sysap Plug in" available in my "Tools" section.
What are the bugs?
There are two minor bugs, that we currently know on the Nokia 808.
-unlocking the phone via camera button is not working
-3.5mm headphone icon is not shown in top bar
What do you need?
You will need the following files:
-my CFW files
What to do (via flashing)?
-use NokiaCooker to open my CORE, ROFS2 or ROFS3 file (whatever you prefer)
-copy the files from "sysap_for_the_one_reloaded_rofs.rar" to your selected rofs
-save my file and (re-)flash your phone
If you are already running my latest CFW version, you can flash the
firmware using "update" instead of "refurbish" in Phoenix. That way you
should be able to keep your current apps, settings and personal data.
But I highly recommend to do a backup anyway, in case something goes wrong!!
What to do (without flashing)?
-install a 3rd party file browser (like the one available from my tools section)
-start Rompatcher and activate open4all patch
-use the file browser to copy the content of "sysap_for_the_one_reloaded_c.rar" to the root of your c:\ drive
-restart your phone
If you want to remove the mod from C:\, delete "\system\domainsrv\DomainExc.cfg" and restart your device. After you did that, the files won't be in use anymore and you will be able to delete all files manually.