Weatherpanel not updating
In the latest version of Cyanogen Mod running Android 4.2.1, the development team added a new time widget to the mix.By default, this widget is viewable from the lock screen, but it can also be added to the home screen.The first is that you won’t be able to view weather unless you’re viewing a half-screen size version of the widget.This thing has to be a height of at least 3 rows before it will show you the weather, width doesn’t matter as much as it will scale down.
Frequently Asked Questions: Q) Where are Developer options? -Sys UI: Do Not Recreate Status Bar on Show3g and 4G -Sys UI: Fix Show 3G and 4G Switch Not updating Icons -wifi: Enable Wi Fi Ip Reachability Monitor by default -Sys UI: Disable Volume & QS Strokes by Default -FWB: QS shade stroke -FWB: Volume Dialog corner radius -FWB: Volume Dialog stroke settings -Configurable Header Text Shadow -System UI: Remove Duplicate NFC perm -Update QS panel resources to fix padding issues -base: remove unneded top margin in QS tuner -Sys UI: Fix Reported FC -Sys UI: Sys UI: Clean up objects when recreating statusbar -Fix NPE in Documents UI when rotate UI before format as internal -Revert "Only show keyguard panel if on lockscreen no activity on top" -Sys UI: Make Dark Icon Mode Optional Along With New SB gradient -FWB: QSStroke: Don't apply any effect when disabled -Keyguard: Don't circular reveal a non visible view -Avoid NPE in printspooler when changing language -FWB: Volume Dialog: Force expanded mode -FWB: Volume dialog timeout -System Config: allow app link to be set to any possible state -am: clear protected apps from recents -media: Modify the display of system default ringtone when it is none. 3- Reboot to recovery and flash boeffla kernel without wiping anything. Q) This Wi Fi related random drops and disconnections is annoying me AF, what should I do? Q) My device bootloops when I flash Boeffla, help me plz ;_; A) 1 - Clean flash ROM along with GApps 2 - Boot up the system and configure Super SU (update the app and update binaries) - THIS IS IMPORTANT!To do this, press the menu button from the home screen and go into “System settings.” Then from the settings menu tap the System button underneath the Interface options.Now within the system menu is the Clock widget button. In the weather panel, check the Display Weather box.