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Due to many requests, here are all the Queen Beecon Widget exports that I use as seen below:
(I have zipped up each widget's export output as a txt file)

UPDATE May 2013: Fellow TMO user Tangent has sent me an updated version of the beecon widget exports that work with rootsh and with an extra DSP widget as well! New file has been attached. (Beecon

Beecon Updated screenshot:


0. Download the attachment posted at beginning of that post and extract its contents. Then copy the TXT files into any folder in N900. (just create a folder called 'Beecon Exports' or something)
1. Install rootsh (latest version will do)
2. Install QBW (latest version is 1.9.7 or something)
3. Create a new QBW widget on the desktop
4. Go to settings of that widget (tool icon)
5. click advanced
6. click yes
7. scroll way down
8. click Import File to Buffer
9. Select the txt file you want to enable (eg. stock)
10. click Import Buffer to Beecon
11. done. now exit out and click Save.
12. Now you have a STOCK widget.

Do the same for ideal.txt and ideal_1000
Do the same up to step 11 for other non OC widgets

You can edit the cmd for ideal and ideal_1000 once they are created to suit your needs or loading your own profiles. (as some people have issues with stability when using ideal voltage profile) I recommend trying lv or ulv instead of ideal for those people.

For those who get the msg "rootsh is now deprecated....", see following post for more info.
(or try out the updated widget exports that I have attached on 31st May 2013 thanks to Tangent)

Please do note that the 1Ghz widget is using a custom profile.
To get it to work, you will need to run the following from xterminal first and create the modified ideal profile that is clocked up to 1Ghz. (example is using ideal voltage profile)

1. Launch xterminal
2. root
3. kernel-config load ideal
4. kernel-config limits 500 1000
5. kernel-config save ideal_1000

(You can change the "ideal" to "lv" or "ulv" if ideal makes your N900 unstable and then change the cmd in the widget to load that profile which you may have named it different - eg. lv_1000)

Automatic Widget Update
From QBW 1.94 onwards, you can now utilize DBUS calls to affect another qbw widget from another. (means you don't have to tap the cpu frequency widget everytime you change the overclock to see the new max frequency. It will auto-update whenever overclock widget is used to change speeds)

Basically, append follow code at the end of the cmd:

; dbus-send --session --type=method_call /oh/no/more/qbwX
Where X is the id number of the cpufreq widget.
Attached Files
File Type: zip Beecon (4.0 KB, 4506 views)
File Type: zip Beecon (7.1 KB, 107 views)

Last edited by jakiman; 2013-06-01 at 00:56.

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