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<!-- These resources are around just to allow their values to be customized
for different hardware and product builds. Do not translate. -->
<resources xmlns:xliff="urn:oasis:names:tc:xliff:document:1.2">
<!-- Do not translate. Defines the slots for the right-hand side icons. That is to say, the
icons in the status bar that are not notifications. -->
<string-array name="config_statusBarIcons">
<item><xliff:g id="id">ime</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">sync_failing</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">sync_active</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">location</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">bluetooth</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">nfc</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">tty</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">speakerphone</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">zen</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">mute</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">volume</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">wifi</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">cdma_eri</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">data_connection</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">phone_evdo_signal</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">phone_signal</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">battery</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">alarm_clock</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">secure</xliff:g></item>
<item><xliff:g id="id">clock</xliff:g></item>
</string-array>
<!-- Flag indicating whether the surface flinger has limited
alpha compositing functionality in hardware. If set, the window
manager will disable alpha trasformation in animations where not
strictly needed. -->
<bool name="config_sf_limitedAlpha">false</bool>
<!-- Default value used to block data calls if ims is not
connected. If you use the ims apn DCT will block
any other apn from connecting until ims apn is connected-->
<bool name="ImsConnectedDefaultValue">false</bool>
<!-- Flag indicating whether the surface flinger is inefficient
at performing a blur. Used by parts of the UI to turn off
the blur effect where it isn't worth the performance hit.
As of Honeycomb, blurring is not supported anymore. -->
<bool name="config_sf_slowBlur">true</bool>
<!-- Flag indicating that the media framework should allow changing
master volume stream and nothing else . -->
<bool name="config_useMasterVolume">false</bool>
<!-- Flag indicating that the media framework should support playing of sounds on volume
key usage. This adds noticeable additional overhead to volume key processing, so
is disableable for products for which it is irrelevant. -->
<bool name="config_useVolumeKeySounds">true</bool>
<!-- Array of integer pairs controlling the rate at which the master volume changes
in response to volume up and down key events.
The first integer of each pair is compared against the current master volume
(in range 0 to 100).
The last pair with first integer <= the current volume is chosen,
and the second integer of the pair indicates the amount to increase the master volume
when volume up is pressed. -->
<integer-array name="config_masterVolumeRamp">
<item>0</item> <item>5</item> <!-- default: always increase volume by 5% -->
</integer-array>
<!-- The attenuation in dB applied to the sound effects played
through AudioManager.playSoundEffect() when no volume is specified. -->
<integer name="config_soundEffectVolumeDb">-6</integer>
<!-- The attenuation in dB applied to the lock/unlock sounds. -->
<integer name="config_lockSoundVolumeDb">-6</integer>
<!-- Flag indicating whether the AUDIO_BECOMING_NOISY notification should
be sent during a change to the audio output device. -->
<bool name="config_sendAudioBecomingNoisy">true</bool>
<!-- The duration (in milliseconds) of a short animation. -->
<integer name="config_shortAnimTime">200</integer>
<!-- The duration (in milliseconds) of a medium-length animation. -->
<integer name="config_mediumAnimTime">400</integer>
<!-- The duration (in milliseconds) of a long animation. -->
<integer name="config_longAnimTime">500</integer>
<!-- The duration (in milliseconds) of the activity open/close and fragment open/close animations. -->
<integer name="config_activityShortDur">150</integer>
<integer name="config_activityDefaultDur">220</integer>
<!-- Duration for the dim animation behind a dialog. This may be either
a percentage, which is relative to the duration of the enter/open
animation of the window being shown that is dimming behind, or it may
be an integer for a constant duration. -->
<fraction name="config_dimBehindFadeDuration">100%</fraction>
<!-- The maximum width we would prefer dialogs to be. 0 if there is no
maximum (let them grow as large as the screen). Actual values are
specified for -large and -xlarge configurations. -->
<dimen name="config_prefDialogWidth">320dp</dimen>
<!-- Enables or disables fading edges when marquee is enabled in TextView.
Off by default, since the framebuffer readback used to implement the
fading edges is prohibitively expensive on most GPUs. -->
<bool name="config_ui_enableFadingMarquee">false</bool>
<!-- Whether dialogs should close automatically when the user touches outside
of them. This should not normally be modified. -->
<bool name="config_closeDialogWhenTouchOutside">true</bool>
<!-- Device configuration indicating whether we should avoid using accelerated graphics
in certain places to reduce RAM footprint. This is ignored if ro.config.low_ram
is true (in that case this is assumed true as well). It can allow you to tune down
your device's memory use without going to the point of causing applications to turn
off features. -->
<bool name="config_avoidGfxAccel">false</bool>
<!-- Device configuration setting the minfree tunable in the lowmemorykiller in the kernel.
A high value will cause the lowmemorykiller to fire earlier, keeping more memory
in the file cache and preventing I/O thrashing, but allowing fewer processes to
stay in memory. A low value will keep more processes in memory but may cause
thrashing if set too low. Overrides the default value chosen by ActivityManager
based on screen size and total memory for the largest lowmemorykiller bucket, and
scaled proportionally to the smaller buckets. -1 keeps the default. -->
<integer name="config_lowMemoryKillerMinFreeKbytesAbsolute">-1</integer>
<!-- Device configuration adjusting the minfree tunable in the lowmemorykiller in the
kernel. A high value will cause the lowmemorykiller to fire earlier, keeping more
memory in the file cache and preventing I/O thrashing, but allowing fewer processes
to stay in memory. A low value will keep more processes in memory but may cause
thrashing if set too low. Directly added to the default value chosen by
ActivityManager based on screen size and total memory for the largest lowmemorykiller
bucket, and scaled proportionally to the smaller buckets. 0 keeps the default. -->
<integer name="config_lowMemoryKillerMinFreeKbytesAdjust">0</integer>
<!-- Device configuration setting the /proc/sys/vm/extra_free_kbytes tunable in the kernel
(if it exists). A high value will increase the amount of memory that the kernel
tries to keep free, reducing allocation time and causing the lowmemorykiller to kill
earlier. A low value allows more memory to be used by processes but may cause more
allocations to block waiting on disk I/O or lowmemorykiller. Overrides the default
value chosen by ActivityManager based on screen size. 0 prevents keeping any extra
memory over what the kernel keeps by default. -1 keeps the default. -->
<integer name="config_extraFreeKbytesAbsolute">-1</integer>
<!-- Device configuration adjusting the /proc/sys/vm/extra_free_kbytes tunable in the kernel
(if it exists). 0 uses the default value chosen by ActivityManager. A positive value
will increase the amount of memory that the kernel tries to keep free, reducing
allocation time and causing the lowmemorykiller to kill earlier. A negative value
allows more memory to be used by processes but may cause more allocations to block
waiting on disk I/O or lowmemorykiller. Directly added to the default value chosen by
ActivityManager based on screen size. -->
<integer name="config_extraFreeKbytesAdjust">0</integer>
<!-- The duration (in milliseconds) that the radio will scan for a signal
when there's no network connection. If the scan doesn't timeout, use zero -->
<integer name="config_radioScanningTimeout">0</integer>
<!-- XXXXX NOTE THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES USE THE WRONG NAMING CONVENTION.
Please don't copy them, copy anything else. -->
<!-- This string array should be overridden by the device to present a list of network
attributes. This is used by the connectivity manager to decide which networks can coexist
based on the hardware -->
<!-- An Array of "[Connection name],[ConnectivityManager.TYPE_xxxx],
[associated radio-type],[priority],[restoral-timer(ms)],[dependencyMet] -->
<!-- the 5th element "resore-time" indicates the number of milliseconds to delay
before automatically restore the default connection. Set -1 if the connection
does not require auto-restore. -->
<!-- the 6th element indicates boot-time dependency-met value. -->
<string-array translatable="false" name="networkAttributes">
<item>"wifi,1,1,1,-1,true"</item>
<item>"mobile,0,0,0,-1,true"</item>
<item>"mobile_mms,2,0,2,60000,true"</item>
<item>"mobile_supl,3,0,2,60000,true"</item>
<item>"mobile_hipri,5,0,3,60000,true"</item>
<item>"mobile_fota,10,0,2,60000,true"</item>
<item>"mobile_ims,11,0,2,60000,true"</item>
<item>"mobile_cbs,12,0,2,60000,true"</item>
<item>"wifi_p2p,13,1,0,-1,true"</item>
<item>"mobile_ia,14,0,2,-1,true"</item>
<item>"mobile_emergency,15,0,2,-1,true"</item>
</string-array>
<!-- Array of ConnectivityManager.TYPE_xxxx constants for networks that may only
be controlled by systemOrSignature apps. -->
<integer-array translatable="false" name="config_protectedNetworks">
<item>10</item>
<item>11</item>
<item>12</item>
<item>14</item>
<item>15</item>
</integer-array>
<!-- This string array should be overridden by the device to present a list of radio
attributes. This is used by the connectivity manager to decide which networks can coexist
based on the hardware -->
<!-- An Array of "[ConnectivityManager connectionType],
[# simultaneous connection types]" -->
<string-array translatable="false" name="radioAttributes">
<item>"1,1"</item>
<item>"0,1"</item>
</string-array>
<!-- Set of NetworkInfo.getType() that reflect data usage. -->
<integer-array translatable="false" name="config_data_usage_network_types">
<item>0</item> <!-- TYPE_MOBILE -->
<item>2</item> <!-- TYPE_MOBILE_MMS -->
<item>3</item> <!-- TYPE_MOBILE_SUPL -->
<item>4</item> <!-- TYPE_MOBILE_DUN -->
<item>5</item> <!-- TYPE_MOBILE_HIPRI -->
<item>10</item> <!-- TYPE_MOBILE_FOTA -->
<item>11</item> <!-- TYPE_MOBILE_IMS -->
<item>12</item> <!-- TYPE_MOBILE_CBS -->
<item>14</item> <!-- TYPE_MOBILE_IA -->
</integer-array>
<!-- The maximum duration (in milliseconds) we expect a network transition to take -->
<integer name="config_networkTransitionTimeout">60000</integer>
<!-- List of regexpressions describing the interface (if any) that represent tetherable
USB interfaces. If the device doesn't want to support tething over USB this should
be empty. An example would be "usb.*" -->
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_tether_usb_regexs">
</string-array>
<!-- List of regexpressions describing the interface (if any) that represent tetherable
Wifi interfaces. If the device doesn't want to support tethering over Wifi this
should be empty. An example would be "softap.*" -->
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_tether_wifi_regexs">
</string-array>
<!-- List of regexpressions describing the interface (if any) that represent tetherable
WiMAX interfaces. If the device doesn't want to support tethering over Wifi this
should be empty. An example would be "softap.*" -->
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_tether_wimax_regexs">
</string-array>
<!-- List of regexpressions describing the interface (if any) that represent tetherable
bluetooth interfaces. If the device doesn't want to support tethering over bluetooth this
should be empty. -->
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_tether_bluetooth_regexs">
</string-array>
<!-- Max number of Bluetooth tethering connections allowed. If this is
updated config_tether_dhcp_range has to be updated appropriately. -->
<integer translateable="false" name="config_max_pan_devices">5</integer>
<!-- Dhcp range (min, max) to use for tethering purposes -->
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_tether_dhcp_range">
</string-array>
<!-- Regex of wired ethernet ifaces -->
<string translatable="false" name="config_ethernet_iface_regex">eth\\d</string>
<!-- If the mobile hotspot feature requires provisioning, a package name and class name
can be provided to launch a supported application that provisions the devices.
Example Usage:
String[] appDetails = getStringArray(R.array.config_mobile_hotspot_provision_app);
Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_MAIN);
intent.setClassName(appDetails[0], appDetails[1]);
startActivityForResult(intent, 0);
public void onActivityResult(int requestCode, int resultCode, Intent intent) {
super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, intent);
if (requestCode == 0) {
if (resultCode == Activity.RESULT_OK) {
//Mobile hotspot provisioning successful
} else {
//Mobile hotspot provisioning failed
}
}
See src/com/android/settings/TetherSettings.java for more details.
-->
<!-- The first element is the package name and the second element is the class name
of the provisioning app -->
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_mobile_hotspot_provision_app">
<!--
<item>com.example.provisioning</item>
<item>com.example.provisioning.Activity</item>
-->
</string-array>
<!-- Array of ConnectivityManager.TYPE_xxxx values allowable for tethering -->
<!-- Common options are [1, 4] for TYPE_WIFI and TYPE_MOBILE_DUN or
<!== [0,1,5,7] for TYPE_MOBILE, TYPE_WIFI, TYPE_MOBILE_HIPRI and TYPE_BLUETOOTH -->
<integer-array translatable="false" name="config_tether_upstream_types">
<item>0</item>
<item>1</item>
<item>5</item>
<item>7</item>
<item>9</item>
</integer-array>
<!-- If the DUN connection for this CDMA device supports more than just DUN -->
<!-- traffic you should list them here. -->
<!-- If this device is not CDMA this is ignored. If this list is empty on -->
<!-- a DUN-requiring CDMA device, the DUN APN will just support just DUN. -->
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_cdma_dun_supported_types">
</string-array>
<!-- String containing the apn value for tethering. May be overriden by secure settings
TETHER_DUN_APN. Value is a comma separated series of strings:
"name,apn,proxy,port,username,password,server,mmsc,mmsproxy,mmsport,mcc,mnc,auth,type"
note that empty fields can be ommitted: "name,apn,,,,,,,,,310,260,,DUN" -->
<string translatable="false" name="config_tether_apndata"></string>
<!-- Boolean indicating whether the wifi chipset has dual frequency band support -->
<bool translatable="false" name="config_wifi_dual_band_support">false</bool>
<!-- Device type information conforming to Annex B format in WiFi Direct specification.
The default represents a dual-mode smartphone -->
<string translatable="false" name="config_wifi_p2p_device_type">10-0050F204-5</string>
<!-- Boolean indicating whether the wifi chipset supports background scanning mechanism.
This mechanism allows the host to remain in suspend state and the dongle to actively
scan and wake the host when a configured SSID is detected by the dongle. This chipset
capability can provide power savings when wifi needs to be always kept on. -->
<bool translatable="false" name="config_wifi_background_scan_support">false</bool>
<!-- Integer indicating wpa_supplicant scan interval in milliseconds -->
<integer translatable="false" name="config_wifi_supplicant_scan_interval">15000</integer>
<!-- Integer indicating wpa_supplicant scan interval when p2p is connected in milliseconds -->
<integer translatable="false" name="config_wifi_scan_interval_p2p_connected">60000</integer>
<!-- Integer indicating the framework scan interval in milliseconds. This is used in the scenario
where the chipset does not support background scanning (config_wifi_background_scan_suport
is false) to set up a periodic wake up scan so that the device can connect to a new access
point on the move. A value of 0 means no periodic scans will be used in the framework. -->
<integer translatable="false" name="config_wifi_framework_scan_interval">300000</integer>
<!-- Wifi driver stop delay, in milliseconds.
Default value is 2 minutes. -->
<integer translatable="false" name="config_wifi_driver_stop_delay">120000</integer>
<!-- Wifi driver supports batched scan -->
<bool translatable="false" name="config_wifi_batched_scan_supported">false</bool>
<!-- Flag indicating whether the we should enable the automatic brightness in Settings.
Software implementation will be used if config_hardware_auto_brightness_available is not set -->
<bool name="config_automatic_brightness_available">false</bool>
<!-- Don't name config resources like this. It should look like config_annoyDianne -->
<bool name="config_annoy_dianne">true</bool>
<!-- XXXXXX END OF RESOURCES USING WRONG NAMING CONVENTION -->
<!-- If this is true, the screen will come on when you unplug usb/power/whatever. -->
<bool name="config_unplugTurnsOnScreen">false</bool>
<!-- Set this true only if the device has separate attention and notification lights. -->
<bool name="config_useAttentionLight">false</bool>
<!-- If this is true, the screen will fade off. -->
<bool name="config_animateScreenLights">true</bool>
<!-- If this is true, key chords can be used to take a screenshot on the device. -->
<bool name="config_enableScreenshotChord">true</bool>
<!-- Auto-rotation behavior -->
<!-- If true, enables auto-rotation features using the accelerometer.
Otherwise, auto-rotation is disabled. Applications may still request
to use specific orientations but the sensor is ignored and sensor-based
orientations are not available. Furthermore, all auto-rotation related
settings are omitted from the system UI. In certain situations we may
still use the accelerometer to determine the orientation, such as when
docked if the dock is configured to enable the accelerometer. -->
<bool name="config_supportAutoRotation">true</bool>
<!-- If true, the screen can be rotated via the accelerometer in all 4
rotations as the default behavior. -->
<bool name="config_allowAllRotations">false</bool>
<!-- If true, the direction rotation is applied to get to an application's requested
orientation is reversed. Normally, the model is that landscape is
clockwise from portrait; thus on a portrait device an app requesting
landscape will cause a clockwise rotation, and on a landscape device an
app requesting portrait will cause a counter-clockwise rotation. Setting
true here reverses that logic. -->
<bool name="config_reverseDefaultRotation">false</bool>
<!-- Lid switch behavior -->
<!-- The number of degrees to rotate the display when the keyboard is open.
A value of -1 means no change in orientation by default. -->
<integer name="config_lidOpenRotation">-1</integer>
<!-- Indicate whether the lid state impacts the accessibility of
the physical keyboard. 0 means it doesn't, 1 means it is accessible
when the lid is open, 2 means it is accessible when the lid is
closed. The default is 0. -->
<integer name="config_lidKeyboardAccessibility">0</integer>
<!-- Indicate whether the lid state impacts the accessibility of
the navigation buttons. 0 means it doesn't, 1 means it is accessible
when the lid is open, 2 means it is accessible when the lid is
closed. The default is 0. -->
<integer name="config_lidNavigationAccessibility">0</integer>
<!-- Indicate whether closing the lid causes the device to go to sleep and opening
it causes the device to wake up.
The default is false. -->
<bool name="config_lidControlsSleep">false</bool>
<!-- Desk dock behavior -->
<!-- The number of degrees to rotate the display when the device is in a desk dock.
A value of -1 means no change in orientation by default. -->
<integer name="config_deskDockRotation">-1</integer>
<!-- Control whether being in the desk dock (and powered) always
keeps the screen on. By default it stays on when plugged in to
AC. 0 will not keep it on; or together 1 to stay on when plugged
in to AC and 2 to stay on when plugged in to USB. (So 3 for both.) -->
<integer name="config_deskDockKeepsScreenOn">1</integer>
<!-- Control whether being in the desk dock should enable accelerometer
based screen orientation. This defaults to true because it is
common for desk docks to be sold in a variety of form factors
with different orientations. Since we cannot always tell these docks
apart and the docks cannot report their true orientation on their own,
we rely on gravity to determine the effective orientation. -->
<bool name="config_deskDockEnablesAccelerometer">true</bool>
<!-- Car dock behavior -->
<!-- The number of degrees to rotate the display when the device is in a car dock.
A value of -1 means no change in orientation by default. -->
<integer name="config_carDockRotation">-1</integer>
<!-- Control whether being in the car dock (and powered) always
keeps the screen on. By default it stays on when plugged in to
AC. 0 will not keep it on; or together 1 to stay on when plugged
in to AC and 2 to stay on when plugged in to USB. (So 3 for both.) -->
<integer name="config_carDockKeepsScreenOn">1</integer>
<!-- Control whether being in the car dock should enable accelerometer based
screen orientation. This defaults to true because putting a device in
a car dock make the accelerometer more a physical input (like a lid). -->
<bool name="config_carDockEnablesAccelerometer">true</bool>
<!-- HDMI behavior -->
<!-- The number of degrees to rotate the display when the device has HDMI connected
but is not in a dock. A value of -1 means no change in orientation by default.
Use -1 except on older devices whose Hardware Composer HAL does not
provide full support for multiple displays. -->
<integer name="config_undockedHdmiRotation">-1</integer>
<!-- Control the default UI mode type to use when there is no other type override
happening. One of the following values (See Configuration.java):
1 UI_MODE_TYPE_NORMAL
4 UI_MODE_TYPE_TELEVISION
5 UI_MODE_TYPE_APPLIANCE
6 UI_MODE_TYPE_WATCH
Any other values will have surprising consequences. -->
<integer name="config_defaultUiModeType">1</integer>
<!-- Indicate whether to allow the device to suspend when the screen is off
due to the proximity sensor. This resource should only be set to true
if the sensor HAL correctly handles the proximity sensor as a wake-up source.
Otherwise, the device may fail to wake out of suspend reliably.
The default is false. -->
<bool name="config_suspendWhenScreenOffDueToProximity">false</bool>
<!-- Control the behavior when the user long presses the power button.
0 - Nothing
1 - Global actions menu
2 - Power off (with confirmation)
-->
<integer name="config_longPressOnPowerBehavior">1</integer>
<!-- Control the behavior when the user short presses the power button.
0 - Nothing
1 - Go to sleep (doze)
2 - Really go to sleep (don't doze)
3 - Really go to sleep and go home (don't doze)
-->
<integer name="config_shortPressOnPowerBehavior">1</integer>
<!-- Package name for default keyguard appwidget [DO NOT TRANSLATE] -->
<string name="widget_default_package_name"></string>
<!-- Class name for default keyguard appwidget [DO NOT TRANSLATE] -->
<string name="widget_default_class_name"></string>
<!-- Indicate whether the SD card is accessible without removing the battery. -->
<bool name="config_batterySdCardAccessibility">false</bool>
<!-- List of file paths for USB host busses to exclude from USB host support.
For example, if the first USB bus on the device is used to communicate
with the modem or some other restricted hardware, add "/dev/bus/usb/001/"
to this list. If this is empty, no parts of the host USB bus will be excluded.
-->
<string-array name="config_usbHostBlacklist" translatable="false">
</string-array>
<!-- List of paths to serial ports that are available to the serial manager.
for example, /dev/ttyUSB0
-->
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_serialPorts">
</string-array>
<!-- Vibrator pattern for feedback about a long screen/key press -->
<integer-array name="config_longPressVibePattern">
<item>0</item>
<item>1</item>
<item>20</item>
<item>21</item>
</integer-array>
<!-- Vibrator pattern for feedback about touching a virtual key -->
<integer-array name="config_virtualKeyVibePattern">
<item>0</item>
<item>10</item>
<item>20</item>
<item>30</item>
</integer-array>
<!-- Vibrator pattern for a very short but reliable vibration for soft keyboard tap -->
<integer-array name="config_keyboardTapVibePattern">
<item>40</item>
</integer-array>
<!-- Vibrator pattern for feedback when selecting an hour/minute tick of a Clock -->
<integer-array name="config_clockTickVibePattern">
<item>125</item>
<item>5</item>
</integer-array>
<!-- Vibrator pattern for feedback when selecting a day/month/year date of a Calendar -->
<integer-array name="config_calendarDateVibePattern">
<item>125</item>
<item>5</item>
</integer-array>
<!-- Vibrator pattern for feedback about booting with safe mode disabled -->
<integer-array name="config_safeModeDisabledVibePattern">
<item>0</item>
<item>1</item>
<item>20</item>
<item>21</item>
</integer-array>
<!-- Vibrator pattern for feedback about booting with safe mode disabled -->
<integer-array name="config_safeModeEnabledVibePattern">
<item>0</item>
<item>1</item>
<item>20</item>
<item>21</item>
<item>500</item>
<item>600</item>
</integer-array>
<!-- Vibrator pattern for feedback about hitting a scroll barrier -->
<integer-array name="config_scrollBarrierVibePattern">
<item>0</item>
<item>15</item>
<item>10</item>
<item>10</item>
</integer-array>
<bool name="config_use_strict_phone_number_comparation">false</bool>
<!-- Display low battery warning when battery level dips to this value.
Also, the battery stats are flushed to disk when we hit this level. -->
<integer name="config_criticalBatteryWarningLevel">5</integer>
<!-- Shutdown if the battery temperature exceeds (this value * 0.1) Celsius. -->
<integer name="config_shutdownBatteryTemperature">680</integer>
<!-- Display low battery warning when battery level dips to this value -->
<integer name="config_lowBatteryWarningLevel">15</integer>
<!-- Close low battery warning when battery level reaches the lowBatteryWarningLevel
plus this -->
<integer name="config_lowBatteryCloseWarningBump">5</integer>
<!-- Default color for notification LED. -->
<color name="config_defaultNotificationColor">#ffffffff</color>
<!-- Default LED on time for notification LED in milliseconds. -->
<integer name="config_defaultNotificationLedOn">500</integer>
<!-- Default LED off time for notification LED in milliseconds. -->
<integer name="config_defaultNotificationLedOff">2000</integer>
<!-- Default value for led color when battery is low on charge -->
<integer name="config_notificationsBatteryLowARGB">0xFFFF0000</integer>
<!-- Default value for led color when battery is medium charged -->
<integer name="config_notificationsBatteryMediumARGB">0xFFFFFF00</integer>
<!-- Default value for led color when battery is fully charged -->
<integer name="config_notificationsBatteryFullARGB">0xFF00FF00</integer>
<!-- Default value for LED on time when the battery is low on charge in miliseconds -->
<integer name="config_notificationsBatteryLedOn">125</integer>
<!-- Is the notification LED intrusive? Used to decide if there should be a disable option -->
<bool name="config_intrusiveNotificationLed">false</bool>
<!-- Default value for LED off time when the battery is low on charge in miliseconds -->
<integer name="config_notificationsBatteryLedOff">2875</integer>
<!-- Number of notifications to keep in the notification service historical archive -->
<integer name="config_notificationServiceArchiveSize">250</integer>
<!-- Allow the menu hard key to be disabled in LockScreen on some devices -->
<bool name="config_disableMenuKeyInLockScreen">false</bool>
<!-- Don't show lock screen before unlock screen (PIN/pattern/password) -->
<bool name="config_enableLockBeforeUnlockScreen">false</bool>
<!-- Disable lockscreen rotation by default -->
<bool name="config_enableLockScreenRotation">false</bool>
<!-- Enable lockscreen translucent decor by default -->
<bool name="config_enableLockScreenTranslucentDecor">true</bool>
<!-- Enable translucent decor by default -->
<bool name="config_enableTranslucentDecor">true</bool>
<!-- Is the device capable of hot swapping an UICC Card -->
<bool name="config_hotswapCapable">false</bool>
<!-- Enable puk unlockscreen by default.
If unlock screen is disabled, the puk should be unlocked through Emergency Dialer -->
<bool name="config_enable_puk_unlock_screen">true</bool>
<!-- Enable emergency call when sim is locked or puk locked. Some countries/carriers do not
allow emergency calls to be placed without the IMSI, which is locked in the SIM.
If so, this should be set to 'false' in an overlay. -->
<bool name="config_enable_emergency_call_while_sim_locked">true</bool>
<!-- Control the behavior when the user long presses the home button.
0 - Nothing
1 - Recent apps view in SystemUI
2 - Launch assist intent
This needs to match the constants in
policy/src/com/android/internal/policy/impl/PhoneWindowManager.java
-->
<integer name="config_longPressOnHomeBehavior">1</integer>
<!-- Control the behavior when the user double-taps the home button.
0 - Nothing
1 - Recent apps view in SystemUI
This needs to match the constants in
policy/src/com/android/internal/policy/impl/PhoneWindowManager.java
-->
<integer name="config_doubleTapOnHomeBehavior">0</integer>
<!-- Array of light sensor LUX values to define our levels for auto backlight brightness support.
The N entries of this array define N + 1 control points as follows:
(1-based arrays)
Point 1: (0, value[1]): lux <= 0
Point 2: (level[1], value[2]): 0 < lux <= level[1]
Point 3: (level[2], value[3]): level[2] < lux <= level[3]
...
Point N+1: (level[N], value[N+1]): level[N] < lux
The control points must be strictly increasing. Each control point
corresponds to an entry in the brightness backlight values arrays.
For example, if LUX == level[1] (first element of the levels array)
then the brightness will be determined by value[2] (second element
of the brightness values array).
Spline interpolation is used to determine the auto-brightness
backlight values for LUX levels between these control points.
Must be overridden in platform specific overlays -->
<integer-array name="config_autoBrightnessLevels">
</integer-array>
<!-- Minimum screen brightness setting allowed by the power manager.
The user is forbidden from setting the brightness below this level. -->
<integer name="config_screenBrightnessSettingMinimum">10</integer>
<!-- Maximum screen brightness allowed by the power manager.
The user is forbidden from setting the brightness above this level. -->
<integer name="config_screenBrightnessSettingMaximum">255</integer>
<!-- Default screen brightness setting.
Must be in the range specified by minimum and maximum. -->
<integer name="config_screenBrightnessSettingDefault">102</integer>
<!-- Screen brightness used to dim the screen while dozing in a very low power state.
May be less than the minimum allowed brightness setting
that can be set by the user. -->
<integer name="config_screenBrightnessDoze">1</integer>
<!-- Screen brightness used to dim the screen when the user activity
timeout expires. May be less than the minimum allowed brightness setting
that can be set by the user. -->
<integer name="config_screenBrightnessDim">10</integer>
<!-- Array of output values for LCD backlight corresponding to the LUX values
in the config_autoBrightnessLevels array. This array should have size one greater
than the size of the config_autoBrightnessLevels array.
The brightness values must be between 0 and 255 and be non-decreasing.
This must be overridden in platform specific overlays -->
<integer-array name="config_autoBrightnessLcdBacklightValues">
</integer-array>
<!-- Array of output values for button backlight corresponding to the LUX values
in the config_autoBrightnessLevels array. This array should have size one greater
than the size of the config_autoBrightnessLevels array.
The brightness values must be between 0 and 255 and be non-decreasing.
This must be overridden in platform specific overlays -->
<integer-array name="config_autoBrightnessButtonBacklightValues">
</integer-array>
<!-- Array of output values for keyboard backlight corresponding to the LUX values
in the config_autoBrightnessLevels array. This array should have size one greater
than the size of the config_autoBrightnessLevels array.
The brightness values must be between 0 and 255 and be non-decreasing.
This must be overridden in platform specific overlays -->
<integer-array name="config_autoBrightnessKeyboardBacklightValues">
</integer-array>
<!-- Amount of time it takes for the light sensor to warm up in milliseconds.
For this time after the screen turns on, the Power Manager
will not debounce light sensor readings -->
<integer name="config_lightSensorWarmupTime">0</integer>
<!-- Enables swipe versus poly-finger touch disambiguation in the KeyboardView -->
<bool name="config_swipeDisambiguation">true</bool>
<!-- Specifies the amount of time to disable virtual keys after the screen is touched
in order to filter out accidental virtual key presses due to swiping gestures
or taps near the edge of the display. May be 0 to disable the feature.
It is recommended that this value be no more than 250 ms.
This feature should be disabled for most devices. -->
<integer name="config_virtualKeyQuietTimeMillis">0</integer>
<!-- Component name of the default wallpaper. This will be ImageWallpaper if not
specified -->
<string name="default_wallpaper_component" translatable="false">@null</string>
<!-- True if WallpaperService is enabled -->
<bool name="config_enableWallpaperService">true</bool>
<!-- Whether to enable network location overlay which allows network
location provider to be replaced by an app at run-time. When disabled,
only the config_networkLocationProviderPackageName package will be
searched for network location provider, otherwise packages whose
signature matches the signatures of config_locationProviderPackageNames
will be searched, and the service with the highest version number will
be picked. Anyone who wants to disable the overlay mechanism can set it
to false.
-->
<bool name="config_enableNetworkLocationOverlay" translatable="false">true</bool>
<!-- Package name providing network location support. Used only when
config_enableNetworkLocationOverlay is false. -->
<string name="config_networkLocationProviderPackageName" translatable="false">@null</string>
<!-- Whether to enable fused location provider overlay which allows fused
location provider to be replaced by an app at run-time. When disabled,
only the config_fusedLocationProviderPackageName package will be
searched for fused location provider, otherwise packages whose
signature matches the signatures of config_locationProviderPackageNames
will be searched, and the service with the highest version number will
be picked. Anyone who wants to disable the overlay mechanism can set it
to false.
-->
<bool name="config_enableFusedLocationOverlay" translatable="false">true</bool>
<!-- Package name providing fused location support. Used only when
config_enableFusedLocationOverlay is false. -->
<string name="config_fusedLocationProviderPackageName" translatable="false">com.android.location.fused</string>
<!-- Whether to enable Hardware FLP overlay which allows Hardware FLP to be
replaced by an app at run-time. When disabled, only the
config_hardwareFlpPackageName package will be searched for Hardware Flp,
otherwise packages whose signature matches the signatures of
config_locationProviderPackageNames will be searched, and the service
with the highest version number will be picked. Anyone who wants to
disable the overlay mechanism can set it to false.
-->
<bool name="config_enableHardwareFlpOverlay" translatable="false">true</bool>
<!-- Package name providing Hardware Flp. Used only when
config_enableHardwareFlpOverlay is false. -->
<string name="config_hardwareFlpPackageName" translatable="false">com.android.location.fused</string>
<!-- Whether to enable geocoder overlay which allows geocoder to be replaced
by an app at run-time. When disabled, only the
config_geocoderProviderPackageName package will be searched for
geocoder, otherwise packages whose signature matches the signatures of
config_locationProviderPackageNames will be searched, and the service
with the highest version number will be picked. Anyone who wants to
disable the overlay mechanism can set it to false.
-->
<bool name="config_enableGeocoderOverlay" translatable="false">true</bool>
<!-- Package name providing geocoder API support. Used only when
config_enableGeocoderOverlay is false. -->
<string name="config_geocoderProviderPackageName" translatable="false">@null</string>
<!-- Whether to enable geofence overlay which allows geofence to be replaced
by an app at run-time. When disabled, only the
config_geofenceProviderPackageName package will be searched for
geofence implementation, otherwise packages whose signature matches the
signatures of config_locationProviderPackageNames will be searched, and
the service with the highest version number will be picked. Anyone who
wants to disable the overlay mechanism can set it to false.
-->
<bool name="config_enableGeofenceOverlay" translatable="false">true</bool>
<!-- Package name providing geofence API support. Used only when
config_enableGeofenceOverlay is false. -->
<string name="config_geofenceProviderPackageName" translatable="false">@null</string>
<!-- Whether to enable Hardware Activity-Recognition overlay which allows Hardware
Activity-Recognition to be replaced by an app at run-time. When disabled, only the
config_activityRecognitionHardwarePackageName package will be searched for
its implementation, otherwise packages whose signature matches the
signatures of config_locationProviderPackageNames will be searched, and
the service with the highest version number will be picked. Anyone who
wants to disable the overlay mechanism can set it to false.
-->
<bool name="config_enableActivityRecognitionHardwareOverlay" translatable="false">true</bool>
<!-- Package name providing Hardware Activity-Recognition API support. Used only when
config_enableActivityRecognitionHardwareOverlay is false. -->
<string name="config_activityRecognitionHardwarePackageName" translatable="false">@null</string>
<!-- Package name(s) containing location provider support.
These packages can contain services implementing location providers,
such as the Geocode Provider, Network Location Provider, and
Fused Location Provider. They will each be searched for
service components implementing these providers.
It is strongly recommended that the packages explicitly named
below are on the system image, so that they will not map to
a 3rd party application.
The location framework also has support for installation
of new location providers at run-time. The new package does not
have to be explicitly listed here, however it must have a signature
that matches the signature of at least one package on this list.
-->
<string-array name="config_locationProviderPackageNames" translatable="false">
<!-- The standard AOSP fused location provider -->
<item>com.android.location.fused</item>
</string-array>
<!-- This string array can be overriden to enable test location providers initially. -->
<!-- Array of "[locationProviderName],[requiresNetwork],
[requiresSatellite],[requiresCell],[hasMonetaryCost],
[supportAltitute],[supportsSpeed],[supportsBearing],
[powerRequirement],[accuracy]" -->
<!-- powerRequirement is defined in android.location.Criteria
0 = NO_REQUIREMENT / 1 = POWER_LOW / 2 = POWER_MEDIUM / 3 = POWER_HIGH -->
<!-- accuracy is defined in anroid.location.Criteria
1 = ACCURACY_FINE / 2 = ACCURACY_COARSE -->
<string-array name="config_testLocationProviders" translatable="false">
<!-- Example test network location provider
<item>network,false,false,false,false,true,true,true,1,2</item>
-->
</string-array>
<!-- Boolean indicating if current platform supports bluetooth SCO for off call
use cases -->
<bool name="config_bluetooth_sco_off_call">true</bool>
<!-- Boolean indicating if current platform supports bluetooth wide band
speech -->
<bool name="config_bluetooth_wide_band_speech">true</bool>
<!-- Boolean indicating if current platform need do one-time bluetooth address
re-validation -->
<bool name="config_bluetooth_address_validation">false</bool>
<!-- Boolean indicating if current platform supports BLE peripheral mode -->
<bool name="config_bluetooth_le_peripheral_mode_supported">false</bool>
<!-- Max number of scan filters supported by blutooth controller. 0 if the
device does not support hardware scan filters-->
<integer translatable="false" name="config_bluetooth_max_scan_filters">0</integer>
<!-- Max number of advertisers supported by bluetooth controller. 0 if the
device does not support multiple advertisement-->
<integer translatable="false" name="config_bluetooth_max_advertisers">0</integer>
<!-- The default data-use polling period. -->
<integer name="config_datause_polling_period_sec">600</integer>
<!-- The default data-use threshold in bytes. 0 disables-->
<integer name="config_datause_threshold_bytes">0</integer>
<!-- The default reduced-datarate value in kilobits per sec -->
<integer name="config_datause_throttle_kbitsps">300</integer>
<!-- The default iface on which to monitor data use -->
<string name="config_datause_iface" translatable="false">rmnet0</string>
<!-- The default reduced-datarate notification mask -->
<!-- 2 means give warning -->
<integer name="config_datause_notification_type">2</integer>
<!-- If Voice Radio Technology is RIL_RADIO_TECHNOLOGY_LTE:14 this is the value
that should be used instead. A value of RIL_RADIO_TECHNOLOGY_UNKNOWN:0 means
there is no replacement value and VoLTE is assumed to be supported -->
<integer name="config_volte_replacement_rat">0</integer>
<!-- Flag indicating whether the current device is "voice capable".
If true, this means that the device supports circuit-switched
(i.e. voice) phone calls over the telephony network, and is
allowed to display the in-call UI while a cellular voice call is
active. This can be overridden to false for "data only" devices
which can't make voice calls and don't support any in-call UI.
Note: this flag is subtly different from the
PackageManager.FEATURE_TELEPHONY system feature, which is
available on *any* device with a telephony radio, even if the
device is data-only. -->
<bool name="config_voice_capable">true</bool>
<!-- Flag indicating whether the current device allows sms service.
If true, this means that the device supports both sending and
receiving sms via the telephony network.
This can be overridden to false for "data only" devices
which can't send and receive sms message.
Note: Disable SMS also disable voicemail waiting sms,
cell broadcasting sms, and MMS. -->
<bool name="config_sms_capable">true</bool>
<!-- Default SMS Application. This will be the default SMS application when
the phone first boots. The user can then change the default app to oe
of their choosing.
This can be overridden for devices where a different default SMS
application is desired. -->
<string name="default_sms_application" translatable="false">com.android.mms</string>
<!-- Enable/disable default bluetooth profiles:
HSP_AG, ObexObjectPush, Audio, NAP -->
<bool name="config_bluetooth_default_profiles">true</bool>
<!-- IP address of the dns server to use if nobody else suggests one -->
<string name="config_default_dns_server" translatable="false">8.8.8.8</string>
<!-- The default mobile provisioning apn. Empty by default, maybe overridden by
an mcc/mnc specific config.xml -->
<string name="mobile_provisioning_apn" translatable="false"></string>
<!-- The default mobile provisioning url. Empty by default, maybe overridden by
an mcc/mnc specific config.xml -->
<string name="mobile_provisioning_url" translatable="false"></string>
<!-- This url is used as the default url when redirection is detected. Any
should work as all url's get redirected. But maybe overridden by
if needed. -->
<string name="mobile_redirected_provisioning_url" translatable="false">http://google.com</string>
<!-- The default character set for GsmAlphabet -->
<!-- Empty string means MBCS is not considered -->
<string name="gsm_alphabet_default_charset" translatable="false"></string>
<!-- Enables SIP on WIFI only -->
<bool name="config_sip_wifi_only">false</bool>
<!-- Enables built-in SIP phone capability -->
<bool name="config_built_in_sip_phone">true</bool>
<!-- Boolean indicating if restoring network selection should be skipped -->
<!-- The restoring is handled by modem if it is true-->
<bool translatable="false" name="skip_restoring_network_selection">false</bool>
<!-- Maximum number of database connections opened and managed by framework layer
to handle queries on each database when using Write-Ahead Logging. -->
<integer name="db_connection_pool_size">4</integer>
<!-- The default journal mode to use use when Write-Ahead Logging is not active.
Choices are: OFF, DELETE, TRUNCATE, PERSIST and MEMORY.
PERSIST may improve performance by reducing how often journal blocks are
reallocated (compared to truncation) resulting in better data block locality
and less churn of the storage media. -->
<string name="db_default_journal_mode">PERSIST</string>
<!-- Maximum size of the persistent journal file in bytes.
If the journal file grows to be larger than this amount then SQLite will
truncate it after committing the transaction. -->
<integer name="db_journal_size_limit">524288</integer>
<!-- The database synchronization mode when using the default journal mode.
FULL is safest and preserves durability at the cost of extra fsyncs.
NORMAL also preserves durability in non-WAL modes and uses checksums to ensure
integrity although there is a small chance that an error might go unnoticed.
Choices are: FULL, NORMAL, OFF. -->
<string name="db_default_sync_mode">FULL</string>
<!-- The database synchronization mode when using Write-Ahead Logging.
FULL is safest and preserves durability at the cost of extra fsyncs.
NORMAL sacrifices durability in WAL mode because syncs are only performed before
and after checkpoint operations. If checkpoints are infrequent and power loss
occurs, then committed transactions could be lost and applications might break.
Choices are: FULL, NORMAL, OFF. -->
<string name="db_wal_sync_mode">FULL</string>
<!-- The Write-Ahead Log auto-checkpoint interval in database pages (typically 1 to 4KB).
The log is checkpointed automatically whenever it exceeds this many pages.
When a database is reopened, its journal mode is set back to the default
journal mode, which may cause a checkpoint operation to occur. Checkpoints
can also happen at other times when transactions are committed.
The bigger the WAL file, the longer a checkpoint operation takes, so we try
to keep the WAL file relatively small to avoid long delays.
The size of the WAL file is also constrained by 'db_journal_size_limit'. -->
<integer name="db_wal_autocheckpoint">100</integer>
<!-- Max space (in MB) allocated to DownloadManager to store the downloaded
files if they are to be stored in DownloadManager's data dir,
which typically is /data/data/com.android.providers.downloads/files -->
<integer name="config_downloadDataDirSize">200</integer>
<!-- Max number of downloads allowed to proceed concurrently -->
<integer name="config_MaxConcurrentDownloadsAllowed">5</integer>
<!-- When the free space available in DownloadManager's data dir falls
below the percentage value specified by this param, DownloadManager
starts removing files to try to make percentage of available
free space above this threshold value. -->
<integer name="config_downloadDataDirLowSpaceThreshold">10</integer>
<!-- The URL that should be sent in an x-wap-profile header with an HTTP request,
as defined in the Open Mobile Alliance User Agent Profile specification
OMA-TS-UAProf-V2_0-20060206-A Section 8.1.1.1. If the URL contains a '%s'
format string then that substring will be replaced with the value of
Build.MODEL. The format string shall not be escaped. -->
<string name="config_useragentprofile_url" translatable="false"></string>
<!-- When a database query is executed, the results retuned are paginated
in pages of size (in KB) indicated by this value -->
<integer name="config_cursorWindowSize">2048</integer>
<!-- Sets whether menu shortcuts should be displayed on panel menus when
a keyboard is present. -->
<bool name="config_showMenuShortcutsWhenKeyboardPresent">false</bool>
<!-- Do not translate. Defines the slots is Two Digit Number for dialing normally not USSD -->
<string-array name="config_twoDigitNumberPattern" translatable="false">
</string-array>
<!-- The VoiceMail default value is displayed to my own number if it is true -->
<bool name="config_telephony_use_own_number_for_voicemail">false</bool>
<!-- If this value is true, Sms encoded as octet is decoded by utf8 decoder.
If false, decoded by Latin decoder. -->
<bool name="config_sms_utf8_support">false</bool>
<!-- If this value is true, The mms content-disposition field is supported correctly.
If false, Content-disposition fragments are ignored -->
<bool name="config_mms_content_disposition_support">true</bool>
<!-- MMS user agent string -->
<string name="config_mms_user_agent" translatable="false"></string>
<!-- MMS user agent prolfile url -->
<string name="config_mms_user_agent_profile_url" translatable="false"></string>
<!-- National Language Identifier codes for the following two config items.
(from 3GPP TS 23.038 V9.1.1 Table 6.2.1.2.4.1):
0 - reserved
1 - Turkish
2 - Spanish (single shift table only)
3 - Portuguese
4 - Bengali
5 - Gujarati
6 - Hindi
7 - Kannada
8 - Malayalam
9 - Oriya
10 - Punjabi
11 - Tamil
12 - Telugu
13 - Urdu
14+ - reserved -->
<!-- National language single shift tables to enable for SMS encoding.
Decoding is always enabled. 3GPP TS 23.038 states that this feature
should not be enabled until a formal request is issued by the relevant
national regulatory body. Array elements are codes from the table above.
Example 1: devices sold in Turkey must include table 1 to conform with
By-Law Number 27230. (http://www.btk.gov.tr/eng/pdf/2009/BY-LAW_SMS.pdf)
Example 2: devices sold in India should include tables 4 through 13
to enable use of the new Release 9 tables for Indic languages. -->
<integer-array name="config_sms_enabled_single_shift_tables"></integer-array>
<!-- National language locking shift tables to enable for SMS encoding.
Decoding is always enabled. 3GPP TS 23.038 states that this feature
should not be enabled until a formal request is issued by the relevant
national regulatory body. Array elements are codes from the table above.
Example 1: devices sold in Turkey must include table 1 after the
Turkish Telecommunication Authority requires locking shift encoding
to be enabled (est. July 2012). (http://www.btk.gov.tr/eng/pdf/2009/BY-LAW_SMS.pdf)
See also: http://www.mobitech.com.tr/tr/ersanozturkblog_en/index.php?entry=entry090223-160014
Example 2: devices sold in India should include tables 4 through 13
to enable use of the new Release 9 tables for Indic languages. -->
<integer-array name="config_sms_enabled_locking_shift_tables"></integer-array>
<!-- Set to true if the RSSI should always display CDMA signal strength even on EVDO -->
<bool name="config_alwaysUseCdmaRssi">false</bool>
<!-- If this value is true, duplicate Source/Destination port fields
in WDP header of some carriers OMADM wap push are supported.
ex: MSGTYPE-TotalSegments-CurrentSegment
-SourcePortDestPort-SourcePortDestPort-OMADM PDU
If false, not supported. -->
<bool name="config_duplicate_port_omadm_wappush">false</bool>
<!-- Maximum numerical value that will be shown in a status bar
notification icon or in the notification itself. Will be replaced
with @string/status_bar_notification_info_overflow when shown in the
UI. -->
<integer name="status_bar_notification_info_maxnum">999</integer>
<!-- Path to an ISO image to be shared with via USB mass storage.
This is intended to allow packaging drivers or tools for installation on a PC. -->
<string translatable="false" name="config_isoImagePath"></string>
<!-- Whether a software navigation bar should be shown. NOTE: in the future this may be
autodetected from the Configuration. -->
<bool name="config_showNavigationBar">false</bool>
<!-- Whether action menu items should be displayed in ALLCAPS or not.
Defaults to true. If this is not appropriate for specific locales
it should be disabled in that locale's resources. -->
<bool name="config_actionMenuItemAllCaps">true</bool>
<!-- Whether action menu items should obey the "withText" showAsAction
flag. This may be set to false for situations where space is
extremely limited. -->
<bool name="config_allowActionMenuItemTextWithIcon">false</bool>
<!-- Remote server that can provide NTP responses. -->
<string translatable="false" name="config_ntpServer">2.android.pool.ntp.org</string>
<!-- Normal polling frequency in milliseconds -->
<integer name="config_ntpPollingInterval">864000000</integer>
<!-- Try-again polling interval in milliseconds, in case the network request failed -->
<integer name="config_ntpPollingIntervalShorter">60000</integer>
<!-- Number of times to try again with the shorter interval, before backing
off until the normal polling interval. A value < 0 indicates infinite. -->
<integer name="config_ntpRetry">3</integer>
<!-- If the time difference is greater than this threshold in milliseconds,
then update the time. -->
<integer name="config_ntpThreshold">5000</integer>
<!-- Timeout to wait for NTP server response. -->
<integer name="config_ntpTimeout">20000</integer>
<!-- Default network policy warning threshold, in megabytes. -->
<integer name="config_networkPolicyDefaultWarning">2048</integer>
<!-- Set and Unsets WiMAX -->
<bool name="config_wimaxEnabled">false</bool>
<!-- Location of the wimax framwork jar location -->
<string name="config_wimaxServiceJarLocation" translatable="false"></string>
<!-- Location of the wimax native library locaiton -->
<string name="config_wimaxNativeLibLocation" translatable="false"></string>
<!-- Name of the wimax manager class -->
<string name="config_wimaxManagerClassname" translatable="false"></string>
<!-- Name of the wimax service class -->
<string name="config_wimaxServiceClassname" translatable="false"></string>
<!-- Name of the wimax state tracker clas -->
<string name="config_wimaxStateTrackerClassname" translatable="false"></string>
<!-- Specifies whether the dreams feature should be supported.
When true, the system will allow the user to configure dreams (screensavers)
to launch when a user activity timeout occurs or the system is told to nap.
When false, the dreams feature will be disabled (this does not affect dozing).
Consider setting this resource to false or disabling dreams by default when a
doze component is specified below since dreaming will supercede dozing and
will prevent the system from entering a low power state until the dream ends. -->
<bool name="config_dreamsSupported">true</bool>
<!-- If supported, are dreams enabled? (by default) -->
<bool name="config_dreamsEnabledByDefault">true</bool>
<!-- If supported and enabled, are dreams activated when docked? (by default) -->
<bool name="config_dreamsActivatedOnDockByDefault">true</bool>
<!-- If supported and enabled, are dreams activated when asleep and charging? (by default) -->
<bool name="config_dreamsActivatedOnSleepByDefault">false</bool>
<!-- ComponentName of the default dream (Settings.Secure.DEFAULT_SCREENSAVER_COMPONENT) -->
<string name="config_dreamsDefaultComponent">com.google.android.deskclock/com.android.deskclock.Screensaver</string>
<!-- Are we allowed to dream while not plugged in? -->
<bool name="config_dreamsEnabledOnBattery">false</bool>
<!-- Minimum battery level to allow dreaming when powered.
Use -1 to disable this safety feature. -->
<integer name="config_dreamsBatteryLevelMinimumWhenPowered">-1</integer>
<!-- Minimum battery level to allow dreaming when not powered.
Use -1 to disable this safety feature. -->
<integer name="config_dreamsBatteryLevelMinimumWhenNotPowered">15</integer>
<!-- If the battery level drops by this percentage and the user activity timeout
has expired, then assume the device is receiving insufficient current to charge
effectively and terminate the dream. Use -1 to disable this safety feature. -->
<integer name="config_dreamsBatteryLevelDrainCutoff">5</integer>
<!-- ComponentName of a dream to show whenever the system would otherwise have
gone to sleep. When the PowerManager is asked to go to sleep, it will instead
try to start this dream if possible. The dream should typically call startDozing()
to put the display into a low power state and allow the application processor
to be suspended. When the dream ends, the system will go to sleep as usual.
Specify the component name or an empty string if none.
Note that doze dreams are not subject to the same start conditions as ordinary dreams.
Doze dreams will run whenever the power manager is in a dozing state. -->
<string name="config_dozeComponent"></string>
<!-- Power Management: Specifies whether to decouple the auto-suspend state of the
device from the display on/off state.
When false, autosuspend_disable() will be called before the display is turned on
and autosuspend_enable() will be called after the display is turned off.
This mode provides best compatibility for devices using legacy power management
features such as early suspend / late resume.
When true, autosuspend_display() and autosuspend_enable() will be called
independently of whether the display is being turned on or off. This mode
enables the power manager to suspend the application processor while the
display is on.
This resource should be set to "true" when a doze component has been specified
to maximize power savings but not all devices support it.
Refer to autosuspend.h for details.
-->
<bool name="config_powerDecoupleAutoSuspendModeFromDisplay">false</bool>
<!-- Power Management: Specifies whether to decouple the interactive state of the
device from the display on/off state.
When false, setInteractive(..., true) will be called before the display is turned on
and setInteractive(..., false) will be called after the display is turned off.
This mode provides best compatibility for devices that expect the interactive
state to be tied to the display state.
When true, setInteractive(...) will be called independently of whether the display
is being turned on or off. This mode enables the power manager to reduce
clocks and disable the touch controller while the display is on.
This resource should be set to "true" when a doze component has been specified
to maximize power savings but not all devices support it.
Refer to power.h for details.
-->
<bool name="config_powerDecoupleInteractiveModeFromDisplay">false</bool>
<!-- User activity timeout: Minimum screen off timeout in milliseconds.
Sets a lower bound for the {@link Settings.System#SCREEN_OFF_TIMEOUT} setting
which determines how soon the device will go to sleep when there is no
user activity.
This value must be greater than zero, otherwise the device will immediately
fall asleep again as soon as it is awoken.
-->
<integer name="config_minimumScreenOffTimeout">10000</integer>
<!-- User activity timeout: Maximum screen dim duration in milliseconds.
Sets an upper bound for how long the screen will dim before the device goes
to sleep when there is no user activity. The dim duration is subtracted from
the overall screen off timeout to determine the screen dim timeout.
When the screen dim timeout expires, the screen will dim, shortly thereafter
the device will go to sleep.
If the screen off timeout is very short, the dim duration may be reduced
proportionally. See config_maximumScreenDimRatio.
This value may be zero in which case the screen will not dim before the
device goes to sleep.
-->
<integer name="config_maximumScreenDimDuration">7000</integer>
<!-- User activity timeout: Maximum screen dim duration as a percentage of screen off timeout.
This resource is similar to config_maximumScreenDimDuration but the maximum
screen dim duration is defined as a ratio of the overall screen off timeout
instead of as an absolute value in milliseconds. This is useful for reducing
the dim duration when the screen off timeout is very short.
When computing the screen dim duration, the power manager uses the lesser
of the effective durations expressed by config_maximumScreenDimDuration and
config_maximumScreenDimRatio.
This value must be between 0% and 100%. If the value is zero, the screen will not
dim before the device goes to sleep.
-->
<fraction name="config_maximumScreenDimRatio">20%</fraction>
<!-- Base "touch slop" value used by ViewConfiguration as a
movement threshold where scrolling should begin. -->
<dimen name="config_viewConfigurationTouchSlop">8dp</dimen>
<!-- Minimum velocity to initiate a fling, as measured in dips per second. -->
<dimen name="config_viewMinFlingVelocity">50dp</dimen>
<!-- Maximum velocity to initiate a fling, as measured in dips per second. -->
<dimen name="config_viewMaxFlingVelocity">8000dp</dimen>
<!-- Amount of time in ms the user needs to press the relevant key to bring up the global actions dialog -->
<integer name="config_globalActionsKeyTimeout">500</integer>
<!-- Maximum number of grid columns permitted in the ResolverActivity
used for picking activities to handle an intent. -->
<integer name="config_maxResolverActivityColumns">3</integer>
<!-- Array of OEM specific USB mode override config.
OEM can override a certain USB mode depending on ro.bootmode.
Specify an array of below items to set override rule.
[bootmode]:[original USB mode]:[USB mode used]-->
<integer-array translatable="false" name="config_oemUsbModeOverride">
</integer-array>
<!-- Set to true to add links to Cell Broadcast app from Settings and MMS app. -->
<bool name="config_cellBroadcastAppLinks">false</bool>
<!-- The default value if the SyncStorageEngine should sync automatically or not -->
<bool name="config_syncstorageengine_masterSyncAutomatically">true</bool>
<!-- Maximum number of supported users -->
<integer name="config_multiuserMaximumUsers">1</integer>
<!-- Whether UI for multi user should be shown -->
<bool name="config_enableMultiUserUI">false</bool>
<!-- If true, then we do not ask user for permission for apps to connect to USB devices.
Do not set this to true for production devices. Doing so will cause you to fail CTS. -->
<bool name="config_disableUsbPermissionDialogs">false</bool>
<!-- Minimum span needed to begin a touch scaling gesture.
If the span is equal to or greater than this size, a scaling gesture
will begin, where supported. (See android.view.ScaleGestureDetector)
This also takes into account the size of any active touch points.
Devices with screens that deviate too far from their assigned density
bucket should consider tuning this value in a device-specific overlay.
For best results, care should be taken such that this value remains
larger than the minimum reported touchMajor/touchMinor values
reported by the hardware. -->
<dimen name="config_minScalingSpan">27mm</dimen>
<!-- Minimum accepted value for touchMajor while scaling. This may be tuned
per-device in overlays. -->
<dimen name="config_minScalingTouchMajor">48dp</dimen>
<!-- Safe headphone volume index. When music stream volume is below this index
the SPL on headphone output is compliant to EN 60950 requirements for portable music
players. -->
<integer name="config_safe_media_volume_index">10</integer>
<!-- Configure mobile network MTU. The standard default is set here but each carrier
may have a specific value set in an overlay config.xml file. -->
<integer name="config_mobile_mtu">1500</integer>
<!-- Whether WiFi display is supported by this device.
There are many prerequisites for this feature to work correctly.
Here are a few of them:
* The WiFi radio must support WiFi P2P.
* The WiFi radio must support concurrent connections to the WiFi display and
to an access point.
* The Audio Flinger audio_policy.conf file must specify a rule for the "r_submix"
remote submix module. This module is used to record and stream system
audio output to the WiFi display encoder in the media server.
* The remote submix module "audio.r_submix.default" must be installed on the device.
* The device must be provisioned with HDCP keys (for protected content).
-->
<bool name="config_enableWifiDisplay">false</bool>
<!-- When true use the linux /dev/input/event subsystem to detect the switch changes
on the headphone/microphone jack. When false use the older uevent framework. -->
<bool name="config_useDevInputEventForAudioJack">false</bool>
<!-- Whether safe headphone volume is enabled or not (country specific). -->
<bool name="config_safe_media_volume_enabled">true</bool>
<!-- Set to true if the wifi display supports compositing content stored
in gralloc protected buffers. For this to be true, there must exist
a protected hardware path for surface flinger to composite and send
protected buffers to the wifi display video encoder.
If this flag is false, we advise applications not to use protected
buffers (if possible) when presenting content to a wifi display because
the content may be blanked.
This flag controls whether the {@link Display#FLAG_SUPPORTS_PROTECTED_BUFFERS}
flag is set for wifi displays.
-->
<bool name="config_wifiDisplaySupportsProtectedBuffers">false</bool>
<!-- Whether camera shutter sound is forced or not (country specific). -->
<bool name="config_camera_sound_forced">false</bool>
<!-- Set to true if we need to not prefer an APN.
This is being added to enable a simple scenario of pre-paid
provisioning on some carriers, working around a bug (7305641)
where if the preferred is used we don't try the others. -->
<bool name="config_dontPreferApn">false</bool>
<!-- The list of ril radio technologies (see ServiceState.java) which only support
a single data connection at one time. This may change by carrier via
overlays (some don't support multiple pdp on UMTS). All unlisted radio
tech types support unlimited types (practically only 2-4 used). -->
<integer-array name="config_onlySingleDcAllowed">
<item>4</item> <!-- IS95A -->
<item>5</item> <!-- IS95B -->
<item>6</item> <!-- 1xRTT -->
<item>7</item> <!-- EVDO_0 -->
<item>8</item> <!-- EVDO_A -->
<item>12</item> <!-- EVDO_B -->
</integer-array>
<!-- Set to true if after a provisioning apn the radio should be restarted -->
<bool name="config_restartRadioAfterProvisioning">false</bool>
<!-- Vibrator pattern to be used as the default for notifications
that specify DEFAULT_VIBRATE.
-->
<integer-array name="config_defaultNotificationVibePattern">
<item>0</item>
<item>350</item>
<item>250</item>
<item>350</item>
</integer-array>
<!-- Vibrator pattern to be used as the default for notifications
that do not specify vibration but vibrate anyway because the device
is in vibrate mode.
-->
<integer-array name="config_notificationFallbackVibePattern">
<item>0</item>
<item>100</item>
<item>150</item>
<item>100</item>
</integer-array>
<!-- Flag indicating if the speed up audio on mt call code should be executed -->
<bool name="config_speed_up_audio_on_mt_calls">false</bool>
<!-- Class name of the framework account picker activity.
Can be customized for other product types -->
<string name="config_chooseAccountActivity"
>android/android.accounts.ChooseAccountActivity</string>
<!-- Class name of the account type and account picker activity.
Can be customized for other product types -->
<string name="config_chooseTypeAndAccountActivity"
>android/android.accounts.ChooseTypeAndAccountActivity</string>
<!-- Component name of a custom ResolverActivity (Intent resolver) to be used instead of
the default framework version. If left empty, then the framework version will be used.
Example: com.google.android.myapp/.resolver.MyResolverActivity -->
<string name="config_customResolverActivity"></string>
<!-- Name of the activity or service that prompts the user to reject, accept, or whitelist
an adb host's public key, when an unwhitelisted host connects to the local adbd.
Can be customized for other product types -->
<string name="config_customAdbPublicKeyConfirmationComponent"
>com.android.systemui/com.android.systemui.usb.UsbDebuggingActivity</string>
<!-- Name of the CustomDialog that is used for VPN -->
<string name="config_customVpnConfirmDialogComponent"
>com.android.vpndialogs/com.android.vpndialogs.ConfirmDialog</string>
<!-- Apps that are authorized to access shared accounts, overridden by product overlays -->
<string name="config_appsAuthorizedForSharedAccounts">;com.android.settings;</string>
<!-- Flag indicating that the media framework should not allow changes or mute on any
stream or master volumes. -->
<bool name="config_useFixedVolume">false</bool>
<!-- The list of IMEs which should be disabled until used.
This function suppresses update notifications for these pre-installed apps.
We need to set this configuration carefully that they should not have functionarities
other than "IME" or "Spell Checker". In InputMethodManagerService,
the listed IMEs are disabled until used when all of the following conditions are met.
1. Not selected as an enabled IME in the Settings
2. Not selected as a spell checker in the Settings
3. Installed
4. A pre-installed IME
5. Not enabled
And the disabled_until_used state for an IME is released by InputMethodManagerService
when the IME is selected as an enabled IME. -->
<string-array name="config_disabledUntilUsedPreinstalledImes" translatable="false">
<item>com.android.inputmethod.latin</item>
</string-array>
<!-- The list of classes that should be added to the notification ranking pipline.
See {@link com.android.server.notification.NotificationSignalExtractor} -->
<string-array name="config_notificationSignalExtractors">
<item>com.android.server.notification.ValidateNotificationPeople</item>
<item>com.android.server.notification.PackagePriorityExtractor</item>
<item>com.android.server.notification.NotificationIntrusivenessExtractor</item>
</string-array>
<!-- Flag indicating that this device does not rotate and will always remain in its default
orientation. Activities that desire to run in a non-compatible orientation will be run
from an emulated display within the physical display. -->
<bool name="config_forceDefaultOrientation">false</bool>
<!-- Default Gravity setting for the system Toast view. Equivalent to: Gravity.CENTER_HORIZONTAL | Gravity.BOTTOM -->
<integer name="config_toastDefaultGravity">0x00000051</integer>
<!-- set to false if we need to show user confirmation
when alpha identifier is not provided by the UICC -->
<bool name="config_stkNoAlphaUsrCnf">true</bool>
<!-- Don't use roaming icon for considered operators.
Can use mcc or mcc+mnc as item. For example, 302 or 21407.
If operators, 21404 and 21407, make roaming agreements, user of 21404 should not see
the roaming icon as using 21407 network.
To do this, add 21407 item to values-mcc214-mnc04/config.xml -->
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_operatorConsideredNonRoaming">
</string-array>
<!-- Threshold (in ms) under which a screen off / screen on will be considered a reset of the
immersive mode confirmation prompt.-->
<integer name="config_immersive_mode_confirmation_panic">5000</integer>
<!-- For some operators, PDU has garbages. To fix it, need to use valid index -->
<integer name="config_valid_wappush_index">-1</integer>
<!-- Show roaming icon though same named operators.
Uses "startsWith" so you can use a leading substring like the mcc or
use the complete mcc+mnc string.
Though same mcc and same operator name, some operator want to roam.
user of 40485 should see the roaming icon as using 40483 network
though same Reliance network.
To do this, add 40483 item to values-mcc404-mnc85/config.xml -->
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_sameNamedOperatorConsideredRoaming">
</string-array>
<!-- call barring MMI code from TS 22.030 Annex B -->
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_callBarringMMI">
<item>33</item>
<item>331</item>
<item>332</item>
<item>35</item>
<item>351</item>
<item>330</item>
<item>333</item>
<item>353</item>
</string-array>
<!-- Override the default detection behavior for the framework method
android.view.ViewConfiguration#hasPermanentMenuKey().
Valid settings are:
0 - No change. Use the default autodetection behavior.
1 - The device DOES have a permanent menu key; ignore autodetection.
2 - The device DOES NOT have a permanent menu key; ignore autodetection. -->
<integer name="config_overrideHasPermanentMenuKey">0</integer>
<!-- default window inset isRound property -->
<bool name="config_windowIsRound">false</bool>
<!-- Package name for default network scorer app; overridden by product overlays. -->
<string name="config_defaultNetworkScorerPackageName"></string>
<!-- default device has recents property -->
<bool name="config_hasRecents">true</bool>
<!-- default window ShowCircularMask property -->
<bool name="config_windowShowCircularMask">false</bool>
<!-- Defines the default set of global actions. Actions may still be disabled or hidden based
on the current state of the device.
Each item must be one of the following strings:
"power" = Power off
"settings" = An action to launch settings
"airplane" = Airplane mode toggle
"bugreport" = Take bug report, if available
"silent" = silent mode
"users" = list of users
-->
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_globalActionsList">
<item>power</item>
<item>bugreport</item>
<item>users</item>
</string-array>
<!-- default telephony hardware configuration for this platform.
-->
<!-- this string array should be overridden by the device to present a list
telephony hardware resource. this is used by the telephony device controller
(TDC) to offer the basic capabilities of the hardware to the telephony
framework
-->
<!-- an array of "[hardware type],[hardware-uuid],[state],[[hardware-type specific]]"
with, [[hardware-type specific]] in:
- "[[ril-model],[rat],[max-active-voice],[max-active-data],[max-active-standby]]"
for 'modem' hardware
- "[[associated-modem-uuid]]"
for 'sim' hardware.
refer to HardwareConfig in com.android.internal.telephony for specific details/values
those elements can carry.
-->
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_telephonyHardware">
<!-- modem -->
<item>"0,modem,0,0,0,1,1,1"</item>
<!-- sim -->
<item>"1,sim,0,modem"</item>
</string-array>
<!-- This string array can be overriden to add an additional DRM support for WebView EME. -->
<!-- Array of "[keySystemName],[UuidOfMediaDrm]" @hide @SystemApi -->
<string-array name="config_keySystemUuidMapping" translatable="false">
<!-- Example:
<item>"x-com.microsoft.playready,9A04F079-9840-4286-AB92-E65BE0885F95"</item>
-->
</string-array>
<!-- Flag indicating which package name can access the persistent data partition -->
<string name="config_persistentDataPackageName" translatable="false"></string>
<!-- Flag indicating apps will skip sending hold request before merge. In this case
IMS service implementation will do both.i.e.hold followed by merge. -->
<bool name="skipHoldBeforeMerge">true</bool>
<!-- Flag indicating emergency calls will always use IMS irrespective of the state of
the IMS connection -->
<bool name="useImsAlwaysForEmergencyCall">true</bool>
<!-- Flag indicating whether the IMS service can be turned off. If false then
the service will not be turned-off completely (the ImsManager.turnOffIms() will
be disabled) but individual Features can be disabled using ImsConfig.setFeatureValue() -->
<bool name="imsServiceAllowTurnOff">true</bool>
<!-- Flag specifying whether VoLTE & VT should be allowed on device: independent of the
carrier provisioning. If false: hard disabled. If true: then depends on carrier
provisioning, availability etc -->
<bool name="config_mobile_allow_volte_vt">true</bool>
<bool name="config_networkSamplingWakesDevice">true</bool>
<string-array translatable="false" name="config_cdma_home_system" />
<!-- Default text encoding for WebSettings. @hide @SystemApi -->
<string name="config_webSettingsDefaultTextEncoding">UTF-8</string>
<!--From SmsMessage-->
<!--Support decoding the user data payload as pack GSM 8-bit (a GSM alphabet
string that's stored in 8-bit unpacked format) characters.-->
<bool translatable="false" name="config_sms_decode_gsm_8bit_data">false</bool>
<!-- Package name providing WebView implementation. -->
<string name="config_webViewPackageName" translatable="false">com.android.webview</string>
<!-- If EMS is not supported, framework breaks down EMS into single segment SMS
and adds page info " x/y". This config is used to set which carrier doesn't
support EMS and whether page info should be added at the beginning or the end.
We use tag 'prefix' for position beginning and 'suffix' for position end.
Examples: <item>311480;prefix</item> <item>310260;suffix</item>
-->
<string-array translatable="false" name="no_ems_support_sim_operators" />
</resources>