So I just upgraded from Gingerbread to ICS this morning and I've reinstalled most of my stuff and got my homescreen layout similar to how I had it. There are only two things that are bugging me at this point.
Firstly, I already have a minimalist slider widget that I can use to set specific brightness levels, but in GB I had a toggle widget associated with power saver mode. All I really used it for was to have a one-touch button that would turn the brightness to the lowest level and then back, but ICS apparently hides all the power saving stuff, and all the widgets I've been able to find are multiple-tap to cycle through different brightness settings, which isn't what I'm after. Does anyone know of a one-tap widget for something like this?
More importantly, I see that ICS has moved the toggles from the notification menu into a home screen widget, which I hate. I also notice that the data toggle is missing from it, which I also hate. Is there any way to get that stuff back in the notification menu where it's easy to access but isn't taking up space?
Thanks in advance for any advice or suggestions.