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Default [APP][L][JB] HenryMP, a Material design version of Apollo

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What is this?
This is HenryMP (Henry Music Player), a modified version of CyanogenMod's Music Player "Apollo" in the new Android L »Material«-Design.

Normal Version only works on Android L Preview, Backport works on Android JB and newer

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Progress
Should match Material, plz post if something isn't themed.
Latest version: stable 2

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Tested on Android L Developer Preview Port for Nexus 4 → working
Backport tested on Stock unrooted 4.4.4 for Nexus 7 → working

Changelog
- → both | + → backport only | * → android l version only
stable 2
- queue background color fixed
+ fast scroll thumb in material green
+ min. api changed to JB (see play store why)

stable 1
- added separators
- fixed widget colors and previews
- added bug reports
- fixed bugs

beta 2
- new play/pause/next/prev./repeat/shuffle icons
- more in material style

beta 1
- initial release

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Thanks for this awesome app. Working fine on my Galaxy Note 4.4.4.

Can you make same this with Google Play music

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Looks great. Was super excited to try then saw it is for L preview or newer only. Damn.
 
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Thanks for this awesome app. Working fine on my Galaxy Note 4.4.4.

Can you make same this with Google Play music

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Play Music is not open source, sorry
You'll have to wait till Google updates it

But how can it run on kitkat? It does not use a custom design, but built in material design of android l and minimum sdk is also "L"?

Maybe i find a way to backport material
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Play Music is not open source, sorry
You'll have to wait till Google updates it

But how can it run on kitkat? It does not use a custom design, but built in material design of android l and minimum sdk is also "L"?

Maybe i find a way to backport material
I tried to port it for 4.4.2 kk I could fix the ""parse error message"" but now it start to show (app not installed massage)
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AndroidL system sounds
GTA V theme

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I tried to port it for 4.4.2 kk I could fix the ""parse error message"" but now it start to show (app not installed massage)
I guess you decompiled it and changed minSdk to KitKat.
Android L-libs can't run in KitKat. And HenryMP would instant crash because it can't find the Material Design components in Framework.

It makes really no sense to backport it without a library which ports Material to previous Android versions, only some background colors are changed

Currently it only makes sense for N4/N5/N7-2 users with Android L Preview
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I guess you decompiled it and changed minSdk to KitKat.
Android L-libs can't run in KitKat. And HenryMP would instant crash because it can't find the Material Design components in Framework.

It makes really no sense to backport it without a library which ports Material to previous Android versions, only some background colors are changed

Currently it only makes sense for N4/N5/N7-2 users with Android L Preview
Yes that what I really did :3
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AndroidL system sounds
GTA V theme

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Yes that what I really did :3
@all if you want zipped sourcecode pm me
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Okay guys, finished backport to JB and later.
Generally it looks like the version for android l, but settings, menus or something are in Holo Dark.

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