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WARNING: You will lose the AT&T signal icons. The phone will display what I assume are international version signal icons.

1. Browse to /system/ and open build.prop
2. Find the line "ro.product.name"
3. Change the line to say "ro.product.name=SM-G900"
4. Save and reboot

You will now have an S Finder button in the top left corner of the notification panel.
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What did you change to get the hot spot button

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What did you change to get the hot spot button

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G900A using XDA Premium 4 mobile app
Theres a thread on adding quick tiles but even after I edit they don't appear
Sq editor
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"Active notfication"
Add said string
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Reboot
But didn't seem to work for me
The alliance rom has the option to add like 30 quick tiles of you wanna go that route.
 
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Default Hide S finder button

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WARNING: You will lose the AT&T signal icons. The phone will display what I assume are international version signal icons.

1. Browse to /system/ and open build.prop
2. Find the line "ro.product.name"
3. Change the line to say "ro.product.name=SM-G900"
4. Save and reboot

You will now have an S Finder button in the top left corner of the notification panel.

And how can i remove?
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