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[THEME/MOD] SystemUI (reseau/wifi ICS blue v4 Miui , Softkey , battery)

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Thanks for this theme but I have a issue with the battery button.
My battery is on 85% atm but in statusbar it's not changing, still 100%.

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you have disabled the % in the menu mileston2 ?
i did for a friend and it works very well at home
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ahhh ok, now it's working

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Default looks nice

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Default Build 34

Nice mod well done. Any idea if this would work on AOKP Build 34 or if there is a version available for it?
 
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Same question. Had anybody tried it on aokp 34? Any issues?
 
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hehe, I'll just go nandroid and trial and error if no-one can confirm? These look kinda nice. Especially the battery indicator. I'm on AOKP M5.
 
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hehe, I'll just go nandroid and trial and error if no-one can confirm? These look kinda nice. Especially the battery indicator. I'm on AOKP M5.
Hey, pakjebakmeel, how did everything go? Works? What firmware are you using?
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Was a bit busy. Didn't get to try it yet.. Gonna grab some lunch in 10 minutes and will try when I get back.

pff, just made a nandroid and wanted to flash when I found out the downloads are not available anymore.
 
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ok cool.. I pulled the SystemUI.apk from my device; replaced the files in the archive and pushed it back which seems to work fine. Just done the files for the battery indicator for now but ofcourse it can be done for all other icons.

I don't think it would be very recommendable to flash the mod to any rom as it completely replaces the SystemUI.apk.

1. pull /system/app/SystemUI.apk from the device
2. Open in 7zip and overwrite the icon files of choice
3. Push the file back to /system/app/SystemUI.apk

needless to say.. --!BACKUP!--
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