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Is it possible to remove the default TW power toggles(im using Neat ROM 6.2) or at least recolor them? The basic green icons makes my eyes bleed...
 
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Hi there!

Is it possible to remove the default TW power toggles(im using Neat ROM 6.2) or at least recolor them? The basic green icons makes my eyes bleed...
U can use nightmare rom. Its the rom tat allows it.

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Hi there!

Is it possible to remove the default TW power toggles(im using Neat ROM 6.2) or at least recolor them? The basic green icons makes my eyes bleed...
you could use xposed framework with wanam module. there you can remove them or recolor them

Edit: or use a flashable theme from themes and apps section
Samsung Galaxy SIII I9300 Pepple Blue
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2nd Rom: Archidroid Samsung 4.3 Rom
 
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you could use xposed framework with wanam module. there you can remove them or recolor them

Edit: or use a flashable theme from themes and apps section
Like the guy above said. Pure and simple.
 
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you could use xposed framework with wanam module. there you can remove them or recolor them

Edit: or use a flashable theme from themes and apps section
I can flash those themes in a nonCM rom?
 
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I can flash those themes in a nonCM rom?
they are meant to work with samsung roms
just look in the description how it works and if they are compatible
for example this one should work (just to be safe make a nandroid before): http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2533683
but there should also be other ones
Samsung Galaxy SIII I9300 Pepple Blue
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they are meant to work with samsung roms
just look in the description how it works and if they are compatible
for example this one should work (just to be safe make a nandroid before): http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2533683
but there should also be other ones

looks sexy! even stock jb is much better than touchwiz icons but, after 3min of searching,wheres the download link?
okay,found it

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