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Is there a way to change the text color across fhe whole phone without flashing a theme

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Try editing stuff around in your SystemUI, or if you have Xposed Framework installed there might be a module for you that does that.
 
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Try this:


http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=51053555
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Can you tell me how to do this in a little clearer instruction. I am very interested in trying this but I honestly have no idea where to start at. I also am not able to find the SecLauncher3. Any guidance for a total noob would be greatly appreciated.
 
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Can you tell me how to do this in a little clearer instruction. I am very interested in trying this but I honestly have no idea where to start at. I also am not able to find the SecLauncher3. Any guidance for a total noob would be greatly appreciated.
SecLauncher3 is located in priv-app if you need a copy @Jessooca has a thread dl from there.

I use apktool2 @The Sickness has a well written tutorial on apkmanager
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=50663679

Google search both apktool2 and apkmanager just to see what is best for you ( imo apktool2 is the way to go ).

After that set up your environment then refer back to my first post so you can use the link to help guide you. It is a lot easier to understand it when you have the files in front of you.


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SecLauncher3 is located in priv-app if you need a copy @Jessooca has a thread dl from there.

I use apktool2 @The Sickness has a well written tutorial on apkmanager
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=50663679

Google search both apktool2 and apkmanager just to see what is best for you ( imo apktool2 is the way to go ).

After that set up your environment then refer back to my first post so you can use the link to help guide you. It is a lot easier to understand it when you have the files in front of you.


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This person you asked to research has 11 pages of posts. I was not able to find the post I needed. Thanks for the attempt to help.
 
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This person you asked to research has 11 pages of posts. I was not able to find the post I needed. Thanks for the attempt to help.
Apkmanager tutorial: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=50663679

Apktool2 YouTube: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=R_FG6EnHkIo

Tutorial I used to learn apktool: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2251719



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