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24th May 2015, 11:11 PM |#141  
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hi friends. I have a little cuestion

how could I change a layout folder layout?
for example, I have signal_cluster_view.xml to modify and change the icons of place, but which would not be the syntax in the theme.xml to change. It can be modified?

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Hello ffalete,

No its not possible with a theme to do that.
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Hello ffalete,

No its not possible with a theme to do that.

Umm. Ok
Tomorrow upload any themes for g3tb lollipop

Etc etc[emoji2] [emoji2]
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Umm. Ok
Tomorrow upload any themes for g3tb lollipop

Etc etc[emoji2] [emoji2]

Where can I download these themes from u?

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