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All I'm looking for is a ROM that has the Motorola camera the ability to customize all icons (battery, signals, clock etc), easy access to battery saving options and that really it. Everything else is a bonus.

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All I'm looking for is a ROM that has the Motorola camera the ability to customize all icons (battery, signals, clock etc), easy access to battery saving options and that really it. Everything else is a bonus.

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You don't need a ROM you only need root, gravity box, greenify and that's it.

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No matter what I use I can't change the colour or the icon for that matter of the wifi/data symbols. I've tried ex themer, Xblast, ROM Toolbox, nothing changes the colour of the signal icons.

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No matter what I use I can't change the colour or the icon for that matter of the wifi/data symbols. I've tried ex themer, Xblast, ROM Toolbox, nothing changes the colour of the signal icons.

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Have you tried HK Theme manager for Xposed.....works great. It's similar to the CM/T Mobile theme changer and it uses those themes. Just Google it and you'll find the XDA page.....

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Have you tried HK Theme manager for Xposed.....works great. It's similar to the CM/T Mobile theme changer and it uses those themes. Just Google it and you'll find the XDA page.....

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Just curious...does the HK Theme Manager cause any lag? I was following it for a bit but saw some discussion about that so stopped watching it.

I enjoyed Cobalt Them on my gNex. I'd kinda like to get those effects back.

BUT, I might not do anything if it causes our good 'Ol Gravity Box to break!

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I have zero lag and it does not cause any issues with gravity box. So gar so good. X theme gave me the problems.....

I also like Cobalt.....

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Where do I get the themes from for Hk?

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Where do I get the themes from for Hk?

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Same ones you would use for CM theme changer....plus the creator of HK has some on his thread.

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It says I have to download some apk and put it on an SD card. How?

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It says I have to download some apk and put it on an SD card. How?

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Just follow this link...very easy.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/xpos...hange-t2602257

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