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Is anyone still making blacked out/inverted apps

15th July 2014, 06:09 PM |#11  
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The cyanogenmod MMS app works on stock. I am using an inverted one I made myself.



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The cyanogenmod MMS app works on stock. I am using an inverted one I made myself.



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Do you have a link?
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A quick search brought me here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2490100
Has the latest hangouts version, newer than the other two listed earlier in this thread.

I grabbed hangouts and google now

EDIT: Holy flyingspagettimonster this hangouts is ugly, restoring backup. The package for google now did nothing, probably for the better after seeing hangouts
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I'd like to black out the dialer. The white is a little too much.
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