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[MOD] Battery percentage MOD Tool for Android 4.3

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By brainmaster, Recognized Developer on 8th December 2012, 08:52 PM
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So, since there wore many requests for the battery percentage mods, I've ported this MOD Tool so that its now working with Android 4.3.

Download the zip file, read the instructions.txt file, follow the instructions and be happy.

Included are 18 different battery styles. Some can be found here.

When the new Android build gets released, I'll update the tool.

If you can't flash it using the MOD Tools own flash zip, then take the SystemUI.apk from the Output Files/Modded Apk folder and drop it in the attached Battery MOD Flasher zip in the system/app folder. Flash it in the recovery.

EDIT: Added the Battery.percentage.modifier. Once you have modded the SystemUI with the mod tool and you want easily to change the battery icons, just drop the 204 png's in the BM.Battery.percentage.modifier.zip\vrtheme\system\ app\SystemUI.apk\res\drawable-xhdpi folder and flash the zip in the recovery.

Download Battery MOD Tool for Android 4.3
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Just tried this as I've been wanting a custom battery icon since getting my N4!!

Unfortunately it doesnt work! The resulting ZIP file when flashing says it cannot mount and to check the MOD.config file. Im currently playing around with that file but dont really know what im doing lol
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Originally Posted by MattyPW

Just tried this as I've been wanting a custom battery icon since getting my N4!!

Unfortunately it doesnt work! The resulting ZIP file when flashing says it cannot mount and to check the MOD.config file. Im currently playing around with that file but dont really know what im doing lol

same here..it does not work
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Originally Posted by MattyPW

Just tried this as I've been wanting a custom battery icon since getting my N4!!

Unfortunately it doesnt work! The resulting ZIP file when flashing says it cannot mount and to check the MOD.config file. Im currently playing around with that file but dont really know what im doing lol

I don't think this is a flash file. Unzip it and there is instructions inside.

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Brainmaster, the instructions state for ics deodexed. Have you tried this on stock jb?
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I don't think this is a flash file. Unzip it and there is instructions inside.

---------- Post added at 04:44 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:40 PM ----------

Brainmaster, the instructions state for ics deodexed. Have you tried this on stock jb?

I just tried it, it seems to be working fine. Using 4.2.1.

Thanks a lot Brainmaster!!
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I've manually copied the APK file and replaced the one in System\Apps. Caused some interesting "SystemUI has stopped working" messages until I could close and reboot the phone. After a reboot it is now working fine

Seems like just the flash ZIP file is broken, possibly due to the sdcard/0 folder??

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