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Question [Q] [QUESTION] Is there a way to move or re-arrange the statusbar elements???

As the title says, I'm looking for a way to move the statusbar elements, i wanna move the signal and WiFi icons to the left side (like on iOS), is there an xposed module or a tweak to achieve this???

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Hey can I just say it's kinda weird that this question is asked almost exactly the same way and verbiage on this thread.... http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2604483

Is there some weird trolling thing going on around the themes and apps section? Also I answered the question in that thread.

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I want to move the battery, signal and WiFi icons, not the carrier label. -___-
 
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I want to move the battery, signal and WiFi icons, not the carrier label. -___-
Ahhh. My bad. Just earily similar.. Lol. Good luck!

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I want to move the battery, signal and WiFi icons, not the carrier label. -___-
I think you have to decompile the system ui and edit it then push it back to system. There is a mod though for galaxy s4 that coverts the icons to ios style.

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Open developer options and click force RTL layout direction.
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=]]] lolz, I have no idea about it before, it makes my phone so funny

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Thanks a lot to everyone, I found the answer to my question here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...90072726365179

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