Somebody else mentioned an issue where it wasn't working, but clearing dalvik cache fixed it. Not sure why that's happening, but its apparently only on the N4. Nobody in the gnex has reported problems. I also don't think we have 4.2.2 yet, but my work schedule has been preventing me from keeping up really well. If you want to try clearing dalvik, let me know if it works.
Also, which one did you try?
Originally Posted by tazer808
really? still working fine here for me. I love the charging animation of the circle version
Are you on 4.2.2 also? I'm sure you probably are since you replied to the above post, but I want to be sure.
Originally Posted by medo159
Great work, saved me the hassle of flashing. It works perfect on the latest build 14-FEB, I use the stock battery with numbers but I think the numbers are a bit larger than usual.
Not being picky but that's just what I thought
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I actually think they're a little big, too. My next priority is trying to get the icons to work with per-app coloring, but if the battery % still isn't built into PA by then I'll see if I can work on that size. Won't be hard, just time consuming. I know I saw a battery icon contest on the PA site, so I think it won't be much longer until they add it.
OK, I'm glad it's working with 4.2.2. I think most of the problems so far have been fixable, and to be honest, this is a really simple theme so there shouldn't be any reason it won't work with any version of 4.2 PA, maybe any 4.2.x ROM period. And I was on Tapatalk so I didn't see the sig, but I thought a while after my post that maybe your info was in the sig. I kinda wish Tapatalk would add the forum signatures in, instead of separate signatures........ Oh well, seems like they're more interested in sticking ads in........
I don't think I'll be able to fix the per app color issue on the stock icons, but the thin batteries I think are fixable. I think the pa colors work by changing any part of the icon that currently has a color value to the new color. That means the white percentages, blue filled in part of the battery and grey non-filled part of the battery all get changed to the same color. I really don't know any way to make the battery percents visible while keeping the battery behind it. I'm pretty sure any theme that doesn't have colors "stacked" on top of each other should be good. I'm still working on fixing the thin batteries, though........
Edit: I don't if that's right on the per app colors, either. I just realized the signal and wifi icons still color correctly. I'll keep working on it........
Lastly, I added this to the thread in the GNex forums and didn't get a lot of response (only 7 downloads), but I'll try it here and see if you guys like it. It is a combo theme that, when on stock or phablet UI's, will show the full circle battery, but on any tablet UI shows the CM thin (blue) battery. I did that because the circle battery can be difficult to read on tablet UI, but looks really good in stock. I may need to do something different with phablet too, but I want to see if anybody uses this first. I honestly won't use it myself, because how often does anybody really change UI modes? But it was easy to make, so I thought I'd try it to see if it works, and then share it. Let me know if any of you like it or want one with different icon sets!
I'm glad you like it! I've thought about posting them there too, but just haven't tested it yet. I use CM10.1 on my Nexus 7. I'll put them up there tomorrow. I'll also put that theme up you asked for. Shouldn't take me long to make. I'm pretty sure that battery is in the pack of icons I have, but if not I'll find it in 1% levels. I know I've seen theme recently.
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19 Sep 2014
By Tomek Kondrat
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