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10th July 2014, 04:50 AM   |  #1  
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I just recently got ATT for this phone. I like ATT's signal icons but haven't figured out a way to change them in CM to look that way.
Is it possible? Tried searching here and Google with little results. Also tried some build prop info I found but it didn't work.

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10th July 2014, 05:21 AM   |  #2  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ajent

I just recently got ATT for this phone. I like ATT's signal icons but haven't figured out a way to change them in CM to look that way.
Is it possible? Tried searching here and Google with little results. Also tried some build prop info I found but it didn't work.

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Don't think that's possible, mate. AT&T's (and every other carrier's) custom icons aren't implemented in the One's SystemUI.apk , because OnePlus isn't affiliated with any carrier.
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13th July 2014, 10:46 PM   |  #3  
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You could pull the icons from a att ROM and just overwrite the ones in your ROMs systemui. Picture files are not compiled so you can just drop em in and go, just use winrar or 7zip to open them and see which files you need to replace.

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You could pull the icons from a att ROM and just overwrite the ones in your ROMs systemui. Picture files are not compiled so you can just drop em in and go, just use winrar or 7zip to open them and see which files you need to replace.

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Won't work unfortunately. The SystemUI.apk is odexed, so theming is impossible.
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Ah, I've been running paranoid android, didn't think about cm11 being odexed.

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Won't work unfortunately. The SystemUI.apk is odexed, so theming is impossible.

Its not impossible to theme an indexed apk

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Its not impossible to theme an indexed apk

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Well not impossible. It just makes it a hell of a lot harder than it needs to be..

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