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Default [GUIDE] Change DateView format (Now with carrier name)

What is this?
Just a DateView mod

What is DateView?
DateView is the date in our statusbar that shows when we expand our statusbar Many of us removing DateView in our statusbar maybe because it is annoying so lets make it cool

How to use
Download the attached DateView smali files.
Extract it and move to SystemUI/smali/com/android/systemui/statusbar (or just simply replace the DateView smalis)

To change the DateView format find
Code:
const-string v4, "E"
And change the "E" to any Java date format
(Not available for Carrier X DateView.smali)

To change the DateView to Carrier Name just download and extract Carrier X DateView.smali

Screenshot by @mohawk97
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Code:
const-string v4, "M"


To display the time use this


Code:
const-string v4, "h:mm a"
For more Date formats go here
http://www.tutorialspoint.com/java/java_date_time.htm

This is the screenshot for Carrier X DateView



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Originally Posted by mariozawa View Post
What is this?
Just a DateView mod

What is DateView?
DateView is the date in our statusbar that shows when we expand our statusbar Many of us removing DateView in our statusbar maybe because it is annoying so lets make it cool

How to use
Download the attached DateView smali files.
Extract it and move to SystemUI/smali/com/android/systemui/statusbar (or just simply replace the DateView smalis)

To change the DateView format find
Code:
const-string v4, "E"
And change the "E" to any Java date format

Screenshot by @mohawk97
He use

Code:
const-string v4, "M"


To display the time use this




Code:
const-string v4, "h:mm a"
For more Date formats go here
http://www.tutorialspoint.com/java/java_date_time.htm


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How to remove date ??
 
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How to remove date ??
I presume by deleting the line that starts

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<com.android.systemui.statusbar.DateView
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I use Potato Clock Mods for this
 
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I use Potato Clock Mods for this
Potato Clock Mod and this is different.

The first lets you change how the clock is displayed in the status bar. The second allows you to change how the date appears when the status bar is expanded. Most developers remove the date altogether though.
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