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Hello everyone,

I'm still newbie with HTC-Sense, Usually all my themes/mods are build from pure android.

But in HTC, Whatever changes i did in SystemUI and after successfully flash the modified one using flashable zip, Nothing is actually changed!

What i know is SystemUI.apk in Vanilla Android goes under System folder and in Sense under Priv-app folder.

So my question is, is there are another Sense-SysytemUI related hiding somewhere? Or i need a special/extra permission in updater-script?


Thanks guys,
9th June 2014, 07:35 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by vicino

Hello everyone,

I'm still newbie with HTC-Sense, Usually all my themes/mods are build from pure android.

But in HTC, Whatever changes i did in SystemUI and after successfully flash the modified one using flashable zip, Nothing is actually changed!

What i know is SystemUI.apk in Vanilla Android goes under System folder and in Sense under Priv-app folder.

So my question is, is there are another Sense-SysytemUI related hiding somewhere? Or i need a special/extra permission in updater-script?


Thanks guys,

Stock Android and HTC Sense SystemUI.apk are both located in /system/priv-app
10th June 2014, 05:43 AM |#3  
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Stock Android and HTC Sense SystemUI.apk are both located in /system/priv-app

Usually SystemUI goes under system\app in Vanilla Android, but still this is not what i was asking about.
10th June 2014, 03:10 PM |#4  
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Usually SystemUI goes under system\app in Vanilla Android, but still this is not what i was asking about.

Hasn't been that way since KitKat
10th June 2014, 03:15 PM |#5  
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Hey @vicino to be honest I don't know about your issue but when you have ready your theme can you plz inform us.

Thanks in advance.

Tapatalked with my "refrigerator look" HTC one M8
11th June 2014, 05:39 AM |#6  
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Hey @vicino to be honest I don't know about your issue but when you have ready your theme can you plz inform us.

Thanks in advance.

Tapatalked with my "refrigerator look" HTC one M8

Hey there, yeah i want to:
1.Build a different "recent apps window".
2.Deep HTC theming "Still can't find most of the part like switches / dialer numbers"
18th June 2014, 05:04 AM |#7  
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Originally Posted by vicino

Hey there, yeah i want to:
1.Build a different "recent apps window".
2.Deep HTC theming "Still can't find most of the part like switches / dialer numbers"

You should check out this thread if you haven't already: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2697205
18th June 2014, 06:55 AM |#8  
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I believe recent apps is part of the sense launcher, maybe you find more luck in the prism.apk !

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