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[MOD][PORT][KJ2][12/9; V1.1] lockscreen menu, autorotate fixed! - PDT

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4th January 2012, 04:14 AM   |  #31  
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If you want that, copy your images over my framework-res.apk.
5th January 2012, 12:53 AM   |  #32  
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Would it have been possible for you to make this mod without the glorious overdose framework? I was shooting for asop look and feel but I can't use your framework changes because it has glorious overdose watermarked one the notifications pane and the blue highlights everywhere.

I would it appreciate it. Thanks for the work though.

Extract the framework-res.apk & settings.apk and navigate to:

/res/drawable
/res/drawable-hdpi
/res/drawable-land-hdpi

and change the .png and/or .jpg/.jpeg files as you'd wish

You can easily modifiy and/or replace the images (the lockscreen images) once you do so.

Once you finish just use winrar/7zip or your archive manager to zip the apk and rename the extension .apk instead of .zip.

Cheers
12th January 2012, 02:07 PM   |  #33  
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Originally Posted by -x]Trunks[x-

Extract the framework-res.apk & settings.apk and navigate to:

/res/drawable
/res/drawable-hdpi
/res/drawable-land-hdpi

and change the .png and/or .jpg/.jpeg files as you'd wish

You can easily modifiy and/or replace the images (the lockscreen images) once you do so.

Once you finish just use winrar/7zip or your archive manager to zip the apk and rename the extension .apk instead of .zip.

Cheers

Don't you have to resign the .apk?

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Don't you have to resign the .apk?

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You don't have to sign the apk's, it recommended. Although you do have to sign the .zip file.
14th January 2012, 06:28 AM   |  #35  
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Don't you have to resign the .apk?

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No because you were only replacing images. If you were to remove/add new images then yes it is recommended but generally you do not really even need to sign apk files. Especially if you're just working with the image files, it is just generally recommended to prevent any problems that MAY occur due to not signing the file.
21st January 2012, 12:07 AM   |  #36  
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Was curious... this is only for the Puzzle lock and the AOSP lock correct? Those are the only two that show up in the options...
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Yes only those 2.

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