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[THEMES] Mioze7Ae's Unofficial CyanogenMod 6 (6.3.7) Theme Ports

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No hurries dood.

I am definitely looking forward to your future themes and your tutorial. =)
But i hope you can add the other sliders for gingerblur theme and to your future themes.
 
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ICE9 by jasonevil

All credit goes to jasonevil for his magnificent custom ICS theme, and thanks to him for letting me port it our phone:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1327602



What's themed: Framework, Phone, Contacts.
  • Cherry picked ring lockscreen from CM7.2
  • Blue button text
  • A few cherry picked assets from the ICS for Milaq's CM6.3.5, since they were not present in this theme

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?pom8wcz64cltd8q

Please apply this CMTheme.xml in CyanogenMod settings to get the blue text in the notification area/status bar: ICE9.txt

Revision History:
v1: Initial port. Lots of xml and .9 changes!

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I learned a lot from porting ICE9, and a lot of it involved me relearning some of the things I thought I had mastered. I would prefer to write a guide after I port another theme so that the foundation is solid.

For now, I recommend those who would like to learn to this page:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1422116

It has a lot of information which I have been learning from. I don't use the same tools as he does (in fact, I don't think anyone uses the same tools...), but it's a good start.

Some of the tools I'd recommend (though their use will remain unanswered) are: WinMerge, apktool, RegexRenamer, and FrameworkFlasher. I hope to mention these in the future guide
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Gingerblur Update:

I ported some assets from the Droid X framework, as well as from Dexter's Froyo Motoblur Remake 0.4 to create these lockscreens:



Please find v2 here: http://www.mediafire.com/?z6fx4cffw7w1dpi

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hahaha! an update! nice molohov
 
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Hi, Thanks for the work bud! I think I lost keyboard funcionality with ICS
 
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Hi, Thanks for the work bud! I think I lost keyboard funcionality with ICS
Hi, I am using ICS theme and the keyboard is working fine.
 
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Hi, Thanks for the work bud! I think I lost keyboard funcionality with ICS
Is this the port of the ICS theme for Milaq's CM6? Or the ICE9 theme?
I assume you mean the stock keyboard? I apologize, since I don't use it, I couldn't have tested it. Please confirm, and I'll take a look!
 
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Sorry for a dumb. but is this theme only work on mio's cm6? will this work on other rom like bravo 2.2? thanks
 
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No, these themes are framework-specific. They will bootloop even different versions of CM6.
Milestone XT720 -- CM6.3.6.2/github -- OpenRecoveryXT720 -- fastboot kernels -- SBF master thread/mirrors -- reverendkjr's video tutorials
SD card/app2ext/Link2SD problems: ORXT720 > "SD Card Utilities" > "Save diagnostics" and post /sdcard/sdcard-info.txt

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