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[MOD][ICS]Recent Apps, quickpanel toggle w/sound, NO CARRIER LABEL-Alpha2 & Seraphim

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20th April 2012, 07:25 PM |#21  
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This is a very nice upgrade to the task manager! You have been thanked and rated 5 stars.

On the ICS version, how would I go about changing the notification bar icons blue? Is it as simple as unpacking the zip, recoloring the images, repacking the zip, and then flashing? The green is a Gingerbread color.

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This is a very nice upgrade to the task manager! You have been thanked and rated 5 stars.

On the ICS version, how would I go about changing the notification bar icons blue? Is it as simple as unpacking the zip, recoloring the images, repacking the zip, and then flashing? The green is a Gingerbread color.

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Thanks for the thanks and stars.

You can do it that way, yes. You just need to change out the images in res/drawable-xhdpi.
The green is just the stock ICS color from Samsung. DAGr8 didn't change the colors for A2.

Here's a hint though: You can flash the Seraphim version if you have A2 and it'll give you the blue like in the screenshot. That's actually what I did when I tested it. I'm just not going to officially say that in the OP because it's not really good practice to cross system files like that. And it might not work...just make sure you have revert files and nandroids.
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Instead of cross flashing I will recolor them just to be sure. It will give me some practice too altering files to suit my needs.
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thanks for the quick updates, at my computer now and see the screenie's looking nice.. flash in 5..4..3..ooo nice done and looking perty; no issues like the other toggle mods.. you da shiz thanked and rated 5 star thread
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thanks for the quick updates, at my computer now and see the screenie's looking nice.. flash in 5..4..3..ooo nice done and looking perty; no issues like the other toggle mods.. you da shiz thanked and rated 5 star thread

Thanks.

And speaking of quick updates, version 3 is up with the carrier label removed.
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Thanks.

And speaking of quick updates, version 3 is up with the carrier label removed.

Didn't know I cared about seeing the carrier label until it was gone This mod on top of Blueprint Seraphim theme = one sexy phone!
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Great job works on Collective rom and looks great. Keep up the nice work.


Update: Running this for the last 8 hours and had two random reboots and lost time twice. Going to revert to my nandroid. :'(

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You've done an awesome job on this! seriously appreciate it...keep it up!
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Been running this all day long. Since 7 am this has been running flawlessly. No reboots, force closes or battery drain to speak of. Looks and works awesome. Dude, you're the man! Thanks for this!

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Been running this all day long. Since 7 am this has been running flawlessly. No reboots, force closes or battery drain to speak of. Looks and works awesome. Dude, you're the man! Thanks for this!

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Did u supercharge after u applied this tweak or before? What settings are u using for supercharger?

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