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[ICONS] Beautiful -= Ribbon Status Bar Icons =- [MDPI/HDPI]

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26th January 2012, 03:32 AM   |  #11  
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Originally Posted by Know-Fear

com.google.android.gm-1.apk is in /data/app

So does that mean I want to navigate to data/app instead of :
3. Navigate to /system/app and select com.google.android.gm-1.apk at this point
ninjamorph expands the file and stores it on your SDcard as a folder. ??

Thanks btw for your response so quickly Know-Fear.
26th January 2012, 04:07 AM   |  #12  
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Originally Posted by cubfan80

So does that mean I want to navigate to data/app instead of :
3. Navigate to /system/app and select com.google.android.gm-1.apk at this point
ninjamorph expands the file and stores it on your SDcard as a folder. ??

Thanks btw for your response so quickly Know-Fear.

You have to move it to /system/app, i updated the instructions in OP anything else that i miss please let me know.

~ Veronica
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2nd February 2012, 06:31 AM   |  #13  
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-= Ribbon Status Bar Icons =-



What includes in the package?

- Modified framework-res.apk with menu background patch
- Modified SystemUI.apk
- MDPI/HDPI Ribbon icons

How do i put them in my apps?

0. Copy the MDPI folder or download and extract Ribbons MDPI.zip in your SDcard
1. Download Ninjamorph from the Market and sideload Gmail to /system/app + give rw-r--r-- permissions
2. Open ninjamorph and select new project
3. Navigate to /system/app and select com.google.android.gm-1.apk at this point
ninjamorph expands the file and stores it on your SDcard as a folder.
4. select Res folder
5. Select drawable-hdpi
6. scroll down and select stat_notify_email.png (Remember that name), you will be asked what to replace it with
7. At this point touch the Home button, open ES file explorer and navigate to /Sdcard/MDPI/Gmail folder
8. Check that the .png is named as stat_notify_email.png, if not then rename it
9. Go back to ninjamorph it will show the screen as you leave it, just navigate to the modified file /Sdcard/MDPI/Gmail/stat_notify_email.png and select it. It will replace the original
10. Once you've done the above click back button and then click on finish project
11. Select the project, click YES to the warnings and NO to zip align it

It will do it's thing, once rebooted your menus will have the colour of the file you gave it as a replacement
* Repeat the process with other apps, folders and name of the .png's will vary.

Where is the link?
MDPI: http://min.us/mWC0VBN2A
HDPI: http://min.us/mfmp8knaW

Can i mirror it?
Yeah sure go ahead

Can i post this somewhere else?
Yes but as always give credits and that means to mention all the users that created this including me to port them to MDPI

Can i get some screenies ?
Here you go...


THANKS!

@collins521 for start this project included in his MIUI suave HD theme
@CelticWebSolutions i based the ninjamorph tutorial from his and for the menus background patches
@lavero.burgos <<ME>>for spend hours figuring out the best way to port the icons and recreate battery icons as MIUI battery icons is way different than stock and CM.

~ Veronica

What widget did you use for the clock on top and what theme did you use (dolphin browser is shown on homescreen)
2nd February 2012, 06:37 AM   |  #14  
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Originally Posted by Joseph777

What widget did you use for the clock on top and what theme did you use (dolphin browser is shown on homescreen)

I can't give you a link right now because im in my NT but I posted all that info in the "post your screenshoots" thread, tomorrow I can give you a link.

Edit: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=231
~ Veronica

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Who have the ribbon battery PSD? Might sharing out?
27th April 2012, 11:16 PM   |  #16  
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Question Changing the Notification Bar to look like your ROM's?
How can I get this just this part of the Notification bar?
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How can I get this just this part of the Notification bar?

Its the ICS tweaked tablet theme.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...52&postcount=1
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Post How did you get those soft buttons on a stock rom.
Sorry, my fault. I should have explained. I'm running stock v1.4.1 - rooted. I want to add just those soft bottons without the extra ribbons. I see a lot of stuff about cm7, but I haven't seen any posts about getting those in stock. Veronica's mod is the only place I've seen that has it with stock. So my question is really to her, how where u able to get that into stock? The reason I ask is, while it would just be easier to flash her rom, I wouldn't really learn anything. So the 'how' is just as important to me as the 'what'. Anyway I give you credit for your answer and tossed you a thanks.

And just because I'm here, where can I get just the boot animation with the "hack by barnes and noble", because quite frankly, that is just bad ass.
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Sorry, my fault. I should have explained. I'm running stock v1.4.1 - rooted. I want to add just those soft bottons without the extra ribbons. I see a lot of stuff about cm7, but I haven't seen any posts about getting those in stock.

Look about 4 pages back in the "themes and apps* board. There is a thread called *Ice Cream Sandwich Status Bar Icons." Skim the whole thread, especially for screenshots. (Try page 4.) There are flavors which retain an ICS style "keep reading* button, replace that with a standard home button, slide the buttons down to the left, get rid of the clock, replace the numbers to look more ICS-ey, etc. Remember to back up your SystemUI.apk in case something breaks, and good luck!
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Can anyone mirror the MDPI version link?

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