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26th October 2012, 02:39 AM |#3131  
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After precisely 2 hours, I am done.

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Just 6 UCCW Widgets, and a Power Toggles Widget

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26th October 2012, 07:54 AM |#3132  
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A quick peek at my next ROM

- Can't attach images. I hate it when that happens. It's basically Touchwiz 5 JellyBean.

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A quick peek at my next ROM

- Can't attach images. I hate it when that happens. It's basically Touchwiz 5 JellyBean.

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Glad to see you are still around here. Will definitely want to try it out. But will it be a sense based or aosp?

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After precisely 2 hours, I am done.

Behold:

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Looks really nice. Mind sharing some steps or giving how to?

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26th October 2012, 08:25 AM |#3134  
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1st Please don't lough to my English I've got some requests on PM how did I made this screen. I'll try to write this tutorial anyway, but for keeping the thread clean, I've hide the screenshots & tutorial, so click the "Show content" button.



This is tutorial for Apex launcher, because I'm using it And general for screens 720x1280. I don't know yet how to make one screen with 720x1280 wallpaper on Nova launcher, because I think it won't crop properly, because wall have to be 1440x1280.


1. Download all needed files

-wallpaper/s on your liking https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0B1...lLUXhNUU0/edit
-transparent icon https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B1M...Dg0ZnZpSDFJOVE

Extract transparent icon from zip and place both, icon and wallpaper on your SD card.



2. Setting the launcher

-open Apex (leuncher) settings and open Homescreen settings (1st option)
-set portrait grip to 8x5
-set Horizontal margin to None
-set Vertical margin to None



-in Homescreen settings scroll down to see Wallpaper mode option
-set to Single screen (non-scrolling)



-open Manage screens
-remove all homescreens to just one homescreen left

-go back to Apex settings
-open Dock settings (3rd option)
-scroll to the bottom and check the Hide dock box
-go back


-open Behavior settings (5th option)
-scroll to the middle of the screen an set Swipe up to Show app drawer (because I don't have dock and app drawer shortcut on homescreen - no need for it) so you can open the app drawer





3. Setting the wallpaper

-long press on homescreen, choose wallpapers
-choose from Gallery
-find the folder where you put it
-choose the desired wallpaper
-now you'll probably see this



-drag square to the bottom left corner (be precise) and grab the upper dot and resize it to the upper right screen. Over the whole screen
-now you'll see like this



-press OK


4. Setting icons/apps on homescreen

-place apps from app drawer where they belong
-like this



-for social I have made the folder of frequent "social" apps
-to make icons transparent you'll need now the transparent icon
-long press on app/icon
-you'll se now this option



-press edit and press on app icon
-now you'll see this



-press Select picture
-press Gallery and find the folder where you placed the transparent drawer (icon won't be visible, you have to know where it is , so it's good to have special folder for it)
-choose the transparent icon and then press OK
-repeat this for all apps including app folder



I hope it is understandable )))



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26th October 2012, 08:25 AM |#3135  
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just uploaded.

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26th October 2012, 11:47 AM |#3136  
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just uploaded.

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I see you have the same as mine on wallpaper.

Use this one for Homescreen and this for lockscreen

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It's working now. Here they are

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Glad to see you are still around here. Will definitely want to try it out. But will it be a sense based or aosp?

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Looks really nice. Mind sharing some steps or giving how to?

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Hey, sure! I'll share the UCCW files in a while



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26th October 2012, 02:37 PM |#3139  
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26th October 2012, 03:15 PM |#3140  
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All instructions for my Notification home screen!

Download the zip from here: http://db.tt/6JzpJrmy


Now, download UCCW and Power Toggles, and NOVA Launcher

Then, extract the Zip onto your SDCARD.

From the zip, extract the file 'notification. novabackup' and paste it in your sdcard in sdcard/data/com.teslacoilsw.launcher/backup

Go to your home screen, press the menu button, go to NOVA settings, choose 'Backup and Import.' Select restore, and tap 'Notification.'

Now go to your home screen, you will see a lot of widget placeholders.

Tap the first one, choose UCCW, 5x2, and tap 'open uzip.' Then navigate to where you extracted the zip, and choose 'Notif bar #1'

This is the first bar. Then select the second placeholder, and this will be Power Toggles, choose the toggles you want, and adjust the colours.

Then for all the next widgets, do the same that you did for the first one, and select the widgets in order, starting from 'Notif bar #2.'

Enjoy =)

PS: My transparent icons and folders will be added too, adjust them how you like
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