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Default customizing a rooted s3 after dreaded OTA 4.3

so, yes I'm an idiot. I was running cm 10.2 and it was being buggy do I flashed stock and started over, accidentally downloading 4.3 in the process. dammit.

so, I really liked the aosp look of cm, especially the notification bar, the lockscreen, etc.

can I customize the functionality of my s3 without flashing a custom rom or am I screwed?

also, Wtf can I do now that I'm rooted on 4.3? anything?

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so, yes I'm an idiot. I was running cm 10.2 and it was being buggy do I flashed stock and started over, accidentally downloading 4.3 in the process. dammit.

so, I really liked the aosp look of cm, especially the notification bar, the lockscreen, etc.

can I customize the functionality of my s3 without flashing a custom rom or am I screwed?

also, Wtf can I do now that I'm rooted on 4.3? anything?

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You probably want this
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2383484

Read carefully as you first have to install the xposed framework.
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and the xposed installer won't brick my device? what allows this to be installed safely while flashing a rom does not?

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and the xposed installer won't brick my device? what allows this to be installed safely while flashing a rom does not?

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Xposed is an app (well it's the framework). It does not require flashing anything in a custom recovery or unlocking of a bootloader, it simply lets you modify the appearance or behavior of the system or other apps. Conversely, flashing a rom on our S3 requires you to have an unlocked bootloader.
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this answers my question perfectly. thank you very much.

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this answers my question perfectly. thank you very much.

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No problem! I haven't used Wanam Xposed but I know it comes highly recommended for TW 4.3. I use Xposed (slightly different somehow) and there's a two step process of first installing Xposed and rebooting then installing a module that interests you then rebooting once again. It's a pretty fun utility and may be rather addicting!
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