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Default [Q][Request] Maclaw CM11 Build05 iOS7 Statusbar?

Hy there, I would like to get right to the point here, as what I wrote in the subject... Is there anyone who can help me mod my systemUI.apk similar with the iOS7? If you guys are referring to MR.Volkf's MinimalCat statusbar, I already am using it ATM, BUT there is a slight changing I'd like to make...

I would like to have it more like the iOS7 statusbar (on the left are: signal - carrier name - wifi signal; on the center is clock; on the right are battery icon and some other stuff like the silent icon and alarm icon)

I've tried decompiling my own systemUI.apk but it fails everytime I try to recompile it, but the one MR.Volkf made in his awesome MinimalCat statusbar is working beautifully on my phone (SGA2) but as I say, I would like to move a few things somewhere else.

Again if anyone would help me modding my systemUI, let me know... Sorry if I posted this in the wrong section, I'm new to XDA and this is my first thread

Oh, btw, I'm using a customROM: Maclaw CM11 Build05 (4.4.2)

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Hy there, I would like to get right to the point here, as what I wrote in the subject... Is there anyone who can help me mod my systemUI.apk similar with the iOS7? If you guys are referring to MR.Volkf's MinimalCat statusbar, I already am using it ATM, BUT there is a slight changing I'd like to make...

I would like to have it more like the iOS7 statusbar (on the left are: signal - carrier name - wifi signal; on the center is clock; on the right are battery icon and some other stuff like the silent icon and alarm icon)

I've tried decompiling my own systemUI.apk but it fails everytime I try to recompile it, but the one MR.Volkf made in his awesome MinimalCat statusbar is working beautifully on my phone (SGA2) but as I say, I would like to move a few things somewhere else.

Again if anyone would help me modding my systemUI, let me know... Sorry if I posted this in the wrong section, I'm new to XDA and this is my first thread

Oh, btw, I'm using a customROM: Maclaw CM11 Build05 (4.4.2)

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if you want iOS7 statusbar, buy yourself an iPhone... <_<
 
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if you want iOS7 statusbar, buy yourself an iPhone... <_<
lol xD

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Hy there, I would like to get right to the point here, as what I wrote in the subject... Is there anyone who can help me mod my systemUI.apk similar with the iOS7? If you guys are referring to MR.Volkf's MinimalCat statusbar, I already am using it ATM, BUT there is a slight changing I'd like to make...

I would like to have it more like the iOS7 statusbar (on the left are: signal - carrier name - wifi signal; on the center is clock; on the right are battery icon and some other stuff like the silent icon and alarm icon)

I've tried decompiling my own systemUI.apk but it fails everytime I try to recompile it, but the one MR.Volkf made in his awesome MinimalCat statusbar is working beautifully on my phone (SGA2) but as I say, I would like to move a few things somewhere else.

Again if anyone would help me modding my systemUI, let me know... Sorry if I posted this in the wrong section, I'm new to XDA and this is my first thread

Oh, btw, I'm using a customROM: Maclaw CM11 Build05 (4.4.2)

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if you want iOS7 statusbar, buy yourself an iPhone... <_<
Thanks for the tip but I wont even start this thread if I can buy myself an expensive iPhone, but thanks for the respond

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port joyOS yourself xD
JoyOS? Havent heard of that but I'll go search for it. Thanks

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Try to search mod fpr S3 and port it of You can

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Try to search mod fpr S3 and port it of You can

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I'm still a newbie and porting seems to be a big task for me. I'll try editing my stockROM SystemUI for now. Thanks for the suggestion

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