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Since installing a custom kitkat AOSP ROM on my Sprint LG Optimus G, the colors on the LED for charging and notifications are different. For instance, charging is no longer a flashing red, but a flashing lime green. Is there any way to change this other than by using apps? They never work as they simply stop after waking the phone or they glitch out during the flashing.

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Since installing a custom kitkat AOSP ROM on my Sprint LG Optimus G, the colors on the LED for charging and notifications are different. For instance, charging is no longer a flashing red, but a flashing lime green. Is there any way to change this other than by using apps? They never work as they simply stop after waking the phone or they glitch out during the flashing.

All help would be appreciated!

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Edit systemui.apk and theme it as your wish

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Since installing a custom kitkat AOSP ROM on my Sprint LG Optimus G, the colors on the LED for charging and notifications are different. For instance, charging is no longer a flashing red, but a flashing lime green. Is there any way to change this other than by using apps? They never work as they simply stop after waking the phone or they glitch out during the flashing.

All help would be appreciated!

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Thanks for the info! Would you mind explaining how I'd go about that?

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Thanks for the info! Would you mind explaining how I'd go about that?

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Decompile it and edit the pngs of battery and recompile it
Make sure that the pngs have same resolution

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The PHYSICAL LED COLOR, not the battery icon.

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