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Default [L3] [Mod Mini CM9]Transparent Navbar&Statusbar

Since KITKAT is released everyone want to install it
But due to some reasons we dont have CM11
So I an presenting a MOD which will give your phone KITKAT look............



This mod can be used on other devices also...
Just push the system ui in system and add the following lines in build.prop

"##Navbar
qemu.hw.mainkeys=0"

Remove that "
If you are using the device having similar size to L3 then u have to resize navbar
So follow the given steps
Step1: Take framework-res.apk from the rom on which u are going to use this mod

Step2: Decompile it.

Step3: Navigate to res>values>dimens

Step4: Find navbar height & change the value from 48 to 36

Step5:Save,recompile & push in system.............


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MiniCM9? damn it! can you make it for CM9? looks really awesome. thanks btw

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good job, some people (including myself) are confused how to make status-bar being transparent in mini cm9
 
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is the navbar really necessary (due to l3 size)? is it just appeared on home screen? how do i remove the navbar?
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is the navbar really necessary (due to l3 size)? is it just appeared on home screen? how do i remove the navbar?
Delete the navar code in the end of build.prop

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anyone have problems with sistem UI? when i delete previous processes and accidentally tap twice times the screen, it suddenly crashes any solution?: Confused:
 
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anyone have problems with sistem UI? when i delete previous processes and accidentally tap twice times the screen, it suddenly crashes any solution?: Confused:
I have no problem for system UI . . I edit it and remove the navbar if you want try my edited . .

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