In this guide I'll be showing you how to customize your homescreen to look at least a bit alike iOS 7. I know there are another guides or tuts with the same topic, and yes, I've also tried each of them, but I definitely haven't found one around this forum or even google that really fits. Please, do remember that I make this because I--myself--am a fan of iOS 7 UI and I thought it'll be cool if I (or any other people) can make it possible on my ACE 2. Now, let's get to the things you'll need.
Android Phone running 4.0+ Operating System (ICS and above)
Yes, other devices (other than Ace II) can use this guide. Different changes might be needed.
THINGS YOU'LL NEED:
Nova Launcher Prime: http://bit.ly/1fYSxfh (you need to purchase, but you install it outside PS, V2.3 or the latest version is VERY RECOMMENDED)
Flat Icons OS 7: http://bit.ly/1evcmXL (if you don't like it, you can search on PlayStore and DeviantART, there are many others)
Ios clock (it comes in one package with Flat Icons OS7)
Resize it so it'll look good on your homescreen
YOU'RE SET! If you do it right or had no problem while doing it. This will be the result.
Exclude the status-bar.
Oh, and a little information. I was currently working on a project and hopefully a custom ROM, but since I'm a newbie, I guess I won't do a free-jump as if I knew much about customizing a ROM. So I'll start with the SystemUI, which is one of the common parts that (from my point of view) people usually mod/customize. You'll know it when it's done. - DONE! With the help of @MR.Volkf in this thread.
If you like this guide, hit the THANKS button!
Galaxy Ace II (GT-I8160) White ROM: MaclawStudio's CyanogenMod 11 Build 20 OS: Android Kitkat 4.4.2 Tool: TickleMyAndroid (TMA)
Galaxy Infinite (SCH-I759) (CDMA/GSM) ROM: Stock ROM JB 4.1.2
If I have helped you, please hit the THANKS button!
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