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I sincerely hate the Sony modded SystemUI. It is ugly and lacks the possibility to press and hold the quick setting buttons to get into the corresponding settings menu.

is it possible to use the JB SystemUI simply by replacing it?

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I sincerely hate the Sony modded SystemUI. It is ugly and lacks the possibility to press and hold the quick setting buttons to get into the corresponding settings menu.

is it possible to use the JB SystemUI simply by replacing it?

Thank you
Got it myself... I installed Xposed and the modules GravityBox and Xperia Flip Settings. It did the trick. Now it looks - and works beautyfully Stock-Android-alike.

Additionally, the Enable Car Dock module did the last bit on making this phone perfect. Now, Car Dock can override the home button.
 
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Got it myself... I installed Xposed and the modules GravityBox and Xperia Flip Settings. It did the trick. Now it looks - and works beautyfully Stock-Android-alike.

Additionally, the Enable Car Dock module did the last bit on making this phone perfect. Now, Car Dock can override the home button.
how to do that?
 
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how to do that?
First: Root your device using the guide: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2634196

Then install the Xperia Xposed Installer: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=6846

Then install the modules "Xperia Flip Settings", "GravityBox" - and if you want CarHome to work correctly: "Enable Car Dock". Activate the framework and the mentioned modules in Xposed. Reboot.

Now, you can set up the tool bar to be like AOSP.
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