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How to do the background picture in the pull down bar? With out using a laptop as I don't have one. Or downloading a new ROM BC I like mine I'm using Click image for larger version

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How to do the background picture in the pull down bar? With out using a laptop as I don't have one. Or downloading a new ROM BC I like mine I'm using Attachment 2565000

install an app called Xposed Installer then install another app called Xblast tools( this has many tweaks you can do to your phone). go into xposed installer and install the xblast tools from there and reboot. once you rebooted go to Xblast tools and go into notification panel and click on Notification Panel Bg and install any pic you want and reboot..and voila..

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install an app called Xposed Installer then install another app called Xblast tools( this has many tweaks you can do to your phone). go into xposed installer and install the xblast tools from there and reboot. once you rebooted go to Xblast tools and go into notification panel and click on Notification Panel Bg and install any pic you want and reboot..and voila..

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Np. Glad I could help. Let me know if u got any other questions ill try and help out or point u to the right place if I can!
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Np. Glad I could help. Let me know if u got any other questions ill try and help out or point u to the right place if I can!

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Np. Glad I could help. Let me know if u got any other questions ill try and help out or point u to the right place if I can!

Dang this didn't work on my ROM
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Dang this didn't work on my ROM

What rom? You installed xposed installer opened it clicked on framework and installed then rebooted installed xblast or gravitybox then opened xposed installer clicked modules and put a check next to the module then rebooted? If you did all that it should work.

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What rom? You installed xposed installer opened it clicked on framework and installed then rebooted installed xblast or gravitybox then opened xposed installer clicked modules and put a check next to the module then rebooted? If you did all that it should work.

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Yeah what he said ^^^^..
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What rom? You installed xposed installer opened it clicked on framework and installed then rebooted installed xblast or gravitybox then opened xposed installer clicked modules and put a check next to the module then rebooted? If you did all that it should work.

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Yep I did all that didn't work everything else did but the picture for back ground. I have ROM 4.1.2 reds I don't have a laptop to go to 4.2.2 to fix the WiFi networks issue

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