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I've seen a few screen shots of people's notification panel and right below the clear button, it looks as though people have icons to launch applications from there. I've checked settings, Xposed, and wanam and I can't figure out how they did it? Thanks...

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I think I found my own answer, I believe it is specific to @sac23 rom!

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I've seen a few screen shots of people's notification panel and right below the clear button, it looks as though people have icons to launch applications from there. I've checked settings, Xposed, and wanam and I can't figure out how they did it? Thanks...

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It's called 3minit Quick Settings, it's in the Apps section I believe and yes Sac has it in his rom. But with some work it can be added to any rom.

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It's called 3minit Quick Settings, it's in the Apps section I believe and yes Sac has it in his rom. But with some work it can be added to any rom.
Yea I downloaded the app from the store and it froze up my phone, I think I need to get the framework for it, I tried to find it but all I found was for the s4.

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Yeah it has it's own framework just like 3minit Settings...here you go http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2650117

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Yeah it has it's own framework just like 3minit Settings...here you go http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2650117
Thanks bro, I've never decompiled but I can read up on it.. Never hurts to learn. Thanks

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Thanks bro, I've never decompiled but I can read up on it.. Never hurts to learn. Thanks

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No problem

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