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I found this in the HTC One development.

Is this portable to our device?

Link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2690121
 
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I dont think because :
It is not the same screen relolution.
Not the same cheap set.
And this is samsung and this rom is for HTC ONE.
So it is not portnable.


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Hello Guys

I found this in the HTC One development.

Is this portable to our device?

Link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2690121
Yes it can be ported in the same way as we port xperia apps but it is difficult.
 
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Yes it can be ported in the same way as we port xperia apps but it is difficult.
Is there any thread of how to port system apps like TouchWiz?
 
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Is there any thread of how to port system apps like TouchWiz?
I think that you can find out that with "search".
 
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I think that you can find out that with "search".
Haha okay thanks

But, can you tell me your ways to decompile and recompile apks because the command prompt can decompile mine and i tried most of the tutorials but they are not working
 
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Haha okay thanks

But, can you tell me your ways to decompile and recompile apks because the command prompt can decompile mine and i tried most of the tutorials but they are not working
You need to follow whole guide. You need Java sdk, then you need to put its path to system path. You need newest apktool if you want to decompile KitKat app.

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You need to follow whole guide. You need Java sdk, then you need to put its path to system path. You need newest apktool if you want to decompile KitKat app.

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So if i wanted to customize my recent task manager (recent apps), what should i edit?
 
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So if i wanted to customize my recent task manager (recent apps), what should i edit?
You need to find what apk is for that. I do not know, you must research.

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