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Q.How To Make Rom Transparent Rom Like Hyperion 8 GM??

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15th April 2014, 04:18 PM   |  #11  
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yes, decompile framework-res.apk
go to res values color.xml
search Background (in bottom line)
replace code with #00000000 . . . .

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yap exactly..plx teach me bro..how to do it..or else u post guide..
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I wanna make my background semi-transparent.
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I wanna make my background semi-transparent.

#00000000 is full transparnt
#3F000000 is 70%
#7F000000 is 50%

btr to use 50/70% transparency it looks cool...
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#00000000 is full transparnt
#3F000000 is 70%
#7F000000 is 50%

btr to use 50/70% transparency it looks cool...

What i ve to do for this, now i'm using stock dxll.
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[quote name="Himan Boro" post=52222486]#00000000 is full transparnt<br />
#3F000000 is 70%<br />
#7F000000 is 50%<br />
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btr to use 50/70% transparency it looks cool...

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What i ve to do for this, now i'm using stock dxll.[/QUOTE]
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