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By swrght13, Senior Member on 28th January 2014, 11:39 PM
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I know of a method to get rid of the ugly white dialer interface on the Galaxy S4. Other carriers may have the dark interface. You can use apktool to edit the GUI of the dialer. I just can't do it efficiently. Using dialers from the play store is pointless. I wish there were some configurations or modified SecPhone.apk replacements for the original one. Of course it would be wise to keep a backup of the original. I'm so sick of this bright white dailer. It's such an eye sore.
 
 
29th January 2014, 01:13 AM |#2  
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I know of a method to get rid of the ugly white dialer interface on the Galaxy S4. Other carriers may have the dark interface. You can use apktool to edit the GUI of the dialer. I just can't do it efficiently. Using dialers from the play store is pointless. I wish there were some configurations or modified SecPhone.apk replacements for the original one. Of course it would be wise to keep a backup of the original. I'm so sick of this bright white dailer. It's such an eye sore.

Ummm..... not sure if u know but there r a few dialers out there. Not sure if ur into dark dialers. Just search the thread a lil. Not sure what carrier ur on

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29th January 2014, 03:33 AM |#3  
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My carrier is verizon

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Tablet: Samsung Galaxy Tab2 10.1
1st February 2014, 03:06 AM |#4  
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I know of a method to get rid of the ugly white dialer interface on the Galaxy S4. Other carriers may have the dark interface. You can use apktool to edit the GUI of the dialer. I just can't do it efficiently. Using dialers from the play store is pointless. I wish there were some configurations or modified SecPhone.apk replacements for the original one. Of course it would be wise to keep a backup of the original. I'm so sick of this bright white dailer. It's such an eye sore.

I agree the VZW stock phone is ugly. I use the jkruse's international stock dialer. I flashed Cobalt on top of it to give a nice effect to the dialer numbers.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2340255

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Thanks a lot! Flashed the .zip and worked perfectly!
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Thanks a lot! Flashed the .zip and worked perfectly!

Glad it helped. Happy dialing!

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dialer worked contacts crashed
i have Samsung galaxy s4 sprit running sacs custom rom android 4.4.2

any chance you could make it compatable?

i really hate the white dialer on my phone!
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