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[Help] Themes not applying porpely (with fix applied)

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By Kir3, Senior Member on 27th April 2014, 05:11 PM
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2nd May 2014, 04:56 PM |#21  
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You also need xposed framework and serajr xposed module to work.

Bro you quoted the wrong guy because I was telling Kaml.Sarao Not asking and I didn't have to install xposed installer or framework or module to use the Xperia themes, just the runtimeskin.zip and clearing overlay contents did the job for me..

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2nd May 2014, 06:52 PM |#22  
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Bro you quoted the wrong guy because I was telling Kaml.Sarao Not asking and I didn't have to install xposed installer or framework or module to use the Xperia themes, just the runtimeskin.zip and clearing overlay contents did the job for me..

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Yea but, if you want nav buttons to be themed you also need the xposed framework besides runtimeskin.
He has TriFlat theme but the nav buttons are stock ones.
3rd May 2014, 03:21 AM |#23  
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Yea but, if you want nav buttons to be themed you also need the xposed framework besides runtimeskin.
He has TriFlat theme but the nav buttons are stock ones.

Bro are you even reading my posts, I am saying that themes are working fine on my phone and that means the nav bar too and I didn't have to install the xposed installer or framework for that and that's what I am telling the other guy.

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3rd May 2014, 01:48 PM |#24  
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Bro are you even reading my posts, I am saying that themes are working fine on my phone and that means the nav bar too and I didn't have to install the xposed installer or framework for that and that's what I am telling the other guy.

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Ok then, but as I said in the 1st post it was not working for me.
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