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[Root] Modify Any Rom with Gravity Box

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21st May 2014, 11:45 AM   |  #1  
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Installing Apps:

Setting Up Xposed Installer:
  1. Install Xposed Installer & Open It.
  2. Go to Framework and Select Install/Update.
  3. Reboot your phone.

Installing Gravity Box:
  1. Download Gravity Box App.
  2. Install as normal apk & activate its module using Xposed Installer.
  3. Reboot your phone again.

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#Screenshots in attachments
#Download links on second post


After reboot open Gravity Box and start adding tweaks.Some of the tweaks that you can add are:

1. Statusbar/Notification Bar Tweaks
Here you can change the look of statusbar and add some features like Slide over statusbar to adjust brightness, double tab statusbar to sleep.
In this section Battery Settings & Data traffic monitor didn't worked for me. But you can try it in your smartphone.

2. Navigation Bar
Switch On Master switch, tick on Enable navigation bar & Reboot your phone. You will get Softkeys enabled in your phone. You can change the dimensions, colors etc. too

3. Pie Controls
I don't know what it does. I enabled it but didn't see any effect. So i think this feature don't works in our core.

4. Transparency Management
Allows you to add transparency in statusbar and navigation bar . Works well

5. Power Tweaks
Allows you to enable/disable power menu on lock screen. And one of my favourite tweak of Advance Reboot menu

You can also enable charger plug-in/out sound.

6.Display Tweaks
Expanded desktop mode and button backlight notification works good.
Allow all rotations doesn't work.

# You can also add transparency to Volume panel in Media Tweaks.


There are some more tweaks too in GravityBox menu, you can try them and share results with us.

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21st May 2014, 11:49 AM   |  #2  
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Downlaod Xposed Installer: http://repo.xposed.info/module/de.ro...osed.installer

Read more about Gravity Box and Downlaod (XDA Forum Link):
http://forum.xda-developers.com/xpos...droid-t2316070

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Bro that advanced reboot menu is also not working properly bcoz recovery option is causing recovery loop

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Bro that advanced reboot menu is also not working properly bcoz recovery option is causing recovery loop

Always Press the THANKS button if helped......

boot loop in recovery? may be u r using older version of recovery..
try Philz touch recovery it never causes boot loops

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Advance reboot menu is working fine.
i tested it in my galaxy core
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boot loop in recovery? may be u r using older version of recovery..
try Philz touch recovery it never causes boot loops

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Advance reboot menu is working fine.
i tested it in my galaxy core

Okk bro it caused me bootloop in philz after using adv reboot menu maybe they have fixed it now

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Okk bro it caused me bootloop in philz after using adv reboot menu maybe they have fixed it now

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can u please tell me which version of Gravity box you downloaded from that link?
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3. Pie Controls
I don't know what it does. I enabled it but didn't see any effect. So i think this feature don't works in our core.

Pie control works, it depends on where you set it, if you put it on the bottom, slide from the most bottom part of the screen to the middle or just until the pie apears.
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Does Backlight as LED work..?? Its nt working for me bro.. I have installed the latest version of GB only..!

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