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14th May 2014, 12:34 PM |#11  
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Sorry, your themes only work for rooted devices... Installed on non-rooted XZ stock latest 4.3, statusbar icons in standard color and only wallpapers changed... But wallpapers look very great...

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did it not only change wallpaper??

I guess you're right
It looks really nice, though


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Since when is there a little tapatalk watermark in the bottom right corner?

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I like your themes, however is there a way to use your own nav bar buttons? That is to say, install your theme, but keep my nav bar as is?
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I like your themes, however is there a way to use your own nav bar buttons? That is to say, install your theme, but keep my nav bar as is?

Just decompile the com.android.systemui.zip (rename the zip to apk)
You can find it after decompile it then go to assets folder

Then get the original Nav Bar images from SystemUI.apk and replace them in the com.android.systemui

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Just decompile the com.android.systemui.zip (rename the zip to apk)
You can find it after decompile it then go to assets folder

Then get the original Nav Bar images from SystemUI.apk and replace them in the com.android.systemui

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worked like a charm,
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