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[MOD][Xposed]Xperia S Tweaks for JellyBean 4.1.2

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Default [MOD][Xposed]Xperia S Tweaks for JellyBean 4.1.2

Can remove the status bar toggles and change the home screen (launcher) grid size from 4x4 to 4x5 on Sony Xperia S with JellyBean stock rom.
By default only the toggles are removed.
The launcher grid can be resized in the settings.

For Screenshots see the discussion thread.

After enabling the module, changes to settings can be applied instantly, if you grant root access, but this is not necessary.

This might also work on other Xperia devices on 4.1.2.
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Xperia P (by Miltos95)
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Removes the status bar toggles on Sony Xperia S with JellyBean stock rom.
Just enable the module, reboot and the toggles are gone.



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Could you add this thread to the Xposed Modules Collection?
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Removes the status bar toggles on Sony Xperia S with JellyBean stock rom.
Just enable the module, reboot and the toggles are gone.



@GermainZ
Could you add this thread to the Xposed Modules Collection?
Thanks for this mod!

Also, it works on Xperia M C1905 in 4.3. But SystemUI force close and restart on boot, and also when orientation is changed.
I know it is not for this phone, but if you could add support for this phone, it would be nice!
 
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Works like it should on the Xperia P (stock 4.1.2).
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Thanks for this mod!

Also, it works on Xperia M C1905 in 4.3. But SystemUI force close and restart on boot, and also when orientation is changed.
I know it is not for this phone, but if you could add support for this phone, it would be nice!
Sorry, this mod is just for 4.1.2. There are other mods targeting the newer Xperia Devices.
Anyway, I thought the newer roms allowed to edit the status bar toggles in the system settings.
Can't you just disable them all?

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Works like it should on the Xperia P (stock 4.1.2).
Nice to know, thanks for the feedback!
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Talking I love it so much!

Really, really, thank you very much for doing the work for this device has been obsolete: (
Waiting with many desire, more work or contributions, Thanks a lot
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