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28th June 2014, 06:53 PM   |  #1  
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Kitkat 4.4 Icons - For developers & Users
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Android 4.4 changes the way you add new home screen panels and stuff them full of widgets. In earlier versions of Android, it was easy to add a home screen panel and put stuff on it if you wanted to. This same task takes a few more steps in KitKat. The first step requires you to press-and-hold on the home screen. (In Android 4.3, this would only allow you to change wallpapers.) The press-and-hold gesture now brings up a brand new user interface that includes small representations of your existing home screens, plus the tools to change the wallpaper or add widgets. Changing wallpapers is simple enough, as is adding widgets. It took me a while to figure out, though, that the only way to add a new home screen panel is to select a widget and drag it beyond the last home screen panel. It's completely unintuitive and I only discovered how to do it by accident. Some of the widgets are adjustable in size, and others are not. There are animations that let you know which is which as you move the widgets about and adjust them on your home screen panels.



The Android home screen panels offer a far higher degree of customization than is possible on devices running iOS and Windows Phone. iOS only lets you put apps on your home screens, and Windows Phone doesn't let you use folders. The ability to put apps, folders, and widgets pretty much anywhere on Android home screen panels - as well as add/delete home screen panels at will - lets users really make the device their own. This is one of Android's key strengths. Widgets are also a big differentiator. Though not everyone uses them, they come in all shapes, sizes, and varieties, and can be quite useful for gleaning information from your home screens or creating a living, breathing experience.



Thus kitkat icons are very cool .... It's awesome
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3rd July 2014, 04:10 AM   |  #2  
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Kitkat 4.4 Icons - For developers & Users
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Android 4.4 changes the way you add new home screen panels and stuff them full of widgets. In earlier versions of Android, it was easy to add a home screen panel and put stuff on it if you wanted to. This same task takes a few more steps in KitKat. The first step requires you to press-and-hold on the home screen. (In Android 4.3, this would only allow you to change wallpapers.) The press-and-hold gesture now brings up a brand new user interface that includes small representations of your existing home screens, plus the tools to change the wallpaper or add widgets. Changing wallpapers is simple enough, as is adding widgets. It took me a while to figure out, though, that the only way to add a new home screen panel is to select a widget and drag it beyond the last home screen panel. It's completely unintuitive and I only discovered how to do it by accident. Some of the widgets are adjustable in size, and others are not. There are animations that let you know which is which as you move the widgets about and adjust them on your home screen panels.



The Android home screen panels offer a far higher degree of customization than is possible on devices running iOS and Windows Phone. iOS only lets you put apps on your home screens, and Windows Phone doesn't let you use folders. The ability to put apps, folders, and widgets pretty much anywhere on Android home screen panels - as well as add/delete home screen panels at will - lets users really make the device their own. This is one of Android's key strengths. Widgets are also a big differentiator. Though not everyone uses them, they come in all shapes, sizes, and varieties, and can be quite useful for gleaning information from your home screens or creating a living, breathing experience.



Thus kitkat icons are very cool .... It's awesome
Download it from attachment .... It'll be arranged in folders



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How to install........should i flash in cwm?

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12th November 2014, 05:00 PM   |  #4  
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Sorry ... seb i dont know how to create an install package for android .... Bu thnks for reply .... if wanted go check that in play store ... the link is given below :
https://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&rc...79189006,d.c2E
14th November 2014, 05:37 PM   |  #5  
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What is the Calender/Calender Widget you are using?
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