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[GUIDE][4.0/ICS/CM9][HDPI] Re-Layout Recents Apps UI+Animation Text

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15th September 2014, 07:13 PM   |  #11  
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No, a lot of the functions changed their syntax.
I tried half-ass porting it, but as I have no XML or android knowledge I would probably need to sit tons of hours to try and figure this out.


same here even i tried it.
i'm trying to figure it out though!! if i get it working would let you know!
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oh!i think it's possible to work in jb4.3,gotta sit later in my thinkchair
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oh!i think it's possible to work in jb4.3,gotta sit later in my thinkchair

can we use same method for miui v5
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