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[MOD][GUIDE][JB 4.1.2][MULTI-THREAD/NATIVE] Lockscreen Blur Effect/MULTITHREAD

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9th August 2014, 10:42 AM |#81  
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Hi, I want to modify a android.policy.jar file, because I would like to do the "new" lockscreen.
I copy .jar file to apktool folder and open the file with (7zip, winRAR) and no classes.dex file.

This is why?

I attached a screenshot and android.policy.jar file.

Thanks in advanced. Sorry for my English.

you must deoedex your firmware before..
search a deodexed zip of your firmware version
 
 
9th August 2014, 11:25 AM |#82  
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you must deoedex your firmware before..
search a deodexed zip of your firmware version

I have a stock firmware version (Hungarian Tmobile firmware) with root.
I download a stock fw and deodex.
Please, how to?
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This guide work on cm11???

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9th August 2014, 11:49 AM |#84  
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This guide work on cm11???

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CM11 is not 4.1.2, like it is written in title. And it needs TW framework, so it is for stock based JB 4.1.2.
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Hi, I only make a toggle on lockscreen.

I added a some lines in top:

.class public
const-string v0, "ro.harsh.blurlockscreen"

invoke-static {v0, v2}, Landroid/os/SystemProperties;->getBoolean(Ljava/lang/String;Z)Z

move-result v0

if-eqz v0, :cond_2

Lcom/android/internal/policy/impl/sec/WallpaperWidget;

And added 2-3 lines a bottom.

.end method
:cond_2
invoke-direct {p0}, Lcom/android/internal/policy/impl/sec/WallpaperWidget;->setLockScreenWallpaper()V

goto :goto_0


I follow this guide.
This is good?
6th December 2014, 03:48 PM |#86  
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Hi, will this work on a stock rom? How about a blur pull-down menu? I'm using galaxy star stock deodexed rom
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7th December 2014, 04:59 PM |#87  
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Hi, will this work on a stock rom? How about a blur pull-down menu? I'm using galaxy star stock deodexed rom

Yes, it is specifically made for stock 4.1.2 firmware based ROMs only. And about blurry pull down menu, I don't know how you can get that, but I do know how to make it semi or completely transparent (screenshot). You'll have to edit tw_status_bar_expanded.xml in (SystemUI.apk/res/layout).

Look for:
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android:id="@id/notification_panel" android:background="@drawable/notification_panel_bg"
Replace @drawable/notification_panel_bg with #xx000000. Now change "xx" to either 00 (for 100% transparency), 3f (for 75% transparency), 7f (for 50% transparency) or bf (for 25% transparency).

For more info, checkout this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2203166
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