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[Q] 4.3 volume bar not appearing using triflat

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21st April 2014, 12:36 AM   |  #1  
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I have fixed the Xperia themes, but they still don't appear. The other thread on the forums just say to delete the themes, which isn't something I would like. BTW, I am against installing Gravity Box or similar Xposed modules.

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21st April 2014, 12:44 AM   |  #2  
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To fix the volume bar, all you have to do is go to system/vendor/overlay and delete every single file there. Not only will it fix the volume bar not appearing, it will also fix other problems with themes

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21st April 2014, 03:02 AM   |  #3  
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To fix the volume bar, all you have to do is go to system/vendor/overlay and delete every single file there. Not only will it fix the volume bar not appearing, it will also fix other problems with themes

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Thanks a lot, dude! I honestly thought you were saying something like "delete system/framework" and I thought of that ol' "delete system32" joke a while ago...
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Thanks a lot, dude! I honestly thought you were saying something like "delete system/framework" and I thought of that ol' "delete system32" joke a while ago...


Lol no bro, im not like that

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5th January 2015, 01:27 AM   |  #5  
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To fix the volume bar, all you have to do is go to system/vendor/overlay and delete every single file there. Not only will it fix the volume bar not appearing, it will also fix other problems with themes

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I can't find system/vendor/overlay
Can you help me please?
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I have fixed the Xperia themes, but they still don't appear. The other thread on the forums just say to delete the themes, which isn't something I would like. BTW, I am against installing Gravity Box or similar Xposed modules.

Thanks in advance!

in fact, you just need to delete android-res.apk, not every single files

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I can't find system/vendor/overlay
Can you help me please?

you can use root explorer, x-plore or any other file manager that support root, of course you need to root your phone first
5th January 2015, 03:35 AM   |  #7  
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in fact, you just need to delete android-res.apk, not every single files


you can use root explorer, x-plore or any other file manager that support root, of course you need to root your phone first

Thank you a lot, that's the answer I was looking for.
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u'r welcome
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