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Update iNexus Theme for Enomther`s-TheOfficial-N1v2.12.4 & CyanogenMod-6.0.0-N1 ROM

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11th October 2010, 08:41 PM   |  #1  
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Update iNexus Theme for Enomther`s-TheOfficial-N1v2.12.4 & CyanogenMod-6.0.0-N1 ROM


Full Theme (Flash in Recovery)


• Redesigned the tools section.
• Redesign of the icons displayed in the notification bar.
• Redesign of the notifications menu.
• Redesigned some icons.
• New animated backgrounds.
• Some app added.



iNexus Theme-v3 for Enomther`s-TheOfficial-N1v2.12.4

****** Installation Steps *******

1- Download the iNexus-Theme-v3-Enomther `s-TheOfficial-N1v2.12.4 and copy to your sdcard.

2- Reboot in recovery mode to install TheOfficial Nexus1 ROM - v2.12.4. Before installing wipe your configuration and ext partition if coming from another ROM/addon.

3- After installing the ROM Restart the phone and complete the configuration.

4- Reboot in recovery mode to install the theme iNexus-Theme-v3-Enomther `s-TheOfficial-N1v2.12.4.

5- Restore the colors of the notification bar (statusbar_colors.xml)

•The XML file is included in the updatezip and is automatically copied to the SD card. Should only be imported and restart the phone to Apply Changes.

•This is restored with “Spare Parts” in app menu / Options Status Bar / Status Bar Colors / Restore Colors. After Importing the xml file to Apply the color Change You Must restart the phone.

Download iNexus Theme-v3 for Enomther`s-TheOfficial-N1v2.12.4


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iNexus Theme-v4-CyanogenMod-6.0.0-N1

****** Installation Steps *******

1- Download the iNexus-Theme-v4-CyanMod-v6.0.0-N1 and copy to your sdcard.

2- Reboot in recovery mode to install CyanogenMod-6.0.0-N1 and Google Addon HDPI-20101008. Before installing wipe your configuration and ext partition if coming from another ROM/addon.

3- After installing the ROM Restart the phone and complete the configuration.

4- Reboot in recovery mode to install the theme iNexus-Theme-v4-CyanMod-v6.0.0-N1-signed.

5- Restore the colors of the notification bar (cmparts_ui.xml)

•The XML file is included in the updatezip and is automatically copied to the SD card. Should only be imported and restart the phone to Apply Changes.

•This is restored in Settings /CyanogeMod Settings/User Interface/Tweaks Extras - Import Colors From XML. After Importing the xml file to Apply the color Change You Must restart the phone.

Download iNexus Theme-v4-CyanogenMod-6.0.0-N1

Notes:

Many users have asked not to heavily customize the icons and keep the original icons of Android, changes in the icons now are very superficial, more natural and simple.


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16th October 2010, 06:55 PM   |  #2  
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Could you please send or upload the XML file? Spare parts didn't find it.

Using N1 and CM6.0. Everything else works finE.


EDIT: Never mind. It took about two minutes to manually change the notification colours. The theme, is awesome.
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Got it ported to my HD2. Absolutely Love it!
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this is the most beautiful theme I've seen till now. I use elelinux 2.1 (froyo) for htc Hero G2 GSM. I tried to convert it with themeporter. but it hang when it was doing the framework-res thing. can someone make this work on a htc hero G2 GSM?
This is my recovery.log
http://rapidshare.com/files/425583421/recovery.log
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I Have to install CyanogenMod to use this theme?or i can use my stock rom for this?
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Looks Great! Got it ported perfectly with Theme Porter for CM nightly. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by ablivian

this is the most beautiful theme I've seen till now. I use elelinux 2.1 (froyo) for htc Hero G2 GSM. I tried to convert it with themeporter. but it hang when it was doing the framework-res thing. can someone make this work on a htc hero G2 GSM?
This is my recovery.log
http://rapidshare.com/files/425583421/recovery.log

It might be because the Hero uses mdpi files and this theme uses hdpi files. Theme porter doesn't convert those. ??? I'm not 100% sure...but, that's what I'm thinkin'.
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I didn't see this in the Nexus forums...most of those guys don't check here often...
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I've been trying to find the name of the tasks widget being used in this theme. Anybody know what it's called?
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Originally Posted by SiNJiN76

It might be because the Hero uses mdpi files and this theme uses hdpi files. Theme porter doesn't convert those. ??? I'm not 100% sure...but, that's what I'm thinkin'.

Is there somebody who want to port this theme to a MDPI theme?
I would appreciate it very much.
If someone can explane me who to do it, or where i can find the information,... i will give it a try to port this to MDPI

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