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Pulldown toggle mods for Eclipse 1.0/1.1 and 1.2

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8th October 2011, 05:46 PM   |  #1  
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Here are some minor modifications that I've made to the pulldown toggles for Eclipse 1.0 on my Droid X2. Just thought that I would share what I have. Just flash these in recovery.

Mod 1. Removed the screen rotation toggle.
I have no use for the rotation button and it annoyed me enough that I removed it.



Download: Eclipse_1.0_toggle_mod_no_rotation.zip

Mod 2. Removed the pulldown toggles completely. (If you're like that. I'm not. )



Download: Eclipse_1.0_no_pulldown_toggles

11/3/2011 - the mods for listed for 1.2-rc3 are confirmed to work well with the office 1.2 release.

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10th October 2011, 03:21 AM   |  #2  
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Awesome! I'm going to flash the first one in a few minutes. I don't need a rotation toggle either. I never use bluetooth either, but can't really think of anything I'd prefer to see in its place. Airplane mode, maybe.
11th October 2011, 06:23 AM   |  #3  
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Well, I finally got around to flashing this and it worked great. At least, it did til I flashed my custom theme from UOT, which reverted it back to the stock. Bummer, but I'd rather have my look.
11th October 2011, 12:44 PM   |  #4  
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Well, I finally got around to flashing this and it worked great. At least, it did til I flashed my custom theme from UOT, which reverted it back to the stock. Bummer, but I'd rather have my look.

lol I did the same thing last night. I made a theme on the UOT kitchen and the result was the same. I forgot to use the SystemUI.apk file from the zip to upload to the UOT kitchen.
So, if you use the SystemUI.apk from the zip file when you upload to UOT your theme will then have the toggles you want.

Another way would to use apkmanager to decompile your themed SystemUI.apk edit the xml file then recompile it. If you want to know how to do that let me know.

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12th October 2011, 04:56 AM   |  #5  
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Yikes, that sounds a little complicated lol. I think I'll just whip up another theme in UOT.

EDIT: rebuilt my theme, using the file from this zip. Works like a charm.
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29th October 2011, 06:46 AM   |  #6  
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Airplane Mode for Eclipse 1.2rc3
Finally had some time to myself tonight and started playing around with Eclipse 1.2-rc3. I made a few mods to the toggles.

I replaced the rotation toggle with airplane mode and changed the icons.



Eclipse_1.2_rc3_toggles_airplane_mode.zip

I missed the sound on/off toggle and luckily nitro still had the code in the SystemUI for that so I added it to the panel and removed the others that I don't use.



Eclipse_1.2_rc3_toggles_wifi_bt_gps_snd.zip

Here's the same as above with the flashlight added back in.



Eclipse_1.2_rc3_toggles_wifi_bt_gps_snd_flash.zip

I hope rc3 is the final. I'd hate to have to do these over again.
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29th October 2011, 07:05 AM   |  #7  
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How hard would it be to reverse the status bar on the ring/silent toggle? I'd much prefer the "on" position to be when my phone is set to silent. Since my phone is set to ring 90% of the time, it makes more sense to me to toggle silent on...
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How hard would it be to reverse the status bar on the ring/silent toggle? I'd much prefer the "on" position to be when my phone is set to silent. Since my phone is set to ring 90% of the time, it makes more sense to me to toggle silent on...

My phone is set to vibrate 90% of the time but I'm having fun fooling around with this so I could give it a try.

That shouldn't be too difficult. Which toggles would you want with it? I could put them in whatever order you want too.


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29th October 2011, 03:34 PM   |  #9  
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Awesome! My "dream" toggle setup would be (left to right): wifi, airplane, GPS, ringer.

I'm a simple guy lol
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Quote:
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Awesome! My "dream" toggle setup would be (left to right): wifi, airplane, GPS, ringer.

I'm a simple guy lol

Which icons do you want ? The ones from Eclipse or the ones pictured in the airplane mod?

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