This is a self-compiled kang of CM10.1 with cherry picks from CyanogenMod’s Gerrit Instance, most comparable to a CM nightly build. You need not apply if you’re not comfortable with testing out new and possibly broken features. All credit goes to cyanogen, #teamdouche and the coders who submit to Gerrit. Thank you to @RyanMacG for providing Euroskank hosting.
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Full disclosure: I do not own a Vibrant. I currently own a Nexus One, Nexus S, and LTE Galaxy Nexus. I run the exact same builds with the exact same cherry-picks as my daily driver in the corporate jungle. In other words.....I really need my phone to WORK!
Any way to change the MIUI battery bar color? Can't find it on the Interface settings for some reason.
MIUI battery mod was designed to read color from theme resource, but only Cyanbread and Androidian themes have been specifically modded to comply with this condition, as far as I am currently aware. Changing the stock theme to Androidian will change it to green.
The default color was originally piss yellow . It was eventually changed to match the stock green. I specifically change it to cyan, when I build, because I happen to use CyanbreadX, which does not natively comply with the mod, and I personally prefer that color to match CyanbreadX on my device. Until other themes are adapted to comply with the MIUI mod, the color selection will remain as is.
Unfortunately...I wouldn't hold my breath on themers adapting their themes to comply with the mod. It is highly unlikely to ever be merged into the official builds, especially given the shortened life expectancy of CM7 in general.
The real bitch of it happens to be that when the mod very first appeared, one could literally select a custom color, which was awesome. Alas, the dev opted to point it another direction.
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