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[ROM][ICS] WeUI v2.0 (Updated: 8/2/2012) (MIUI4)

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26th April 2012, 08:48 PM |#1731  
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... To be fair, WeUI is a pretty common name as well.......


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26th April 2012, 08:53 PM |#1732  
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It is?

Common as in "not original". WeUI, MyUI, TheirUI, HisUI. I'm not bashing WeUI nor am I calling it unoriginal. I'm just saying that someone else can think of that name as well.
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Found an easy way to apply status bar themes. I use ES file explorer, browse to miui/themes and copy the theme you want to another location. I use /tmp. Then, change it from mtz to zip and extract. Go into the theme folder and copy com.android.systemui to data/system/theme. Do a hot reboot and you should have a themed status bar.

A bit more trouble than theme manager, but its working fine for me.

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Can anyone else confirm this works? I miss my statusbar mods D:
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Common as in "not original". WeUI, MyUI, TheirUI, HisUI. I'm not bashing WeUI nor am I calling it unoriginal. I'm just saying that someone else can think of that name as well.

Ah, thought you were saying there are ROM's all over the place with that name, lol.

Edit: I think it does look shady, although I appreciate your thought to get all of the facts before lynching someone.
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Looking at the other, there's definitely some custom graphics, but I personally dont think WeUI is a common name and the fact that he's at version 1 is just suspicious. If he used this one, give credit, that's all.

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Can anyone else confirm this works? I miss my statusbar mods D:

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26th April 2012, 09:04 PM |#1737  
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Looking at the other, there's definitely some custom graphics, but I personally dont think WeUI is a common name and the fact that he's at version 1 is just suspicious. If he used this one, give credit, that's all.

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It can look obscure all you want, but that alone does not prove anything in particular. We'll see what NightShack0 has to say about this. So far sgy.creed hasn't made any official statement, neither has NightShack0.

Edit: Besides, I don't think porting WeUI to the Galaxy Y is even feasible. WeUI is a mix of CM9 and MIUI ported from the Galaxy Nexus. The Galaxy Y doesn't officially support CM9 yet.
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It can look obscure all you want, but that alone does not prove anything in particular. We'll see what NightShack0 has to say about this. So far sgy.creed hasn't made any official statement, neither has NightShack0.

Edit: Besides, I don't think porting WeUI to the Galaxy Y is even feasible. WeUI is a mix of CM9 and MIUI ported from the Galaxy Nexus. The Galaxy Y doesn't officially support CM9 yet.

I agree, let me clear something up here, I'm not trying to be the lynch mob. I edited my response in the other thread. Was in a hurry a while ago and my responses were short.

Could be completely coincidental. I find it strange, but that's just me. I'm not the dev of either so it's not my business.
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Doesn't seem to be working for me.. Could be the themes that I'm using. I'll try a few more later when I get more time. In the meantime would you mind sharing the systemui you used?
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It might be later. Just got to a job site. I used golden v4. Not sure if that helps.

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To get themes working. Like I said earlier, find the theme you want to use and copy to a test folder somewhere. Rename the MTZ to a zip, and extract. You can manually copy and paste the com.android.systemui from the extracted folder to /data/system/theme. After a hot boot this will change your status bar.

For indicators and dock. The launch process has a different name now. In current theme files the dock and page indicators are in com.android.launcher. The newest version of MIUI has a different name. So, the easy way is from the same folder as above, rename com.android.launcher to com.miui.home. Then copy and paste to the same location.

The only issue I found with this is the dock. In older versions, the dock name was hotseat_background.png and in the new version it's hotseat_background.9.png. So, on my PC I made a folder called com.miui.home, then copied the contents of the orignal com.miui.home into it. I had to browse into com.miui.home/res/drawable-hdpi and I actually opened the original .png with draw9patch.bat and saved it as a .9.png.

Then I took the new com.miui.home and put it into a generic theme and was able to apply it with theme manager. The only thing I have found so far that doesn't work with theme manager is the Status Bar, you have to manually copy and paste. Everything else seems to work as long as the names are correct.

See attached for screenie and generic theme. I take no credit for theme, I got it from the MIUI screenshot thread, just dumped it into a new .mtz for testing, http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ostcount=18304
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