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lol, not the solution I was thinking.

So, on ECLIPSE, I did figure out how get it to ignore the battery images (without having to change them to black or transparent) but the blank space is still there where the battery was. Still trying to figure it out though.
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lol, not the solution I was thinking.

So, on ECLIPSE, I did figure out how get it to ignore the battery images (without having to change them to black or transparent) but the blank space is still there where the battery was. Still trying to figure it out though.
Well get on it lol ash would love you forever if u figure it out and throw in a center clock lol

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App and do it yourself instructions here: [APP] or [MOD] Battery Bar for All ROMs - Updated 22/1/12Thread Tools:

Found this on XDA. I am on Eclipse 2.0.4 and its working great...check it out!
You can edit out your stock battery if you like through the UOT Kitchen easily.


Line is at the top of the image its fully customizable in size and color!
Cute line...lol, thank you for the post. It is nice seeing battery in games and such

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Cute line...lol, thank you for the post. It is nice seeing battery in games and such

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If u go.into settings/cyanogen settings/interface/status bar/ u can get rid of the stick battery icon too...if u didn't know

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Btw... this is awesome!!

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Here's how to completely remove the battery icons on eclipse:

To remove the battery icon from the status bar completely you need to edit the smali code in SystemUI.apk.
Here's my status bar on Eclipse 2.0.4 now:


Decompile SystemUI.apk using apktool, apkmanager, ets. whatever you like.

Then open up \smali\com\android\systemui\statusbar\policy\Statu sBarPolicy.smali

Go to line 4658 and replace this:

Code:
    invoke-virtual {v4, v5, v0, v1}, Landroid/app/StatusBarManager;->setIcon(Ljava/lang/String;II)V
with this:

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    invoke-virtual {v4, v5, v6}, Landroid/app/StatusBarManager;->setIconVisibility(Ljava/lang/String;Z)V
But if don't want to go though all of that you can take this classes.dex and insert it into your SystemUI.apk using 7zip or winrar. The flash it in or push with adb or whatever method you use.

Here's the classes.dex file. It came from Eclipse 2.0.4 but will probably work with 2.0.3 (probably older version too).

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Wow thanks guys!

I had this on my last CM7 build from Jbird and now im using PhantomGamers and he didnt keep all the mods Jbird added but fixed alot of stability issues.

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This is beyond me. Got frustrated and gave up at step 1. Anyone have an idiot proof version of instructions?

What is my system ui and where is the apk located?

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