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Changing status bar icons

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6th March 2012, 03:03 PM |#21  
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Does Metamorph or Ninjamorph work on the Rezound? That would be an easier route I would think, rather than using a PC.
 
 
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Got the icons changed thanks to slot of help from Mike d and Mr Smith. Thanks again. But good lord, the only one I can't get working is the color on the status bar clock. I decompiled, added in the color string to the XML, recompiled and signed but the color just will not take. I tried close to twenty times.
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Got the icons changed thanks to slot of help from Mike d and Mr Smith. Thanks again. But good lord, the only one I can't get working is the color on the status bar clock. I decompiled, added in the color string to the XML, recompiled and signed but the color just will not take. I tried close to twenty times.

The clock color is in the smali files.
8th March 2012, 09:11 PM |#24  
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The clock color is in the smali files.

Nope its in res/layout/status_bar.xml

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8th March 2012, 09:52 PM |#25  
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I got it working. Thanks again to those who helped
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Yes you need to open the SystemUI.apk file from your ROM with a tool like 7zip or WinRar(do not extract the apk just open to look around for the pics). Find the icons you want to change(usually located in drawable-hdpi or drawable-xhdpi) drag them to your desktop, edit them, then drag them back into the correct location using one of the programs above... hopefully that makes sense

So once you make the changes, you just "reflash" the ROM?
9th March 2012, 11:52 PM |#27  
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So once you make the changes, you just "reflash" the ROM?

If you know how to put them in a flashable zip do that... There's a thread on here that has an empty flashable zip file if you need one

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10th March 2012, 01:02 AM |#28  
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You could also push the file back via ADB.
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You could also push the file back via ADB.

Yeah thats what i do... but hearing that he thinks he needs to relash the rom i figured he doesn't have ADB set-up
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Yeah thats what i do... but hearing that he thinks he needs to relash the rom i figured he doesn't have ADB set-up

Thanks guys! I just downloaded the flash zip template from MrSmith and am going to give that a shot. I have always wanted to be able to do that but could never figure it out. I do have ADB setup but I'm only familiar with the real basics and following directions posted in other forums.

I really appreciate your help and thankful for the opportunity to keep learning. I try to them about everything, but am using Ninjamorph which is time consuming (well, more redundant), but ......

I used Ninjamorph to try and theme Gmail on Scott's ICS 3.6 ROM and it didn't work. I was able to theme the systemui.
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Thanks guys! I just downloaded the flash zip template from MrSmith and am going to give that a shot. I have always wanted to be able to do that but could never figure it out. I do have ADB setup but I'm only familiar with the real basics and following directions posted in other forums.

I really appreciate your help and thankful for the opportunity to keep learning. I try to them about everything, but am using Ninjamorph which is time consuming (well, more redundant), but ......

I used Ninjamorph to try and theme Gmail on Scott's ICS 3.6 ROM and it didn't work. I was able to theme the systemui.

adb remount
adb shell stop
adb push systemui.apk system/app
adb reboot



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