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I'm wondering whether anyone succeeded in changing the battery indication of the ONE X in one with percentage indication.
I read that UOT kitchen would already be able to process ICS files but I received an error message (SHIFT) and the files were not delivered.

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Ok due to too many replies ;) I built it myself with the apktool. Who is interested in having the cycle percentage battery indicator on the stock ONE X rom (1.26.401.2) can overwrite the /system/app/SystemUI.apk with the one I attached to this post.

The style of the cycle percentage is the same as the one form ROMeOS Rom. I took the png's from there.
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hyperlink doesnt work. just dowloading 1kB
 
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Silly question: do I need to be unlocked, rooted, etc?

I wouldn' want to void warranty untill I'm sure the not-so-impressive battery life and small bugs are not due to hardware failure.

Edit: missread the post, sorry...

Can't overwrite if I'm not rooted... Duh!

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Link should work on regular PC. Don't know why IT doesn't work with the xda app.
Yes tel. has to be rooted and a backup is recomended before messing with system Files.

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Link should work on regular PC. Don't know why IT doesn't work with the xda app.
Yes tel. has to be rooted and a backup is recomended before messing with system Files.

Cheers

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Doesn't work on my PC also. Neither in firefox nor in chrome . Says downloading 5xx bytes.
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Why not just use the application from Play called Battery Percentage? Then you can slide down the notification window and it shows you how many percent you've got left.
It also has in-built temperature sensor.
 
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Leedroid tweaks will do it nicely.

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Hi,

I'm wondering whether anyone succeeded in changing the battery indication of the ONE X in one with percentage indication.
I read that UOT kitchen would already be able to process ICS files but I received an error message (SHIFT) and the files were not delivered.

Someone a hint?
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Ok, I exchanged the SystemUI.apk in the second post. Now it is wrapped by a zip and it works. It is no update.zip, though. You have to extract the SystemUI.apk and exchange it with the one in /system/app/. Afterwards you have to restart you phone if you haven't been in recovery anyway.

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Hello together,

is there any way to exchange the regular battery icon in the task bar with a battery percentage symbol witout rooting the One X?

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