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Default [HOW-TO] No music controls in notification bar for GB

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This is how to remove the music controls in the notification bar if you deleted the LG music player and installed another one instead:

1. Get your SystemUI.apk from your ROM

2. Decompile it.

3. Open /res/Layout/indi_music_control_bar.xml

4. Change at the end of the second line


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android:layout_height="77.32999dip"
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android:layout_height="0.0dip"
5. Compile it

6. Replace the old SystemUI.apk and reboot.
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can you send me the edited SystemUI.apk for Gingerbread, I can not get to work apk tools on my computer
 
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Has something changed in Gingerbread? Because in Froyo, I just launch the Music app, press Menu, tap Settings and uncheck the option that says Show notification, that's all. Works as charm.
By the way, how come you guys have stock Optimus 3D Gingerbread? Mine with Froyo says there are no updates available.
 
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Has something changed in Gingerbread? Because in Froyo, I just launch the Music app, press Menu, tap Settings and uncheck the option that says Show notification, that's all. Works as charm.
By the way, how come you guys have stock Optimus 3D Gingerbread? Mine with Froyo says there are no updates available.
If you delete the LG music app, the controls are still there, even if you disabled them in the app before uninstalling. Is you device a branded one?
 
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If you delete the LG music app, the controls are still there, even if you disabled them in the app before uninstalling. Is you device a branded one?
same result with no brand
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If you delete the LG music app, the controls are still there, even if you disabled them in the app before uninstalling. Is you device a branded one?
I did not delete the app, I have it in the phone, I just don't use it. I simply unchecked the setting and the controls are no longer there.
Since I got the device from a carrier, I am not 100% sure if it is not branded (I did not compare the ROM version), but:
a) It is not that usual in our country to sell branded devices
b) There is no carrier logo on the front or back cover
c) There is no carrier logo in boot animation
d) There are no custom carrier-specific apps
So I tend to believe it is not branded.
 
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I did not delete the app, I have it in the phone, I just don't use it. I simply unchecked the setting and the controls are no longer there.
This thread is just for people who use another music app and deleted the LG music app what is necessary not get get issues with lockscreen Music controls


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Since I got the device from a carrier, I am not 100% sure if it is not branded (I did not compare the ROM version), but:
a) It is not that usual in our country to sell branded devices
b) There is no carrier logo on the front or back cover
c) There is no carrier logo in boot animation
d) There are no custom carrier-specific apps
So I tend to believe it is not branded.
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same result with no brand
Did you try LGMobile Updater tool on your PC?
 
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Oh man! this is a really old stuff, y do this on my themes for this device a year ago.

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This thread is just for people who use another music app and deleted the LG music app
Oh, well then.

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