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[MOD] Windy Weather Live Wallpaper w/ No Watermark

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By Waffle265, Junior Member on 4th September 2012, 06:40 AM
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7th September 2012, 05:45 PM |#11  
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i have a verizon S3....if I try to install it fails...

Hmmm... Also make sure when you're overwriting the old one that it sticks. You can do this by looking at the date last modified in your file manager. If it says anything but the current date and time then it did not overwrite it. If that's the case make sure your file manager has SU and root privileges and it is mounted in read and write mode. Once I get a flash working this should be much easier, but it does nothing but fail in TWRP when I try to flash the one I have put together.
 
 
7th September 2012, 05:49 PM |#12  
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ok thanks for working on it....but see thats the prob...there wasn't one there originally. maybe the rom i am on had it removed...but either way it should show up after moving it to that folder under live wallpapers right?
7th September 2012, 06:03 PM |#13  
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The key is to make sure that WeatherWall.apk is your /system/app directory. Normally you should be overwriting an old .apk. Like you said though maybe you're rom doesn't use it so may not work. As far as I know it 100% works with Touchwiz on ICS. Someone said it did work with an AOSP based rom, but I'm not sure if this was ICS or JB.
7th September 2012, 06:11 PM |#14  
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The key is to make sure that WeatherWall.apk is your /system/app directory. Normally you should be overwriting an old .apk. Like you said though maybe you're rom doesn't use it so may not work. As far as I know it 100% works with Touchwiz on ICS. Someone said it did work with an AOSP based rom, but I'm not sure if this was ICS or JB.

okay, yea im running AOKP JB and it's def in that file so maybe an issue with JB...
9th September 2012, 04:53 AM |#15  
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Updated first post with flashable version and screenshots!
10th September 2012, 05:04 AM |#16  
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Updated first post with flashable version and screenshots!

Thanks man worked fantastic on synergy with Darkhorse theme! Your hard work is appreciated!!
10th September 2012, 03:20 PM |#17  
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Possible for a version with no wm at all?
12th September 2012, 04:39 PM |#18  
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Possible for a version with no wm at all?

Unfortunately, I believe that the city name watermark is coded into the live wallpaper, so unless I had the non compiled version I can't do anything to remove it.
15th September 2012, 01:09 AM |#19  
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I am a lil apprehensive having to ask someone this bc it is a lil embarrassing but I went to system/app and was going to backup the windy weather app but it isn't in there....?? Help? Thank u

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23rd September 2012, 07:53 PM |#20  
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This is sick. It worked flawlessly on my Tmobile S3.

Would removing the city watermark also be possible?
2nd October 2012, 02:32 PM |#21  
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Code:
10-02 08:36:18.470  2838  2838 I ActivityThread: Pub com.google.android.apps.plus.content.EsProvider: com.google.android.apps.plus.content.EsProvider
10-02 08:36:18.470   729   808 E android.os.Debug: !@Dumpstate > dumpstate -k -t -z -d -o /data/log/dumpstate_app_error
10-02 08:36:18.470  2787  2805 E AndroidRuntime: FATAL EXCEPTION: GLThread 264
10-02 08:36:18.470  2787  2805 E AndroidRuntime: java.lang.RuntimeException: native typeface cannot be made
10-02 08:36:18.470  2787  2805 E AndroidRuntime:        at android.graphics.Typeface.<init>(Typeface.java:247)
10-02 08:36:18.470  2787  2805 E AndroidRuntime:        at android.graphics.Typeface.createFromFile(Typeface.java:241)
10-02 08:36:18.470  2787  2805 E AndroidRuntime:        at com.sec.ccl.csp.app.secretwallpaper.themetwo.InfoTextView.setTextFont(InfoTextView.java:63)
10-02 08:36:18.470  2787  2805 E AndroidRuntime:        at com.sec.ccl.csp.app.secretwallpaper.themetwo.SecretWallpaperService$CSPRenderer.loadCityName(SecretWallpaperService.java:2671)
10-02 08:36:18.470  2787  2805 E AndroidRuntime:        at com.sec.ccl.csp.app.secretwallpaper.themetwo.SecretWallpaperService$CSPRenderer.loadImages(SecretWallpaperService.java:2645)
10-02 08:36:18.470  2787  2805 E AndroidRuntime:        at com.sec.ccl.csp.app.secretwallpaper.themetwo.SecretWallpaperService$CSPRenderer.onDrawFrame(SecretWallpaperService.java:2749)
10-02 08:36:18.470  2787  2805 E AndroidRuntime:        at com.sec.ccl.csp.app.secretwallpaper.themetwo.GLThread.guardedRun(GLWallpaperService.java:746)
10-02 08:36:18.470  2787  2805 E AndroidRuntime:        at com.sec.ccl.csp.app.secretwallpaper.themetwo.GLThread.run(GLWallpaperService.java:585)
This is on the leaked Sprint JB rom - any idea how to figure out what font it's after?[COLOR="Silver"]

---------- Post added at 09:32 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:43 AM ----------

Got it. DroidSans.ttf and DroidSans-Bold.ttf aren't actually fonts in the new JB leak, they're just a textfile with the real font name in them. I replaced them with the 4.0.4 versions and rebooted and I have my windmill back.

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$ ls -l DroidSans.ttf
-rw-rw-r-- 1 0 0 18 2098-01-23 04:08 DroidSans.ttf
$ cat DroidSans.ttf 
Roboto-Regular.ttf
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