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JB stock center clock,circle battery,more reboot options... (Update)

9th September 2013, 03:43 PM   |  #1  
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Hi to all

Iīm currently running Jelly Bean 982.124.14.XT910.Retail.en.AU IMPROVED LIGHT http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2396234

Iīm very satisfied with this rom,everything is working,good battery life...

But,itīs still a stock and it doesnīt have as most of AOSP based roms a center clock,circle battery mod,button to clear all recent tasks etc...

I guess that most of you knows how to do this but I want to make it easy and to put all the links in one place for those who doesnīt.

I want to thank all those who have made this possible: rovo89,FemBlack,kmokhtar79 and the others

Here is the XposedInstaller
Here is the collection of Xposed Modules
Here is the XblastTools,with it you can do the most of the things
Here is the GravityBox
Here is the collection of battery icons

I also want to contribute to this community,itīs not much but maybe someone might like it

I made a skin for UCCW that resembles the original Motorola circles



It doesnīt have all the functions as the original,ofcourse,but it has 3 hotspots:

Tap on the clock-launches alarm
Tap on the weather-updates weather
Tap on the battery-launches battery stats

Just rename the "Circles.zip" into "Circles.uzip",copy the file to the sdcard and open it with UCCW.
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9th September 2013, 11:15 PM   |  #2  
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Very cool!
23rd September 2013, 04:28 AM   |  #3  
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Would otherwise not be at Xposed?
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Would otherwise not be at Xposed?

Sorry,I don't understand your question?

Sent from my Razr XT910
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Would otherwise not be at Xposed?

Has some way of letting the clock centralized editing the SystemUI? I have a Razr D3 JB 4.1.2, already tested some guide and it seems nothing works que in JB. Sorry for my english.
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Has some way of letting the clock centralized editing the SystemUI? I have a Razr D3 JB 4.1.2, already tested some guide and it seems nothing works que in JB. Sorry for my english.

I think thatīs possible but I donīt have enough knowledge to do that...
But with this,itīs easy and working
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I found out that GravityBox offers less options than XBlast Tools but is more polished. It gave me some options which I missed from CyanogenMod.
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23rd September 2013, 05:09 PM   |  #8  
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I found out that GravityBox offers less options than XBlast Tools but is more polished. It gave me some options which I missed from CyanogenMod.

Not bad,but I donīt have the option for the Quick Setting tiles,do you?
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Not bad,but I donīt have the option for the Quick Setting tiles,do you?

The quick settings tiles are only present on Android 4.2 and 4.3.
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The quick settings tiles are only present on Android 4.2 and 4.3.

I know that,I tought that 4.2 and 4.3 already have those and with this mod would be possible to have them on 4.1.2...
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