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[APP][XPOSED][Touchwiz] Wanam Xposed | Tweak stock Touchwiz on Note 3!

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26th October 2013, 05:47 PM   |  #1  
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Hello, everyone! I have seen this mentioned in a few of the posts here in this community but no one had posted it as a thread.

Just wanted to post this here in case you might be interested in tweaking stock Touchwiz without needing a custom recovery (which we do not have yet). I have confirmed a lot of these tweaks work (mostly the theme tab)...some of the tweaks I did not have a use for so I did not test. Please test at your own risk and report back if something does not work for you! Neither Wanam or I are responsible for any issues you may run into...use at your own risk! Have fun!

Important Links:
Wanam Xposed on XDA
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2383484

Wanam Xposed on Google Play
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...m.xposed&hl=en

Xposed Framework
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1574401

Wanam Xposed Feature List
- Call Recording
- 4 Ways Reboot (Reboot, Recovery, Hotboot, Download)
- Secured Samsung keyboard
- Full Color/Transparency control for Status Bar and Notification Panel
- Flashlight trough volume button UP
- Skip Music with Volume buttons
- Save Call Logs View
- Unlimited and Customizable Multi-View support
- Bypass Exchange Lock check
- Enable Keyboard Symbols
- Enable Hangouts Calls trough cellular
- Long Home key behavior
- Long Back key to kill App (+ white list)
- Disable increasing ringtone
- Messaging Tweaks (raise limitations)
- Disable Scrolling cache
- Enable Full rotations
- White Circle Battery
- Enable Camera on Call
- Removed Camera permission
- Transparent Notifications panel
- Customize Clock format and size
- Customize Battery text helper size
- Customize Quick Settings buttons number per row
- White themed Quick Settings buttons
- Collapse Quick Settings after toggle
- 2 line formatted date on the panel header
- Dark themed Multi-Window
- Force disable Camera shutter (+Screen Capture)
- Disable Boot sound
- Customize Two line date header format
- White/Black Email App background
- Transparent Quick Settings buttons background
- Default hidden SMS logs
- Add Call button to Logs and Contacts list
- Disable Accounts icons on Contacts list
- Custimize Wifi AP Clients number
- Disable Launcher page rotation
- Add Exit button to browser
- SMS Automatic input mode
- Disable Call number formatting
- And much more

How to install:
- Make sure you have a working Root access
- Download Xposed Installer, Run it and install Xposed framework then Reboot your device
- Open Xposed Installer, activate Wanam Xposed then Reboot you device
- Enjoy!

Why Wanam need's these Permissions:
- Flashlight: use the hidden Torch settings
- SuperUser: Reboot/Fast Reboot device
- Internet: Ads to support my work
- EXPAND_STATUS_BAR: Notification panel customizations
- WRITE EXTERNAL STORAGE: Save/Restore Backupsm.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1574401

***Posted with permission from Wanam***
Last edited by tropazr; 26th October 2013 at 05:52 PM.
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27th October 2013, 04:29 AM   |  #2  
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You have my thanks and $10. Loving this multitweak monster on my N3.
27th October 2013, 05:10 AM   |  #3  
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You have my thanks and $10. Loving this multitweak monster on my N3.

Yes! Please donate to Wanam! With this module there is zero need for a custom ROM. So amazing!
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27th October 2013, 06:27 AM   |  #4  
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I think I did something wrong because when I changed the colors on the notifications they didn't change

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27th October 2013, 04:43 PM   |  #5  
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I think I did something wrong because when I changed the colors on the notifications they didn't change

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There should be a button in the top left you have to enable. Once that's enabled it should show up for you.
27th October 2013, 06:24 PM   |  #6  
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I have mine rooted but the last time I did this and rebooted (I installed the framework and wanum) it crashed touch wiz upon reboot and I was Sol.

Any instructions on how anyone installed this without the crash?

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I think I did something wrong because when I changed the colors on the notifications they didn't change

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Yeah I got it going I kept liking thru the threads and saw a screen write where someone was showing what you needed to do, I never noticed the button before I guess because I am used to 3minit on my GS4 you don't have to do that but thanks for the help

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Yeah I got it going I kept liking thru the threads and saw a screen write where someone was showing what you needed to do, I never noticed the button before I guess because I am used to 3minit on my GS4 you don't have to do that but thanks for the help

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No problem man!

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27th October 2013, 08:07 PM   |  #9  
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I have mine rooted but the last time I did this and rebooted (I installed the framework and wanum) it crashed touch wiz upon reboot and I was Sol.

Any instructions on how anyone installed this without the crash?

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I installed the framework and rebooted. Then downloaded Wanam thru the Play Store and enabled the module in Xposed and then rebooted. Then I went in and made my changes in Wanam and rebooted again. Lots of rebooting LOL but I had no errors at all.

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I installed the framework and rebooted. Then downloaded Wanam thru the Play Store and enabled the module in Xposed and then rebooted. Then I went in and made my changes in Wanam and rebooted again. Lots of rebooting LOL but I had no errors at all.

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Thanks tropazr . That worked for me. I did a clean reboot before starting this process just in case. Now I'm able to play with a lot of settings! It's like a custom rom a la carte!!

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