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5th April 2014, 02:12 PM   |  #1  
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Hi can somebody help or guide me on how to change the icon of lte to 4g for the status bar?
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5th April 2014, 02:18 PM   |  #2  
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Could you shorten your post please? All the information is a bit overwhelming so it's hard to extract the exact issue or question...
5th April 2014, 03:07 PM   |  #3  
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Hi can somebody help or guide me on how to change the icon of lte to 4g for the status bar?

If you're running a deodexed rom you can manually replace the .png file in "SystemUI.apk" (located in /system/priv-app/) or "framework-res.apk" (located in /system/framework/). I'm not exactly sure which of these 2 files contains the .png file('s) you're looking for, so give it a shot!
5th April 2014, 03:15 PM   |  #4  
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If you're running a deodexed rom you can manually replace the .png file in "SystemUI.apk" (located in /system/priv-app/) or "framework-res.apk" (located in /system/framework/). I'm not exactly sure which of these 2 files contains the .png file('s) you're looking for, so give it a shot!

Tnx mate I do remember someone post by editing the build prop but then seems like I cannot find where it is.
5th April 2014, 03:19 PM   |  #5  
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Its not the build.prop

SystemUI.apk and framework-re.apk

SystemUI.apk is in system/app and framework-res.apk is in system/framework

You can pull them to your PC and then open them with WinRAR (Or similar) and find the .pngs which you can just change

They will be in the res folder.
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Its not the build.prop

SystemUI.apk and framework-re.apk

SystemUI.apk is in system/app and framework-res.apk is in system/framework

You can pull them to your PC and then open them with WinRAR (Or similar) and find the .pngs which you can just change

They will be in the res folder.

"system/priv-app" mate.
5th April 2014, 04:35 PM   |  #7  
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Flash this in recovery:
LTE ICON:
https://app.box.com/s/ms3pi2iuc67j64lco20n
4G ICON:
https://app.box.com/s/i4z7v8dekm67o2bnhc3j






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Originally Posted by gregbradley

Its not the build.prop

SystemUI.apk and framework-re.apk

SystemUI.apk is in system/app and framework-res.apk is in system/framework

You can pull them to your PC and then open them with WinRAR (Or similar) and find the .pngs which you can just change

They will be in the res folder.

If I pull them out to PC the apk, open them with WinRAR, find the .pngs which I will replace, save the replaced ones with WinRAR, put them back to system/app and system/framework, overwrite the original one (backup them first), reboot, it will work?

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