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Default [Request] Power Saver Icon Hide

Can someone make a Recovery Flashable zip that removes the power saver icon from the status bar?

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If you use the xposed module and the sense six alpha tool box you can hide it. All though I would like just the zip

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Can I use xposed on the at&t stock rom? I'm rooted and running twrp, but that's it

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I use android tuner for the start up manager. And when I select battery manager app not to run on start up and reboot the icon does not show and the app still works. I'm sure boot manager for xposed would have same effect.

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Can I use xposed on the at&t stock rom? I'm rooted and running twrp, but that's it

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yes you can use Xposed on AT&T stock rom, as long as your on Delvit and not running ART

i used the alpha sense 6 toolkit to hide the icon along with some other icons
you can also use Notify clean to hide the icons
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yes you can use Xposed on AT&T stock rom, as long as your on Delvit and not running ART



i used the alpha sense 6 toolkit to hide the icon along with some other icons

you can also use Notify clean to hide the icons

Were you able to get all of the icons to change theme? Only the status bar worked on my phone.....
 
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Were you able to get all of the icons to change theme? Only the status bar worked on my phone.....
change theme??? or hide??


i was able to hide almost every icon, even was able to hide the battery and clock icon
 
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change theme??? or hide??


i was able to hide almost every icon, even was able to hide the battery and clock icon
Change theme?

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Change theme?

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what do you mean all icons to change them?? like add a different icon pack to the phone???
 
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what do you mean all icons to change them?? like add a different icon pack to the phone???
The theme that comes with the toolbox. I set all my icons to change to that theme but only the signal bars change. I'm asking if all your icons change to the alternate theme.

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