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Hey, just wondering if there are any apps that would allow me to only change the color of the notification bar without rooting the phone. Thanks everyone!
 
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this post has the same question, hope you can find your answer here:
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I don't think it is possible as you won't be able to update the files required on your phone. Sorry =o(
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this post has the same question, hope you can find your answer here:
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hehehe it's a endless loop....
 
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hehehe it's a endless loop....
lol, got it after the third time
 
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Hey, just wondering if there are any apps that would allow me to only change the color of the notification bar without rooting the phone. Thanks everyone!
Yes I can Sir.. I could put it to odin mode...

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