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11th September 2010, 04:31 PM   |  #1  
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11th September 2010, 04:53 PM   |  #4  
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I must be missing something..but how do i get to the com/android/server/status?
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Originally Posted by backdown

I must be missing something..but how do i get to the com/android/server/status?

This reference assumes that you already know how to recompile a framework file using smali/baksmali.
12th September 2010, 08:15 AM   |  #6  
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You're my hero for this, steel.

Just saying.

This is something that has driven me straight up the wall. Having so many useless icons means that when I finally do get some notifications, they get pushed right off the edge. I really can only seem to fit ~4 notifications most of the time before I get the arrow.
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Well I've got the necessary lines changed to take out the location icons... Now to repackage it. Thanks for this!
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Uh... I've never signed a .jar before. Anyone???


EDIT: I attached the services.jar I edited. It has to be signed for the phone to even boot up. Hopefully someone can sign this.
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This is hot... I like it a lot. I have been looking for something like this for quiet awhile. Now to read up on smali/baksmali. I know how to edit a .jar file but there are "files" within that file.... Great... But I have to learn at least one thing a day right. If anyone has insight for me feel free to enlighten us but google search will suffice for now.
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Originally Posted by webby_s

This is hot... I like it a lot. I have been looking for something like this for quiet awhile. Now to read up on smali/baksmali. I know how to edit a .jar file but there are "files" within that file.... Great... But I have to learn at least one thing a day right. If anyone has insight for me feel free to enlighten us but google search will suffice for now.

Start here: http://code.google.com/p/smali/.

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