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Dell 318/319/339 Gingerbread Notification Bar (Updated March 25)

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24th January 2011, 07:40 AM   |  #1  
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Disclaimer: I am not responsible for any harm done to your phone, proceed at your own risk. Tested personally on 319 and 339, tested by The Jack Of Clubs on 318.

318 users, please make a nandroid backup before flashing. 319/339 users since you cannot make a nandroid backup, please copy the framework-res.apk and services.odex files from /system/framework/ and store in a safe place (preferably on your computer).





Instructions on how to install.

1. 318 users made a nandroid backup. 319/339 users make a backup of your framework-res.apk and services.odex. This can be done several ways including...
a) Using root explorer navigate to /system/framework/ and copying framework-res.apk and services.odex to a safe location on your sdcard
b) using adb: in command prompt cd to the location of adb and type (without quotes) "adb pull /system/framework/framework-res.apk" then move this file to a safe location on your computer, repeat for services.odex.

2. Download the appropriate zip that is attached to this post and place it in the root of your sdcard

3. Boot your streak into recovery (either Clockwork or Streakmod)

4. Once into recovery flash the zip file and then reboot.

5. Your phone may take slightly longer to boot the first time.

If for some reason your phone hangs endlessly at the dell logo/boot animation or enters a boot loop then reboot back into recovery and either restore your backup or push the framework-res.apk and services.odex backups using adb.

(All icons taken from the framework-res.apk on a friend's t-mobile g2 running cm7 so all credit should really go to the cyanogenmod team and google)
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24th January 2011, 11:20 PM   |  #2  
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neat. you should get it working for 318. and if the clock worked, id prolly do it. and also get rid of the carrier text.
25th January 2011, 01:56 AM   |  #3  
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I think I have figured out the clock color. I will test when I get home later. If you or someone else with the 318 version want to copy your framework-res.apk from your /system/framework folder and attach it to this thread I could easily make this for the 318 version as well.

Sent from my Dell Streak Froyo v.319
25th January 2011, 06:52 AM   |  #4  
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db.tt/KEBcj3S there you go. im using the performance fix at http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=848487 not sure if that brings a modded framework.
25th January 2011, 08:04 AM   |  #5  
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I will have a look at that tomorrow night and see what I can do. Hopefully the 318 will be more kind when it comes to clock color!
25th January 2011, 05:09 PM   |  #6  
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Nice work thanks for this
25th January 2011, 05:28 PM   |  #7  
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A quick update. I have finally, after many google searches, found where to change the clock color. I should get that taken care of tonight as well as making this for everyone who runs 318 (thanks to The Jack of Clubs for sharing his framework files with me). I will also make update.zip's to make installation easier.

Look for an update late tonight if you are interested, around 1am Mountain Time or hopefully sooner depending on when I can get home from work.
26th January 2011, 06:38 AM   |  #8  
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Notification bar complete! zip's attached
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im getting stuck with the endless boot loop animation thing. i restored my backed up files.

heres what i have from 318 on my phone.
http://db.tt/KEBcj3S framework-res.apk
http://db.tt/1MfWTlm services.jar
http://db.tt/Y6gOliN services.odex
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In order to narrow down the problem will you try something for me?

if you extract the framework-res.apk from the 318 zip, put it in the same folder on your computer as adb and boot into recovery. Then open a command prompt to the folder containing adb and the .apk (on your computer) and type these commands, each line followed by enter:

adb shell
mount /system/
exit
adb push framework-res.apk /system/framework/

then reboot your phone.

that way I'll know if its the framework-res.apk or the services.odex that is causing the problem (my guess is that it's the framework-res that's the problem, which is an easier fix)

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