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6th March 2011, 03:13 PM   |  #1  
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Transparent Market 2.3.4

Adb push to /system/app/Vending.apk
Make sure you delete the com.android.vending-1.apk in /data/app/com.android.vending-1.apk
You can also flash this if you put it in a flashable zip compatable with your clockwork; just take a zip folder you previously downloaded and delete the app or apps that are in the app folder of the zip and copy the Vending. apk to it and flash.

Here's a link to a buddy o' mine's thread, that has Black transparent facebook, gingerbread keyboards, and such.
The name's Fernando, all his stuff is compatable with the epic you just can't use his flash script, but you can have your own made, or do like I say in post #13
[UPDATE 3/5/11) 2.3.4.1transparent Gmail markets_transparent facebook_ more
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Transparent gmail 2.3.4.1
Gmail.apk
Install like the market in the first post
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6th March 2011, 03:27 PM   |  #3  
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Your my hero, lol, thanks for bringing this to the epic forum. .. also you gmail link is the vending.apk, as soon as that's fixed ill be set.

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Works for the ACS Full or Standard Rom. Download and copy the file to the zip folder under /system/app. Copy to SDcard and install, will replace the apk already in the rom.
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Awesome!! The market looks so cool. Please fix the link for gmail apk. I can't wait to see that one too. Thank you so much for these

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6th March 2011, 11:07 PM   |  #6  
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7th March 2011, 05:41 AM   |  #7  
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Less Transparent, Inverted Gmail.apk
Hey Deciple -- I've been using a slightly less transparent version of the new Gmail and wanted to share. It makes visibility a little bit easier in the mail screen:

Installation is the same as above: goes in system/app/Gmail.apk

I'm pretty sure the opaqueness (or opacity) in this apk is controlled by a transparentish png.

But here's some screencaps of the Gmail apk you posted versus this more opaque version (on my setup).
Credit goes to the folks at Inversion Conversion on Droidforums, not me.



I think we should have a Transparent/Inverted apps section too, cuz they look soo much better than the stock.
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7th March 2011, 05:57 AM   |  #8  
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Is there any way to do this with root explorer? Or any chance someone could put these in a zip or a little more instruction of what the op was talking about...adding to a previously flashed zip? Sorry to be such a noob, but I deleted both and can't figure out how to get them back

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Originally Posted by lilmikeyv

Is there any way to do this with root explorer? Or any chance someone could put these in a zip or a little more instruction of what the op was talking about...adding to a previously flashed zip? Sorry to be such a noob, but I deleted both and can't figure out how to get them back

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Ya - you can do it with Root Explorer.
With the Gmail.apk: download it, save to sdcard.
Open Root Explorer, navigate to sdcard

Long-click Gmail.apk, Copy.
back out to root folder, go to system, then app
(this is what I do.. just to create a backup)
Find existing Gmail.apk, rename to Gmail.bak

Paste the new Gmail.apk in that folder.
Find it, Long click, select Permissions
Under "Read" Check all 3, under "Write", Check ONLY user, under "Execute" uncheck all of them.
4 boxes checked, total. So it reads: rw-r--r--

Then exit, reboot if you want, and you should be set.
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7th March 2011, 06:29 AM   |  #10  
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Originally Posted by decalex

Ya - you can do it with Root Explorer.
With the Gmail.apk: download it, save to sdcard.
Open Root Explorer, navigate to sdcard

Long-click Gmail.apk, Copy.
back out to root folder, go to system, then app
(this is what I do.. just to create a backup)
Find existing Gmail.apk, rename to Gmail.bak

Paste the new Gmail.apk in that folder.
Find it, Long click, select Permissions
Under "Read" Check all 3, under "Write", Check ONLY user, under "Execute" uncheck all of them.
4 boxes checked, total. So it reads: rw-r--r--

Then exit, reboot if you want, and you should be set.

Thank you, thank you, thank you...now I see why u guys who help us out always preach BACKUP...seriously, thanks for the help!

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