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[Q] LMT Pie service + custom icon pack HELP

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Question [Q] LMT Pie service + custom icon pack HELP

I've searched and searched but have not found a solution to this problem.

First, a bit of background. I'm currently working on a ROOTED note 3 from Verizon, running the Alliance ROM (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2553357), with the NOVA launcher (https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...launcher&hl=en). I've enabled my LMT pie service (some info here for those new to PIE: http://ausdroid.net/2014/05/12/app-r...-pie-everyone/), and I'm loving it. I've downloaded the LUMOS icon pack (https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...me.lumos&hl=en) and installed to NOVA without a hitch.

Here's the problem: The LUMOS icons are installed perfectly in the app drawer of NOVA, but they still show the old icons on the PIE service. Now, I know I can setup a folder to call custom PIE icons, but I'm not sure how to gather the individual icons out of the LUMOS icon pack, because I'm a scrub. If I can get access to the individual icons, then I can put them into the proper folder so that it works with PIE. Anyone know how to do this? Or possibly of a better way to go about things?

Can post screenshots if needed, but I think you can get the gist of what I'm asking. THANKS!

Themed Icons:


PIE lmt service using old icons:


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Problem solved. Used this app to make all icons use the same theme/images:https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...onThemer&hl=en
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