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17th May 2014, 06:45 AM |#51  
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@cmlx, search or read 4(four) posts above yours and you will find the answer.

Thank you, I see. It looks like I must decompile apk to replace with an icon which I like. I hate to say that, but there are so many beautiful icons in this thread, then finally I got the worst asymmetric one, which looks weird with other icons in launcher.
 
 
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Thank you, I see. It looks like I must decompile apk to replace with an icon which I like. I hate to say that, but there are so many beautiful icons in this thread, then finally I got the worst asymmetric one, which looks weird with other icons in launcher.

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19th May 2014, 03:11 AM |#53  
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I know you've already chosen the icon and you're probably not looking to get a new one, but I just wanted to submit one I made earlier today.

It's a pretty simple icon, but it follows the Android design guidelines better than the one chosen. Not only that, but I feel my icon is more symbolic. The red piece that's being added to the rest of the icon symbolizes how the xposed framework completes Android (green) and implements modules that branch out to different areas of Android.



Any feedback and suggestions would be appreciated!
*also, this is just a rough draft. If the developer would like, I could continue working on it
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Sorry, it doesn't really meet my taste...


As I'm not planning to change the logo again anytime soon, I close this thread.
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