Activate Xposed G-Touchwiz in the Xposed Framework "Modules" section
Open Xposed G-Touchwiz
- Change options as you desire
Do a (soft)reboot
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Hi, Gertlily! I'm actually looking to find a way to change my touchwiz ui and I found yours on play store so I was so excited to try it out but unfortunately it doesn't seem to work on my phone. I know I followed every instructions right to points so maybe I just had the wrong app installed or maybe there's something more I should have tweeked on my phone to get it to work. I am using a rooted gt-n7105.
I was really hoping to change my ui to look like that of the new models samsung's been releasing. Pretty much just like the screenshots you have. But if this is not the app that's suppose to do that can you please help on my sitch? Really hoping to hear from you soon. Thanks.
Almost forgot to mention but I'm really new at these stuff so please take it easy on me. Thanks.
Last edited by bananapeeler; 25th January 2016 at 03:55 PM.
I've made this app to hide the 'S Finder' and 'Quick Connect' buttons from the notification drawer on the Galaxy S5 and other Galaxy S5 based ROMs (Eg. Note 2, Galaxy S4)! See attached screenshots for proof.
Soon I also will release the source of the application but for now I first want to create a settings UI and add more options to change, the code is to messy to release right now..
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