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Bundled with Gravitybox. I want this as a separate module, I cannot run Gravitybox on my device (correct me if I'm wrong, I'm on Touchwiz 4.1.2). This is such a basic want, yet I cannot find any leads.
@C3C076 Help?

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21st May 2014, 06:28 AM |#2  
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There are two different versions of GravityBox: one for KitKat and one for all Jelly Bean versions. So yeah, you can run it on your device, but you will (obviously) need root and Xposed Framework.

Here's the GravityBox thread:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2316070

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Originally Posted by GXGOW

There are two different versions of GravityBox: one for KitKat and one for all Jelly Bean versions. So yeah, you can run it on your device, but you will (obviously) need root and Xposed Framework.

Here's the GravityBox thread:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2316070

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The OP states that Touchwiz is not supported.

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The OP states that Touchwiz is not supported.

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Oh yeah, I forgot about that.

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Many features in GravityBox is not supported on TouchWiz, but that doesn't mean that all of them will not work. You could try and see if it works or not on your device.

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Many features in GravityBox is not supported on TouchWiz, but that doesn't mean that all of them will not work. You could try and see if it works or not on your device.

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Do I risk bootlooping the device?

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Nop. I have used GravityBox on Galaxy S4 and it didn't bootlooped. And even if it happens, you could always go to recovery and disable all modules from xposed

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Reviving this :)
I have TouchWiz phone too , and I would like the brightness statusbar sliding option from GravityBox ,
GB does work on my phone and that option works too , but I don't want any of the other options of GB ,,
the problem with GB is it drains my battery insanely fast , and I have only 1300mAh
Please can someone extract this option into a separate module , or guide me how to do it and I would
thanks all
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