Just install my App and click on "Enable Battery Percent". Then reboot. You can uninstall the App afterwards. The setting will remain :)
On Android KitKat, you can only see the battery percent text, if the battery is empty enough. (White text on ...
Just install my App and click on "Enable Battery Percent". Then reboot.
New version is in attachment (changed a few strings).
FYI: when I click on your pictures it force closes my XDA app.
Well, you should send a bug report to the creator of that XDA app ;)
I deodexed the Mms.apk from my Nexus 4 (Android 4.3) and put it on my N7 LTE. Worked perfectly. If you also want to use the original JB Mms.apk, here are the steps:
1. boot into a custom recovery
2. mount your /system partition
3. adb push "p...
If you want to root, you have to unlock the bootloader first (as said before):
> fastboot oem unlock
After that, you can boot a custom recovery (not flash, the normal recovery will be back again after a restart)
> fastboot boot
And when the rec...