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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 ...
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Just install my App and click on "Enable Battery Percent". Then reboot. New version is in attachment (changed a few strings).
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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 ;)
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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...
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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...