I´ve written it from scratch, using great lidroid code, so a lot of thanks to him!! And also studying not less great draco_ag, like_p and Till-Kruspe code, so thanks them too!!!
I have made some tweaks (see Changelog, second post):
A very big special thanks to my friend havocgb for his testings and codes!!
Main Status Bar:
Notifications Tab View:
Full 23 JB Inspired Toggles Tab View:
Sliders Controls Tab View:
Applications Grid or List Tab View:
Fully Functional Recent Applications Tab View:
Status Bar and Status Bar Expanded Preferences Screen, Created from Scratch by Me:
Built-In Quick Panel Settings Preferences Screen, Created from Scratch by Me:
Xperia T Small App Ready (if framework ready too):
Instructions for manual installation on Xperia ICS firmware MDPI devices:
TRY IT AT YOUR OWN RISK !!
UNINSTALL ANY PREVIOUSLY INSTALLED QuickPanelSettings.apk BEFORE CONTINUING !!
1 - Download attached v10.1_Serajr_SystemUI.apk and put it on your sdcard
1.1 - Rename it to SystemUI.apk
2 - Download attached v10.1_Serajr_SystemUIPreferences.apk and put it on your sdcard
2.1 - Rename it to SystemUIPreferences.apk
3 - Using Root Explorer copy both files to /system/ (mount /system as R/W)
4 - Change both files permissions to rw-r--r--, see img:
5 - Long press on SystemUIPreferences.apk and select Move
5.1 - Paste SystemUIPreferences.apk on /system/app/ (replace if asked)
6 - Long press on SystemUI.apk and select Move
6.1 - Paste SystemUI.apk on /system/app/ (replace if asked)
7 - Reboot you phone!!
Or simple download v10.1_Serajr_Flashable.zip to your SD card root and flash it on recovery!!!
Custom Background Images Replacer:
1 - Download attached (Custom_Background_Images_Replacer.zip) and put it on your sdcard
2 - Open it with 7-Zip (or another .zip manager)
3 - Go to folder \serajr\system\app\SystemUI.apk\res\drawable-mdpi\
4 - Replace the 4 image files by your own custom png files (keep same name and pixel size)
5 - Ok, now flash it on CWM Recovery. A backup folder with original SystemUI.apk will be created in your sdcard (serajr-backup), delete it if you want
- You tell me
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