You have to go into your Windows folder with Total Commander or Resco Explorer then look for the LargeTitleBar.dll file and rename it to LargeTitleBar.dll.bak, then you can copy the new file into the Windows folder, soft reset and Bob's your uncle. You can then go and either delete the "largetitlebar.dll.bak" or you can copy it somewhere else for safe keeping as a backup. I would recommend keeping it safe, though :-D
This doesn't seem to work for me. As soon as I rename the old file to the .BAK extension another file without the .BAK extension appears. So I am unable to copy the new file to the window folder. Does anyone have a suggestion?
edit: never mind, I figured it out. It turns out that the sequence is important. You can't leave the windows folder when you have renamed the original DLL. So first copy the new DLL on your device in a folder other than Windows (e.g. My documents). Second, copy that file onto the clipboard. Third, navigate to the windows folder and rename the old file. Finally, paste the new file and remove the old file. Then reboot.