Untill Kobzar will come back with official release of Real Xperia, I want to share with you some minor modifications for Real ICS r6. I just played with some .pngs, I did't create anything, so please (if you like this) don't press thanks to me, press thanks to the original developer.
What I did was:
1. I took framework-res.apk from Xperia Ultimate beta 11 from here http://d-h.st/Wva
(I found the link on some russian forum http://4pda.ru/forum/index.php?showtopic=352999&st=9640
), I resized some .pngs (which were hdpi size, but in drawable-mdpi folder) I changed some others, I changed toggle on-off butons, slider control buttons, window style, and some other minor .pngs. Because framework-res.apk from Xperia Ultimate beta 11 is capable of supporting Small Apps, I added those as well. So, to have small apps on Real ICS r6, you must first flash "Ultimate Framework Small Apps.zip "via CWM, reboot phone, then reboot again in CWM and flash "Small Apps.zip". That's it. (oh, and I recommend doing a clear dalvik cache in cwm - just in case...)
2. A modified version of Serajr SystemUI 7.1. Again, nothing fancy, just played with some .pngs. Original thread is here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1762162
. If you like this flash via CWM "Modified SystemUI 7.1 by Serajr.zip". And again, all thanks must go to Serajr, so please go to original thread and press thanks.
3. UxpNxtLockScreen Full White. I am damn tired of so much blue. So I made it full white (notification icons and text, unlock, etc). If you like this, flash "UxpNxtLockScreen Full White.zip" via CWM.
4. I changed the icons from Settings.apk with some others (used by Kobzar in a beta edition of Real ICS). To have it flash "Modified Settings.zip" via CWM.
That's all. Please make a backup first. I don't want you to say I ruined your roms. This way, if you don't like it you can go back to whatever you had before.
I really hope that none of the original developer will feel offended of what I did. If so, please a moderator remove my post.
Here are some pictures...