[MOD][MM] N-style SystemUI v3 (Update 01/05)

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nreuge

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  • Apr 22, 2013
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    This is a systemUI modded to look like the one of android N

    Instructions:

    - first, do a backup via recovery
    - download the attached systemUI_N_vx_FWyyy.apk according to your firmware (latest .185) (for Z5 dual, go to 2nd post),
    - copy the apk on your device in system\priv-app
    - rename it SystemUI.apk and apply the permissions rw-r--r--
    - move it to system\priv-app\SystemUI and delete the oat folder if there is any,
    - reboot and enjoy :D

    Updates:
    - v3 (01/05): add thin spaces between notifications
    - v2 (26/04): fixed the incompletely deodexed systemUI.apk, you can now delete the oat folder safely, this update is required

    Credits:
    - @Lars124 for his tutorial which partially helped me


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    • SystemUI_N_v2_FW185.apk
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    • SystemUI_N_v3_FW185.apk
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    nreuge

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    For Z5 dual:

    - download the attached systemUI_N_vx_Z5dual_FWyyy.apk according to your firmware (latest .185),
    - copy the apk on your device in system\priv-app
    - rename it SystemUI.apk and apply the permissions rw-r--r--
    - move it to system\priv-app\SystemUI (ant do not delete the oat foldersince this SystemUI is odexed),
    - reboot and enjoy :D
     

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    Pakman123

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    This is a systemUI modded to look like the one of android N

    Instructions:

    - first, do a backup via recovery
    - download the attached systemUI_N_vx_FWyyy.apk according to your firmware (latest .185),
    - copy the apk on your device in system\priv-app
    - rename it SystemUI.apk and apply the permissions rw-r--r--
    - move it to system\priv-app\SystemUI and delete the oat or arm folder if there is any,
    - reboot and enjoy :D

    Credits:
    - @Lars124 for his tutorial which partially helped me


    Working on z5c too thanks
     

    Pakman123

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    @nreuge i have finally fixed the gap between the signal and battery icons :D

    all you have to do is change the dpi of

    <dimen name="fake_shadow_size">8.0dip</dimen>
    <dimen name="signal_cluster_battery_padding">8.0dip</dimen>
    <dimen name="no_signal_cluster_battery_padding">3.0dip</dimen>

    to

    <dimen name="fake_shadow_size">0.0dip</dimen>
    <dimen name="signal_cluster_battery_padding">0.0dip</dimen>
    <dimen name="no_signal_cluster_battery_padding">0.0dip</dimen>


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    JTdevAndroid

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    Thanks a lot nreuge it is working on my Z5 Compact also!
    I modified the apk to give it an iOS style to the statusbar here are some screenshot:
    (note: the background blur comes from an xposed module, the changes are only in the statusbar layout)
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    xLCjWUz.jpg

    sXFfmuN.png
    URDvMff.png

    If you don't have anything against it i can upload the file.
    Here is the apk: (follow the instruction in OP but keep the oat arm folder thanks @nreuge)

    View attachment SystemUI_iOSN_v1_FW185.apk

    Deodexed V2 version coming soon.



    cut...
    - move it to system\priv-app\SystemUI and delete the oat or arm folder if there is any
    cut...

    I think is way more safe to keep the oat or arm folder.
    Your modified apk is odexed, i mean it doesn't contain any java in it.
    Before thaking the screenshot i wanted to set english language and the screen started flash and SystemUI crashed.
    I resolved by copyng back the oat/arm folder with the odexed java resources back.
     
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    nreuge

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    Thanks a lot nreuge it is working on my Z5 Compact also!
    I modified the apk to give it an iOS style to the statusbar here are some screenshot:
    7Xl3mNK.png
    xLCjWUz.jpg

    sXFfmuN.png
    URDvMff.png


    If you don't have anything against it i can upload the file. .

    Yes, you can upload it.

    I think is way more safe to keep the oat or arm folder.
    Your modified apk is odexed, i mean it doesn't contain any java in it.
    Before thaking the screenshot i wanted to set english language and the screen started flash and SystemUI crashed.
    I resolved by copyng back the oat/arm folder with the odexed java resources back.

    You're right, I thought my systemUI was deodexed but actually it misses something in it...
    I will update my mod tomorrow.
     
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      This is a systemUI modded to look like the one of android N

      Instructions:

      - first, do a backup via recovery
      - download the attached systemUI_N_vx_FWyyy.apk according to your firmware (latest .185) (for Z5 dual, go to 2nd post),
      - copy the apk on your device in system\priv-app
      - rename it SystemUI.apk and apply the permissions rw-r--r--
      - move it to system\priv-app\SystemUI and delete the oat folder if there is any,
      - reboot and enjoy :D

      Updates:
      - v3 (01/05): add thin spaces between notifications
      - v2 (26/04): fixed the incompletely deodexed systemUI.apk, you can now delete the oat folder safely, this update is required

      Credits:
      - @Lars124 for his tutorial which partially helped me


      AElrUrk.png
      P4DUzHo.png
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      For Z5 dual:

      - download the attached systemUI_N_vx_Z5dual_FWyyy.apk according to your firmware (latest .185),
      - copy the apk on your device in system\priv-app
      - rename it SystemUI.apk and apply the permissions rw-r--r--
      - move it to system\priv-app\SystemUI (ant do not delete the oat foldersince this SystemUI is odexed),
      - reboot and enjoy :D
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      @nreuge i have finally fixed the gap between the signal and battery icons :D

      all you have to do is change the dpi of

      <dimen name="fake_shadow_size">8.0dip</dimen>
      <dimen name="signal_cluster_battery_padding">8.0dip</dimen>
      <dimen name="no_signal_cluster_battery_padding">3.0dip</dimen>

      to

      <dimen name="fake_shadow_size">0.0dip</dimen>
      <dimen name="signal_cluster_battery_padding">0.0dip</dimen>
      <dimen name="no_signal_cluster_battery_padding">0.0dip</dimen>


      Screenshot_20160425_004241.png
      Screenshot_20160425_004253.png
      2
      Please test it (don't delete the oat folder, this systemUI is odexed) and give me feedback...


      Thank you

      after testing it work perfectly.

      Can you make it without sim number sign (1and2)
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      Systemui attached

      Please test it (don't delete the oat folder, this systemUI is odexed) and give me feedback...