[TOOL][JAVA]"The Rom Fumbler" aka "The Battery Icon Creator"[V32.0][Nov-01 2013]

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Thebear j koss

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I already did a year or two ago. TMA's icon pack comes with a few icons made by this tool. ;)
I thought so, but i haven't themed system wide in a while and pretty much stick to pre made CMTE themes now that i am only on CM based rom and don't own a device running a stock rom. Plus i don't know who knows who and shares what on XDA anymore. This was by far the best theming tool, partnered with morph zips at it's apex. I didn't even know what apktool was when i was using this tool.

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pharmdeon

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This is still a handy tool. There are mods available to change the battery icon back to a PNG image.. This tool still offers a very good way to make that icon unique.
Yes ... i agree ... i have used icons created with this tool with the 3minit battery mod recently on my s5. And like thebear, i used it a lot for my s3

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Thebear j koss

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@pas2001 , @Ticklefish
Could you guys please explain how to use this tool to make a custom battery icon using my image? The tool will create the 100 battery images right? or do I have to create each image myself? I will be using the new battery icon with 3minit battery settings.
There are predetermined icons, colors, shapes, etc within this tool. It's up to you to play around and see what you like. You are not drawing an icon and it processes it 210 times or whatever # of images are needed for 3 minit. But you can choose from a bunch of pre made icons and colors and styles within this tool. Just need to play around.

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pas2001

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@pas2001 , @Ticklefish
Could you guys please explain how to use this tool to make a custom battery icon using my image? The tool will create the 100 battery images right? or do I have to create each image myself? I will be using the new battery icon with 3minit battery settings.
Download and try playing. I remember instruction available in tool. The other dev I think may better for english explain if he has time is @ted77usa

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ted77usa

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Download and try playing. I remember instruction available in tool. The other dev I think may better for english explain if he has time is @ted77usa
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@pas2001 @Ticklefish ...... u guys are my mentor......i've learned everthing i know from u guys...... this is the best battery creator that came across to me....... and TMA also best theming tool that i've ever use especially this battery creator tool been added into TMA tool:good:

@pas2001 , @Ticklefish
Could you guys please explain how to use this tool to make a custom battery icon using my image? The tool will create the 100 battery images right? or do I have to create each image myself? I will be using the new battery icon with 3minit battery settings.

@harveyr4
U need to play around to get more understanding how this tool able to do stuff...... check couple screenshots below and hopefully it help you to get started......to find your rendered battery icons ..... go to your pngs>renderer>batt folder and find your rendered battery using same texture u used...... in my case i used xorbattery.center as my texture then all my rendered battery icons would be in that folder.

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pas2001

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@pas2001 @Ticklefish ...... u guys are my mentor......i've learned everthing i know from u guys...... this is the best battery creator that came across to me....... and TMA also best theming tool that i've ever use especially this battery creator tool been added into TMA tool:good:



@harveyr4
U need to play around to get more understanding how this tool able to do stuff...... check couple screenshots below and hopefully it help you to get started......to find your rendered battery icons ..... go to your pngs>renderer>batt folder and find your rendered battery using same texture u used...... in my case i used xorbattery.center as my texture then all my rendered battery icons would be in that folder.

c7d839cb90b79857406d50f64e0c6138.jpg

06b142e91f7eb14cf7385187157e18d8.jpg

bebd89abdc141ca9abb2c9ca53178e11.jpg
Great tutorial mate. Thanks

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Ticklefish

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@pas2001 @Ticklefish ...... u guys are my mentor......i've learned everthing i know from u guys...... this is the best battery creator that came across to me....... and TMA also best theming tool that i've ever use especially this battery creator tool been added into TMA tool:good:



@harveyr4
U need to play around to get more understanding how this tool able to do stuff...... check couple screenshots below and hopefully it help you to get started......to find your rendered battery icons ..... go to your pngs>renderer>batt folder and find your rendered battery using same texture u used...... in my case i used xorbattery.center as my texture then all my rendered battery icons would be in that folder.

c7d839cb90b79857406d50f64e0c6138.jpg

06b142e91f7eb14cf7385187157e18d8.jpg

bebd89abdc141ca9abb2c9ca53178e11.jpg

Nice work, my friend. Good to see this tool still being used!
 

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