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[MOD][XPOSED][4.1-9] Allusive (formely Pointer Replacer)

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9th September 2019, 12:38 AM |#111  
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Can this change the "pointer_arrow" png?

What I really want is something like Privset, but it just needs to point to a directory. That directory can be filled with png files. If the name of a png file matches a resource in framework-res.apk (eg "pointer_arrow.png") then that png is used by the system. This would allow any/all system icons to be easily replaced. As far as I can find, such an app does not yet exist.
 
 
9th September 2019, 01:03 AM |#112  
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Can this change the "pointer_arrow" png?

What I really want is something like Privset, but it just needs to point to a directory. That directory can be filled with png files. If the name of a png file matches a resource in framework-res.apk (eg "pointer_arrow.png") then that png is used by the system. This would allow any/all system icons to be easily replaced. As far as I can find, such an app does not yet exist.

Yes, latest update can change pointer_arrow.
You can change it via Change Mouse Pointer interface.
9th September 2019, 01:43 AM |#113  
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Yes, latest update can change pointer_arrow.
You can change it via Change Mouse Pointer interface.

Thanks, I'll give it a shot. Hopefully Xposed plays nice with the system I need it on.
11th September 2019, 12:21 AM |#114  
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Nice app but dpesnt work on s10+ edxposed android pie

Worked on note 4 android 6


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