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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by CuChO, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. CuChO

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    Hello is there any way to replace the battery icon to the one that has number with out custom room , like replacing from the system files for the LG Optimus M or whatever way should be idk :(,im runing the stock version 2.2.1 and im rooted
     

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    I was also thinking about this. I wanted to put batterybar eightbit over the stock bar. Might have to start messing around.
     
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    Yes uot kitchen would be your easiest solution, but there is one thing to remember themes, or even minor changes like your proposing usually require a deodexed system, by that I mean the way your phone system is you have your .apk files and a matching .odex file that is required, they work together. Now in a deodexed system, and you can deodex your stock system by the way. in deodexed system those files, the .apk, and the .odex are combined into one .apk.
     
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    Ok after i went here UOT kitchen and i find out what i really i was looking for, they give me a file with the battery mod on a zip ,the instruction are to flashed on recovery mode , but the lg doesnt have recovery mode so i think the only way to do it is with adb shell right ?? or is there anyways to do it on a terminal emulator but i dont know what the commands are
     
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    Just go to the android market and download Gauge Battery Widget. It's free and puts a battery icon with numbers in the status bar.

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