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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Xfactor-s, Aug 19, 2010.

  1. Xfactor-s

    Xfactor-s Lurker
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    After many weeks of waiting and my fiasco almost switching to an Incredible, my X finally arrived today. I'm new to the forum but have been reading around since ordering my phone. I don't intend to root at the moment because it's not what i need and I want to see how I like froyo.

    I will be using launcher pro but I really want these, or similar, dock icons but can't seem to locate them.
    I don't need to root or anything to get the completely transparent dock background do I?

    And for those with macs, what do you feel that the best way to move things between your phone and mac are? I plan on using doubletwist unless someone can mention something they feel is better!

  2. kheovnien

    kheovnien Well-Known Member

    no root required for custom dock backgrounds (see here: LauncherPro Forum • View topic - Share your custom dock backgrounds!), if u want a black status bar and notification tray u will need root. to be honest, if there is anything that u want that requires root, i'd suggest u download a 1-click root app such as easyroot or universal androot. it's really dummy proof. and i've seen those icons in a theme located here: http://androidforums.com/all-things-root-droid-x/147281-theme-revolution-v1-1-droid-x.html
  3. chrlswltrs

    chrlswltrs Extreme Android User

    You can download the icons in the docks here:
    Manup\'s Simple Word Icons_Clean_164SET.zip

    I use these when it is not football season
  4. Xfactor-s

    Xfactor-s Lurker
    Thread Starter

    thank you! i have launcher pro installed, got those icons to work to way I wanted, and am loving the phone so far, but now I have a new problem.

    I was intending to use doubletwist to sync music to my phone but right now when I plug in the x not is it not recognized by my computer, but the x doesn't even show the usb connected option in my tray to switch it to mass storage. is there any other way to set it to mass storage?
  5. WalmartSecurity

    WalmartSecurity Android Enthusiast

    This happens on macs for some reason. Try this:

    Plug it in, set it to "charge only" (your DX should beep and say Mounting SD Card or something like that) then switch back to "USB mass storage". It should then be recognized in Finder
  6. speedycolzalez

    speedycolzalez Android Enthusiast

  7. chrlswltrs

    chrlswltrs Extreme Android User

    I don't kniw another link but if you pm me your email address ill send you the zip file.
    speedycolzalez likes this.
  8. speedycolzalez

    speedycolzalez Android Enthusiast

    PM sent. Cheers :)

    Got it. Cheers :)

Motorola Droid X Forum

The Motorola Droid X release date was July 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 512GB RAM, TI OMAP3630 processor, and 1540mAh battery.

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