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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by chncmdlck, Nov 2, 2010.

  1. chncmdlck

    chncmdlck Newbie
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    Hi guys, I was just wondering if anyone new of a metamorph theme for this battery icon:

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  2. chncmdlck

    chncmdlck Newbie
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    Ok, new question. I found the metamorph of this battery! But.... the files are hdpi (duh)
    My question is, how can I convert them to mdpi? I have seen many applications for dl that will do this, but they are mainly for ROMs and require flashing through recovery. I just want to resize them and replace them in SDcard/Android Themes so that I can metamorph them. Any help is appreciated!!!
  3. T-Keith

    T-Keith Android Enthusiast

    Unzip the file, change the folder containing the files from drawable-hdpi to drawable-mdpi. Open the pngs and scale them down to 25x25. Then edit the xml file to represent your changes and rezip the file.

    Post your zip when done, I like that battery icon. :D
  4. chncmdlck

    chncmdlck Newbie
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    Ok, I'm lost. I have ALL the files 25x25, but when I try to MetaMorph the .zip, it doesn't apply. It says that it is applied, I reboot, and NOTHING. Can I just flash the .zip in recovery?
  5. T-Keith

    T-Keith Android Enthusiast

    Did you rename the folder? Remember to apply the theme through metamorph. You can't flash through recovery because it needs to be "signed".
  6. chncmdlck

    chncmdlck Newbie
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    Ok! I had to switch to the CELB Froyo ROM because these are made for CM 6 and the ROM I was on didn't have it. Looks AMAZING on my phone. Here's the zip for those of you that want to flash. Credit goes to ataris_kid for creating the icons and chncmdlck for resizing for the Eris. Just use MM and reboot - works like a charm. Hope everyone likes them - it took me a hell of a long time to figure out how to do this.

  7. T-Keith

    T-Keith Android Enthusiast

    Glad you got it to work. I tried reflashing my battery icons this morning and for some reason usb-debugging has to be on to flash system files. Just an FYI for anyone else having problems.
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The HTC Droid Eris release date was November 2009. Features and Specs include a 3.2" inch screen, 5MP camera, 288GB RAM, MSM7600 processor, and 1300mAh battery.

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