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

  1. amoeller

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    This is the 10% battery icon mod for the Motorola Droid Bionic running v5.5.886. I originally saw this mod from P3Droid in his toolbox he made for the Bionic in the TBH app. (By the way buy the TBH app. It gives you many resources for your device.) I prefer to install mods in a CWM and now that cvpcs made his bootstrapper, this will now work. (Thanks cvpcs for the fixed update-binary!)

    You need root, on 5.5.886, and cvpcs's bootstrapper.

    Install and enjoy!
    Be careful with root and I'm not responsible for bricks, explosions, or other issues that this may cause. I have tested it on my own device and not had any issues so far.

    Bar Mod - http://www.multiupload.com/L3K7ECG8HL
    Honeycomb Mod - http://www.multiupload.com/PW5Q80UUXV
    Revert To Stock - http://www.multiupload.com/2ALODC0FXK

    This screenshot is from the new Bionic app off the TBH app. I got the ideas for these icons from here. This is what they look like. http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/850/20110918012032.png/

    P3Droid if you feel that you don't like me posting this because this is based off of your framework file tell me and I will remove it.
     

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    Can you link to the original post / thread / site where you got this from?
     
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    Worked good, thanks
     
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    i used the tranq tool box and downloaded but when i go to clockwork i cant find it. Please help.
     
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    There is no original site. I posted them myself. I just made the framework files flashable zips.
     
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    I went into my file app and it was in phone memory, then I copied it to my sd card then you can flash it in clockwork.
     
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    The honeycomb one is sweet! Thanks
     
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    Thanks anyway, but tehsusenoh linked us to the TBH.
     
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    to be clear, I need to flash these on my bionic like a rom?
     
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    I just downloaded the zip and moved the file into SD Card then used Bionic Bootstrapper to get into the recovery. From there I ran the ZIP from SDCard and found the file. Installed it and it works just fine. Recovery can only read from SDCard and not the SDCard-Ext. Well at least I didn't know how.
     
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    ah, i got it.. install zip from sdcard. done and done, I now have a much cooler looking battery icon.
     
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    i checked out "THB" and bionic isn't listed as supported? did I miss something?
     
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    I've had the TBH app since it came out for the Droid X and I can confirm it works on the Bionic. When you run it on a Bionic it will only show the Toolbox that P3Droid made.
     

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