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[MOD] Liberty 1.5 Yellow Circle Bat Mod

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ECFfighter7232, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. ECFfighter7232

    ECFfighter7232 Android Expert
    Thread Starter


    This install .zip will install this yellow circle battery (credit to Tom108 for the images) for your Liberty 1.5 ROM
    This is the entire framework-res.apk from Liberty 1.5 so if you've made any other changes to the framework-res.apk this will over write them
    I am not responsible for what you do to your phone
    INSTALLATION (takin right from their instructions)
    -boot into recovery via clockworks bootstrap
    -select "mounts and storage"
    -select mount /system
    -go back "powerbutton"
    -select "install zip from sdcard"
    -select "choose zip from sdcard"
    -find and select LibertyX-1.5_Cir_Bat.zip

    Download HERE

    Enjoy Folks

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  2. Xeneize480

    Xeneize480 Android Enthusiast

    I am going to use this zip to change the 3G .... the signal bars...

    but do you know how to do make a zip from scratch?
  3. ECFfighter7232

    ECFfighter7232 Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    from complete scratch, no... it took A LOT of googleing (googling?) to figure out the little I've learned so far. writing the install script I dont know how to do, but I found a basic one from one of the "how to" sites. I also stumbled across a zip signing tool that automatically signs the zips for you.
    but basically you want to emulate all the files you see in there and place the proper items in the right place (ie framework-res.apk into the framework folder) that kind of thing. its hard to explain in a short way.
    this thread may help you some too
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  4. Xeneize480

    Xeneize480 Android Enthusiast

    thankx for the info! I am going to start reading and do my own updates and maybe next do a theme too =)
  5. Xeneize480

    Xeneize480 Android Enthusiast

    this is how mine looks but I did all the updates using Ninjamorph

  6. ECFfighter7232

    ECFfighter7232 Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    more power to ya! its a lot of work, but also (imo) worth it. just remember these two things.... backups are your friend AND if you ever bootloop and cant get it to go into clockwork recovery, plug your phone into a wall charger. clockwork recovery has a smart little default where if you turn the phone off (or pull the battery), plug it into a wall outlet, then turn it back on, it boots straight into clockwork recovery so you can restore your backup! that has saved my ass a few times
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  7. ECFfighter7232

    ECFfighter7232 Android Expert
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    yeah thats how i started doing everything was with ninjamorph, then i got into making .zips they are nice to keep around as backups in case you ever want to change it to or from something real quick
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  8. Xeneize480

    Xeneize480 Android Enthusiast

    a lot of good info... =) work is kind of slow so I can read as much as we can...
  9. Raptor912

    Raptor912 Android Enthusiast

  10. Xeneize480

    Xeneize480 Android Enthusiast

    :D Stay tune for my future zips lol
  11. Trooper

    Trooper Android Expert

    Thanks brother. Just installed it!

  12. haevn

    haevn Well-Known Member

    I want that 4 g icon lol
  13. yawdapaah

    yawdapaah Android Expert

    Circle batteries still going strong eh? Nice work!
  14. bouchigo

    bouchigo Android Expert

    You can get it over at the xda forums.
  15. ECFfighter7232

    ECFfighter7232 Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Lol I like em. I can't take credit for the images though. They were toms from lib 1.0 but since I was bringing them over to 1.5 for myself I figured I might as well post it for others.
    Personally I will be putting a circle battery on every rom I run I think. I love how it looks.
  16. yawdapaah

    yawdapaah Android Expert

    Yeah, looks great. After all that hell getting it onto Nextheme and Revo, it kinda got 'stale' for me :p.

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