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Root No throttle and Removed status bar clock Liberty 1.0

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  1. bouchigo

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    Thanks to Fabolous who pointed me in the right direction, I've managed to modify Liberty's services.jar to remove the clock from the status bar. I did this because I didn't want to apply ApeX's modded services.jar to Liberty because it may erase some of the modifications made to it by kejar and JRummy. I figured I would share it in case others want to try this and because I noticed a few people applying the ApeX mod to Liberty.

    I had already removed the throttle because I knew how to do that, but the clock removal was holding me up, but now it's done :D Thanks Fabolous.

    Expect a long reboot.

    If you guys want to try it out, here it is:

    No_Clock_No_Throttle_Liberty_1.0.zip

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    I have been wanting that. Thanks Bouchigo!! Great minds think a like!
     
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    Any chance this would work on Rubix?


    Edit: I gave it a shot on the new Rubix beta, works perfect. Thank you! Not to mention... now the Liberty Toolbox app works on Rubix also :)
     
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    man bro, you really have been after it....:)
     
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    Is it possible to keep the clock and use the throttle mod?
     
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    Perfect, thanks so much! :)
     
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    Yes it's possible.
     
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    You have to decompile classes.dex within services.jar with baksmali.jar and recompile with smali.jar.

    You have to remove the throttling files and then recompile and put classes.dex back into services.jar.

    That's basically all you do, it's just a process you have to follow. It's not that difficult with a good set of instructions to follow.....the more you do it, the easier it gets.

    I'm not at home right now, so I don't have access to link you to a good set of instructions.
     
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    I'll wait fot link, thank you
     
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    Bouchigo, If Butbka installs your zip which includes both blue circle mod and throttle control then he installs a different battery icon will he keep the throttle control?
     
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    The mod for the Blue Circle Battery modifies the framework, the mod for the clock and throttle removal modifies services.jar.

    Basically it modifies different areas, so if he applies the No_Throttle_No_Clock mod he can install any battery mod he wants, as long as services.jar isn't being changed in any way, he will be able to keep the no throttle intact.
     
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    What if I don't want install different battery??? What if I really like watermarkd theme?:)
     
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    Oh ok, yeah. You can install watermarkd, and then the no throttle/no clock mod over it without effecting framework.
     
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    Thank you
     
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    No problem :D
     

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