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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by exclamation_mark, Feb 13, 2011.

  1. exclamation_mark

    exclamation_mark Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    I'm running Azreal X 4.0 and am looking to add the power controls to the notification bar. For the life of me I can not fond the link over at XDA. Can anyone point me in he right direction?


  2. akazabam

    akazabam Android Expert

    Here you go. Keep in mind that most ROM developers that use this theme it to match their ROM. I don't know how themed Azrael is, but this mod will bring certain things back to stock (as most theming is done in just a few framework files, which this mod uses). If you search through the thread, there are several themed versions, though.
  3. exclamation_mark

    exclamation_mark Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    I was just coming back to say I had found it, same as the link you provided so bonus :)

    I also found this one which deals with themed notification pull downs. It will change the notification panel and the info bar at the top.

    Azreals theme is pretty minimal, slight changes to the 'app drawer, phone, add panel' on the bottom, an animations, the info bar at the top was stock so there was no concern about the notification panel mod changing it.
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  4. akazabam

    akazabam Android Expert

    Thanks for the thread link :). There are more buried in the official thread. Glad you found it on your own. I just keep things like this bookmarked :p.
  5. JB in AZ

    JB in AZ Android Expert

    You must have a "bazillion" bookmarks!!! :D
  6. akazabam

    akazabam Android Expert

    Yeah, I have no idea how I ever find anything. I'm not terribly organized, so that doesn't help.
  7. It would be quite ironic if your bookmarks, which theoretically make things quicker and easier to find, became so vast and unorganized that finding what you needed became a long and difficult process.
  8. surfologist87

    surfologist87 Android Expert


    On my mac, (or maybe just firefox) if i type anything dealing with the name of the page in the address bar, it brings up a list underneath of all the pages ive been to with that on it.
    For the Roms page on xda i type in " xda roms " or " xda kernels " for kernels. And so on and so forth lol. Thats my organization.

    Ok, before i started a new thread or ran over to xda, i wanted to ask.. Is there any way to get the pull down widget 'flashlight' to light up both LEDs? On Myns, when you select the flashlight, there is only one LED that lights up. I have had a flashlight light up both before, but it would be nice if i could get a flashable zip or something to get the pull down bar to do it, cuz im used to using that particular method. Just curious if you guys knew of anything.
  9. akazabam

    akazabam Android Expert

    Lol, yeah, Chrome works the same way; I'd never find anything if I actually had to go through the list.

    Anyway, you need to install this app, written by the same developer who ported the notification widgets. When you open it, you can configure a few of the widgets, one of which is the flashlight widget. You can set it toggle between off/normal or off/high/death ray. The default behavior is the first one. I'm sure if you set it to high/death ray, it will do what you want.
  10. surfologist87

    surfologist87 Android Expert

    Thank you sir. Ill have a look at it in the morning :)
  11. akazabam

    akazabam Android Expert

    No problem. Depending on what ROM you're on, you might already have it. Go ahead and check first :).
  12. surfologist87

    surfologist87 Android Expert

    Worked like a charm. I flashed it without reading anything in the post... so ill read through it today :eek: lol
  13. akazabam

    akazabam Android Expert

    Hehe, yeah, it's not hard to install or use. There are a couple things you should know, though, so read the thread. For example, you can't change the colors if you're using themed widgets, plus you need to flash a different services.jar if you're going to configure the screen timeout widget. Stuff like that. In any case, it's fairly self-explanatory.

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