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    How do you change text colors ?

    How can you change the default text colors..such as the clock color in the status bar, etc. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    No way by default, that is something that one does with root, or at the very least by loading a app if one exists that would have root access.

    Or you load a ROM that has had it modified already.
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    I am already rooted...have redone all my system apps and the framework to the way I want it, but I would like to changes a few text colors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashkev843 View Post
    I am already rooted...have redone all my system apps and the framework to the way I want it, but I would like to changes a few text colors.
    I'm in that same boat. I've been looking through the framework trying to find the files to switch with the ones that come with white texts... I've hit some snags though and think I found the correct files but need to wait til I get home to pull them up and ask...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashkev843 View Post
    How can you change the default text colors..such as the clock color in the status bar, etc. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Clock can be changed or removed using this script from xeudoxus found here:
    AllDroid - View topic - [app/script] xUltimate v1.1.2
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    I am really trying to get it to be red. That only gives the option for white or black. Seems like it would be a file somewhere in the framework

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