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    Miui style window transitions for CM 6.1

    I used CM nightly 218 to make this but it should work for anything between cm 6.1 final and 218 nightly

    this is just a framework-res.apk with default theme that has miui style window transitions check out the video below:


    installation:

    just use adb to push this into /system/framework

    also i suggest doing a zipalign and fix_permissions and a reboot after all that

    like i said this is just the default theme if you would like to see other themes then i can do that no problem

    download: framework-res.apk
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    Thanks Magma, any chance of making it a zip that we can flash??
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    Quote Originally Posted by illmatic636 View Post
    Thanks Magma, any chance of making it a zip that we can flash??
    as lame as it sounds ive been using android for so long and hacking and doing all crazy **** but i have no idea how to make a flashable zip so if somebody wants to do it i have no problem with that
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    lol. Thanks again. I'm on a work computer and hesitant of downloading anything. If it's not done by the time I get home, I'll post one up. Maybe metamorph would work.
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    oh well then thanks
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    Here is that framework with the animations change in it. It needs to first be applied to a stock CM 6.1. Not a themed framework. Flashing your theme after will NOT hold the new animation if you need to flash a theme . It needs to be added to the theme you wish to flash.
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    Can you tell me what files need to be added to a themed framework? Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevdog View Post
    Can you tell me what files need to be added to a themed framework? Thanks.
    The only folder you need is anim
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    I can create a metamorph of the animation if the OP says its OK. Its very simple and will only change the animations as that seems to be the only changes. This will be able to be applied to any theme or ROM. Not just CM 6.1. OP, please let me know as I wont post if you dont say its not ok to or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by illmatic636 View Post
    Here is that framework with the animations change in it. It needs to first be applied to a stock CM 6.1. Not a themed framework. Flashing your theme after will NOT hold the new animation if you need to flash a theme . It needs to be added to the theme you wish to flash.
    Just maing sure I understand correctly, I can just put this file in whatever theme zip prior to flashing and it'll take? Does it matter what folder it goes in?

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