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    Liquid Gingerbread Issue

    Hi I've been using lgb for about 3 days now and I must say it is awesome but I have notice an issue in the rom that becomes very annoying. Some of the themes I downloaded for theme chooser still show the default theme's battery icon after applying the theme. It will theme everything else in the status bar but the battery icon. I'm not sure why it does this. Could anyone please help me if they know how to fix this issue? Thank you.

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    Does it show the green gb one with the percents over the icon or the one that has the bar and the percent numbers standing alone next to it after you use the theme changer theme??

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSM9872 View Post
    Does it show the green gb one with the percents over the icon or the one that has the bar and the percent numbers standing alone next to it after you use the theme changer theme??

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    It shows the green gb one with the percentage over the icon. Its the same battery icon from the default lgb theme.

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    Strange. What themes are you using and are they hdpi or mdpi??

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    All of the themes that I've downloaded are hdpi themes. The two themes that I don't have this issue with is the vivid and evoleur theme

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    Can you tell me one or two you used that this happened with? Dont take this the wrong way I merely want to try them out and see whats happens on my phone.

    One other thing did you reboot after applying the theme? I know it is necessary for some elements to show properly, although admitedly the battery icon is not normally one of these that requires it.

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    One of them is the honeybread theme. Another one that does it is the forbidden theme. Those are the 2 I've noticed so far that do it to me.

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    Ok using the forbidden theme now. First of all its awesome. At first the battery icon didn't change but when the battery dropped from 31 to 30% it changed to the themed one. Try that or rebooting after applying.

    Edit: as soon as I hit submit it dropped to 29 and Changed back to stock one.

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    Ok I feel like a goof ball now and I blame my limited experience using theme changer themes, I normally stick to flashable themes. On the upside it's not a rom issue. The theme changer apk only has images for 5% increments. When it's not at a 5% or 10% increment it will show the stock battery icon. The theme would need to be updated to include all 100 necessary images. I assume that is the issue with the other theme you Had the problem with.

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