editing app framework (droid x)

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    is it possible to edit the framework of apps? I was looking to try and add a different notification icon in handcent. I tried replacing it through ninja morph, but it made handcent, for lack of a better term, disappear. it wasn't in the app drawer and the shortcut no longer worked. so is it even possible to do something like this?

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    yes. google 7zip.
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    already have it. so i assume that means i have to edit it on my computer and not on the phone.
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    yessir. use a photo editing software to manipulate the images. I use photoshop. or use something to that level. i hear a lot about gimp. and its free.
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    yeah i have photoshop. cool. i used to do stuff like this on winmo. i love that you can customize down to the smallest detail, if you don't mind getting your hands dirty. thanks for the info.
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    not a problem, glad i can help. im also having a little trouble with some stuff. i enjoy customizing everything to kind of "Make it my own"
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    trial and error is always the way it goes with stuff like this. that's what the backups are for!