[MM-Theme] NEW!!!Predator Battery Status Indicator Version 2 UPDATE STATUS 12:33pm 13 May 2010: Changed the download links to only that of 4Shared. I am also in the works of remaking the yellow version now that I am back home. Thanx -Pokebreaker This battery status theme progresses through different Predator (The Movie) styled symbols that represent the battery percentage levels (100%, 80, 60, 40, 20, 10, 0 and Info Not Available. When charging, it obviously cycles through rather quickly, making it appear like a Predator Self-Destruct Countdown. Post screenshots if you like it. I've been asked where I got the symbols, the answer is I painted each stroke of each symbol on different layers using PhotoShop, then merged them at the end. Yes it took a while. The idea is based directly off of the Self-Destruct Armband that the Predators use in the movies. Colors Available: RED, YELLOW, BLUE, GREEN, LIGHT BLUE -------->Screenshots Below<--------------- Download: -------> Predator Battery Status Indicator Version 2 [RED] Download: -------> Predator Battery Status Indicator Version 2 [YELLOW] Download: -------> Predator Battery Status Indicator Version 2 [BLUE] Download: -------> Predator Battery Status Indicator Version 2 [GREEN] Download: -------> Predator Battery Status Indicator Version 2 [LIGHT BLUE] COMMON ISSUES AFTER INSTALLATION: Q: Why is there a number overlapping the symbols? A: You have another application that is forcing a percentage to be shown. The most common app that does this is Spare Parts. To disable, open Spare Parts, scroll down to Battery Status Display and make sure the box is UNCHECKED. You may have to reboot the phone for it to take effect, but that will fix the overlap issue, if it is Spare Parts doing it. Q: How come after I install this theme, my Android Market force closes? A: I'm not sure if this is an issue with my theme or if its just MetaMorph. To correct it follow these steps; Settings>Applications>Manage Applications>Clear Cache>Uninstall Updates. Now reopen the Android Market and it should prompt you to Accept or Decline the Android Market Terms of Service, obviously Accept them. Now you will be able to download and install again. If you are on wifi and it gives you a server error prior to the Android Market Terms, switch to 3G, and Vice-Versa.