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Notification Panel change

Discussion in 'Android Themes' started by PFayce, May 21, 2010.

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    Hi there,

    After purchasing Open Home i noticed that some of the screen shots for themes such as Buuf have a customized notification bar. Naturally i assumed this came with the theme but i was wrong. So can any one tell me how to customize the notification panel.

    Also i have downloaded Buuf icon pack and noticed there are 100's of icons that come with the pack. Is there any way i can use those icons to change the picture on lets say my facebook app or my usaa app. The only way i have noticed is to drop items into a folder and customize the folder ...but.... not so much.

    V/R
    PFayce
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    I should have been more specific. I would like to do this without rooting my phone... If that's possible. If there is any question to what i mean check out Buuf New open home theme. You will notice that the notification panel has been changed.
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    Not possible without root :(
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    Ok so rooting...

    I'm not as "techy" as it seems most the people on here are. I understand enough to use command prompt but that is about it. How hard is it to root the droid? I read one of the tutorials and it started out easy but it just seem to exponentially get harder. How dangerous is rooting.

    Thanx
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    Well as of right now, because u are running stock 2.1 ESE83, you will have to revert back to 2.0.1 (2.1 doesnt have a root) using .sbf files. its pretty easy, thats how i did mine a while ago. u get the needed files (pretty much they are the files that ur computer will push onto the phone so that u have 2.0.1) and then u hook it up to the PC, bootloader, then u have the RSD lite (program that u will need along with drivers for whatever system u are running, ie. 32bit or 64bit) do all the work for u. And then once u have done that u can just get root easily and painlessly. After u have root get urself ROM Manager! this is a life saver for those that dont really know too much about all the techy-ness of all this stuff. it will do it all for u. MAKE BACKUPS! and the reason is when u are trying new things, u dont know how well they will go over so u might want to go back to what u were previously running.

    Anyway, there is also another method that i have heard that works, where u flash SPrecovery onto ur phone. so with SPrecovery u can install a ROM if im not mistaken, i really am not too sure how the whole deal works with this method. but in the end, u will come out of it rooted. im guessing its a lot less scary doing it this way than using RSD Lite and the .sbf files lol. ill be honest i was a bit wary of doing this. seems pretty ominous!

    well whatever road u choose, there will be someone here to help u out on ur way.
    Good luck!
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