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Discussion in 'Drod2169 - X' started by B-RAN, Dec 28, 2010.
ADW hides it and brings it back at the flick of a finger, nice.
Okay so the issue then is not with Rubix but with a theme you are trying to install not working properly with Rubix, right? Other things that can cause instability issues are overclocking, undervolting, changing LCD density, and of course loading themes or mods that don't gel.
Correct, after I reinstalled and loaded my set up piece by piece I was able to pinpoint the problem. It was with the mod I was adding at the end which got rid of the clock in the notification bar. Sorry I didnt do this earlier and thanks for your attention.
Is there anyway besides hiding the status bar in Rubix to get rid of the clock?
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Ok, this issue is caused by a change to the services.jar. That file can change a lot of things, whether its the notification bar clock, or the unthrottling mod, which caused my phone to reboot. If you have the know how, try taking the services.jar out of your phone, and making the mod to the services.jar yourself on your own phones file. See if that works....
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