Transparent Status Bar and Shade for Rooted Droid!

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    I'm having the exact same problem.. any help is much appreciated.
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    Type su then hit enter, a # should appear, letting you know that you are using root priveledges. Then carry on with the remount command.
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    I see the #, I still can't do anything!
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    i can't get the #.. i tried re-rooting the device again but still doesn't work. arggg
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    After you type su, you may get a pop-up on your phone screen telling you that sh is asking for root access, check remember and hit yes if this is the case. Then you should be good-to-go!
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    got the # to show up.. can't cd sdcard?
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    make sure you unmount the sd card. pull down your notification bar and click usb connected and then dismount it.
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    made sure i unmount sd card.. still giving same message.
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    Quite honestly, if you're not comfortable with taking the risk of bricking your phone, I'm going to suggest you don't do this. Once more packages are available for the rooted droid, perhaps. Until then....don't!
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    type "cd /" then try it. Seems like you are in a different folder.
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    got it to reboot.. after typing "c \" tried "dir" but it didn't show anything... kept typing the next command. Hope this works!! thanks for your help.

    **success!!
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    Can't we stay on Topic, Correct me if I'm wrong, but shouldn't the Busybox questions go in the Busybox forum topic??
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    Did some more modifying and this is what I came up with. For now I lightened the top bar so I can see the clock better until I figure out how to change the color of the font, I also have a few red highlights to accent the theme but did not go overboard because the yellow/orange acctually looks pretty good with most apps, I just wanted some red on home screen actions.

    I also inverted the colors on the status Icons, I think it looks really clean that way.
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    looks nice. i think ill follow suit. :)
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    Hey manigma after you altered the framework-res, did you hafta sign the apk or just copy it back to the phone?
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