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I can post a tutorial in the hacks section when I get a chance. You do have to be rooted and it is messing with the framework though so there's always a chance for going into bootloops but with the .sbf file out now, I thought I'd give it a shot. I'll post the tutorial as soon as I can. I did have a minor problem after doing it though so I may have to do over again but it's very nice (borat voice).
I got it from here though. Dark Gray Status Bar and Transparent Shade - XDA-Developers Forum
Proceed with caution.
- 08-09-2010, 09:30 PM #236
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LOL at the launcher on the homescreen.
- 08-09-2010, 09:44 PM #238
Anyway - here is how I did it:
Download the free version of "Folder Organizer" on your X.
Download your Droid Icons here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=668772
Connect your X to your PC - mount it to your PC as USB Mass storage (to do this: after you plug the USB cable into the droid and pc - pull down the notifcations - click the USB icon - and hit the "USB mass storage" button and click OK) - now your PC will see your memory card in your X as another hard drive in windows explorer. Just make a folder on the SD called "droids" and put all your lil droid icons in there - you need to "unzip" or "extract" that download to your desktop first probably.
1 open folder organizer
2 touch "shortcuts" tab and press your menu button the X and select "new shortcut"
3 select Folder Organizer Item and pick what sort of shortcut item it is (a contact and app etc etc from the list and choose what contact or app it is)
4 click the dropdown arrow next to your new item and choose the little arrow saying icon
5 choose your icon from "android image gallery" (might have to browse to the "droids" folder - I have "astro" installed which is kinda like windows explorer for the droid which helps when browsing your SD card)
6 then you do what you do on droid to create a shortcut on the home screen (probably long press - new shortcut)
7 choose Folder Organizer Item
8 choose Shortcut and the one you just created should be in your list....
One thing with the way I did it (not sure how to fix it yet) - when using the Droid Icons you need to "back" out with the back key when done - or the next time you go to use a droid icon shortcut - it'll take you to whatever droid shortcut you were last on when you pressed "home". For example if I call my wife "Tami" and just hit the "home" key when done - then go to call my "Dad" and press his droid icon - it'll open up my contact info for Tami. Doesn't happen if you use the "back" key though when finished.
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Looks like someone put the NexTheme on there...
I think sometime tomorrow I'll put up a tutorial on how others can do these things. I'm a little weary because it's messing with the framework but I'll do it anyways.
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