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Merging a theme with 0x90's JJ mod...

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Hi All :P

I was just wondering if any themes could be merged with 0x90's Japanese Jellyfish mod (namely Frankish's Desire Sense one). I just had a look at doing this myself, but got stuck once I came to the two .dex files (one from each zip) and I don't have a clue where to start. I thought it could be as simple as slotting bits from each zip into a new one and merging whichever file I needed to, and apparently it's either harder than I though or not possible. I'm way out of my depth here, though I'm usually very capable with computing (I have dabbled in actionscript, java and C+) but Android and it's programming languages are beyond me :D Any help from some of the themers, or indeed Frankish or 0x90 themselves would be greatly appreciated.

Will

EDIT: Sorry, forgot to mention that these were in the services.jar, I haven't got any further regarding the android.policy or framework .jars as I'm stuck on this.

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Hi All :P

I was just wondering if any themes could be merged with 0x90's Japanese Jellyfish mod (namely Frankish's Desire Sense one). I just had a look at doing this myself, but got stuck once I came to the two .dex files (one from each zip) and I don't have a clue where to start. I thought it could be as simple as slotting bits from each zip into a new one and merging whichever file I needed to, and apparently it's either harder than I though or not possible. I'm way out of my depth here, though I'm usually very capable with computing (I have dabbled in actionscript, java and C+) but Android and it's programming languages are beyond me :D Any help from some of the themers, or indeed Frankish or 0x90 themselves would be greatly appreciated.

Will

EDIT: Sorry, forgot to mention that these were in the services.jar, I haven't got any further regarding the android.policy or framework .jars as I'm stuck on this.

I use revo theme and 0x90's mod without problems.

I flashed the theme first and thna I flashed the mod

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I can use the theme, and the theme works correctly (Desire Sense), however, the power control widget in the status bar is gone. Do you know of any ways to get that back with the theme on top?

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I can use the theme, and the theme works correctly (Desire Sense), however, the power control widget in the status bar is gone. Do you know of any ways to get that back with the theme on top?

I had to install all the mods from the version 2 to the most recent one to get it to work

but first I installed the theme

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OK, thanks :D I'll have a go and message back. Off to bed for me now, can't keep my eyes open! :P

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I tried installing other versions of 0x90 mod that I had over the theme, but just got stuck in a boot loop, so I've given up trying that for now. Still, is there anybody who might be able to merge the coding files? That way they would both install side by side, rather than one overwriting the other's files, and getting the phone in a muddle.

Will

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Best way is to flash 0x90 mod, then delete my services.jar form any theme you flash. My services.jar will remove extra functions added by the 0x90 mods services.jar.

What you will lose without my services.jar? Notification area transparency...not a big deal. Statusbar clock colour but this can be set in 0x90 app :P

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Ah, OK :P Thanks for your quick reply, I only just woke up! :D I'll give it a go.

Thanks again.

Will

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Best way is to flash 0x90 mod, then delete my services.jar form any theme you flash. My services.jar will remove extra functions added by the 0x90 mods services.jar.

What you will lose without my services.jar? Notification area transparency...not a big deal. Statusbar clock colour but this can be set in 0x90 app :P

i flashed one of your themes first and then 0x90's mod

the only thing messed up was the clock colour, which can be easily changed in the mod's settings

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