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[MOD]Remove battery full popup

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Worked great thanks:) Included in my tweak pack:)

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It seems that it caused overheat(and thus overcharging) last night. I'll try to reproduce this again later today however it is recommended not to be followed (yet).

UPDATE: No longer the case this time, however from my observations unlike Paul's workaround the battery keeps on charging and causes overheat.

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Posted · Report post

No problem with overheating here. And haven't seen the popup in two days :P

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I think I have managed to remove the battery full popup from stock ROM

This does require some manual work.

Please have a look at this:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/27197205/Remove%20...%20LG%20O2X.rar

and share your experiences

bump rolleyes.gif

can you figure out how possible to remove the popup in the 2.3?

becuse there is no StatusBarPolicy.smali (Paul's Gr3)

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Landor,

in GB this StatusBarPolicy.smali moved to SystemUI.apk

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Thank you! It works perfect on my 2X with stock V10d firmware.

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Landor,

in GB this StatusBarPolicy.smali moved to SystemUI.apk

I didn't find the StatusBarPolicy.smali in the SystemUI.apk.. mellow.gif

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I didn't find the StatusBarPolicy.smali in the SystemUI.apk.. mellow.gif

\SystemUI\smali\com\android\systemui\statusbar\policy\StatusBarPolicy.smali

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\SystemUI\smali\com\android\systemui\statusbar\policy\StatusBarPolicy.smali

There isn't this directory structure in the SystemUI.apk... :I

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Ok, solved! It is in the latest Paul's Gr relase :)

Changelog

03 Oct 17:30

  • Disabled battery full popup for all themes

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There isn't this directory structure in the SystemUI.apk... :I

Looks like you have not even tried to decompile SystemUI.apk... Maybe you just open it like a sipmple archive?

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Looks like you have not even tried to decompile SystemUI.apk... Maybe you just open it like a sipmple archive?

Yes, yes! It was the problem :)

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