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EDIT:
he's updated it
http://forum.xda-dev....php?p=11433030
theme chooser version of rover



Good spot! I'm gonna give that a go. :D

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I like it! The battery circle somehow seems a bit blurry but the colour scheme is at least in line with my launcher and toggle switches! It'll do me until I find a basic gingerbread battery circle theme.

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There's a stock gingerbread theme here with battery percentage: http://forum.xda-dev...p;highlight=cm7
It complains during install about 'missing assets'. As far as I can tell - that's a wallpaper it's complaining about as it comes up black. The rest seems to work fine. And I have my own wallpaper anyhow. :D

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The above site includes a link to a template theme for the theming engine: https://github.com/h.../Templatebread-
I don't know if that's useful to anyone here?

Edited by targetbsp, 18 February 2011 - 09:12 PM.

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I wonder if it can be automated in any way, because truthfully I don't have the patience for that crapola either :D


There are many renaming softwares out there and im pretty sure they can do it automated.

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BLUE BIONIC / RED REMIX / ORANGE OCTANE - CM7 - HDPI and MDPI

Orange Octane is my favourite (Red & Blue not tested)

Available on Market.

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Edited by ThrashMan, 19 February 2011 - 01:40 AM.

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For me Honeybread is not working.

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It's worth noting that applying a theme breaks Autostarts. To use autostarts, you have to switch back to the default theme, make your changes, then you can change back to your theme.

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There are many renaming softwares out there and im pretty sure they can do it automated.


Copy your code into word, and then use find and replace? I do it with my code all the time...

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The FULLY tag means it's connected to google services. Notice if you disable data your signal bars are all grey and wifi etc? When connected to google services they turn green.

I've been thinking about this all day and I just cant get it, Do you mean that while any kind of data is enabled on the phone the signal bars are green but when data is off they are grey?

or do you mean that when 2g/2g is enabled they are green but when using wifi they are not? and you just get the wifi signal icon?

Does this mean that there is not different icons for 2g and 3g or is there a way to tell which your connected to?
also the icons for normal data ie 2g data and 3g data as in H or 3G+ are there any?


EDIT: Thanks targetbsp for the info on wutostarts
deleted some info to tidy up the thread

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autostarts is a program that lets you change what apps start in response to what events. http://www.appbrain....roid.autostarts

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BLUE BIONIC / RED REMIX / ORANGE OCTANE - CM7 - HDPI and MDPI

Orange Octane is my favourite (Red & Blue not tested)

Available on Market.

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Should I put it in the guide? Stable and stuff? Any problems on they blade?

For me Honeybread is not working.

You are doing something wrong, try again and follow the guide.

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I've been thinking about this all day and I just cant get it, Do you mean that while any kind of data is enabled on the phone the signal bars are green but when data is off they are grey?

or do you mean that when 2g/2g is enabled they are green but when using wifi they are not? and you just get the wifi signal icon?

Does this mean that there is not different icons for 2g and 3g or is there a way to tell which your connected to?
also the icons for normal data ie 2g data and 3g data as in H or 3G+ are there any?
EDIT: Thanks targetbsp for the info on wutostarts
deleted some info to tidy up the thread


What i meant was that when connected to an Google services the bars are green. This can be contact sync, talk etc. So most of the time. Disable data and yes you lose connection to these Google services. Unless using wifi.

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hmm
that sounds like the signal bars/notification icons don't tell you visually whether your connected to 2G 3G or whichever and there is no way to tell which?
How will someone know if they are on 3G or 2G? or indeed 3G+ or 2.5G

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hmm
that sounds like the signal bars/notification icons don't tell you visually whether your connected to 2G 3G or whichever and there is no way to tell which?
How will someone know if they are on 3G or 2G? or indeed 3G+ or 2.5G


On our Blades/San Fran.

G is 2G...GPRS.
3G should display the 3G icon although i've not seen it.
H is 3G+...HSDPA.

EDIT:

Esentially it's the data icon that lets you know.

Edited by Frankish, 20 February 2011 - 11:53 AM.

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On our Blades/San Fran.

G is 2G...GPRS.
3G should display the 3G icon although i've not seen it.
H is 3G+...HSDPA.

EDIT:

Esentially it's the data icon that lets you know.



I never get G icon.
Insted I get E which means EDGE (2.5G)

http://en.wikipedia....r_GSM_Evolution

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I never get G icon.
Insted I get E which means EDGE (2.5G)

http://en.wikipedia....r_GSM_Evolution


Yeah i think it all depends on location and provider, on t_mobile UK and giffgaff all i ever got was G and H.

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Thanks everyone, the only one I don't get now is this icon.
anyone know?
Posted Image NO idea what this one means

Edit: the more I learn about this rom the more I like,
At the moment I'm back on FLB rom but will definately go back to the CM rom once they sort out a few more issues
The main one for me is the low mic gain level when recording using the recording app, handy for recording what's said if ever stopped by police" as they will always deny saying things or say you said something you didn't, but with the recording you have proof of what's been said.
Also dead handy for recording calls

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ok, I think I got it now, whether your connected to GSM, 3G or 3G+ the signal bars stay the same, it's just the download icons next to it what changes
Can someone confirm the meaning of the icons below please?
Posted Image Connected to GSM ie 2G data
Posted ImageConnected to 3G ie 3G data
Posted Image Connected to 3G but 3.5G data ie HDSPA

Anyone know what the icons below represent?
Posted Image I'm Guessing 2G but with 2.5G data ie Edge data???
and
Posted Image NO idea what this one means


Yeah E is just Edge. 2.5G.

1xRTT is a data transmission system used on CDMA networks that allows for connetion speeds of up to a theoretical limit of 144kbps in most implementations. Real world usage is typically much slower, though, coming in at somewhere around 80kbps. 1xRTT is often referred to as a 2.5G technology like GPRS, though it is officially a 3G technology according to the ITU's IMT-2000 spec.


EDIT:

So looks like 1x is only on CDMA American phones etc.

Edited by Frankish, 20 February 2011 - 12:34 PM.

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Some other themes for CM7 I've found here :D I haven't tested them yet, but they should work on our Blades :D

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Thanks Frankish that's cleared that up nicely

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Some other themes for CM7 I've found here :D I haven't tested them yet, but they should work on our Blades :D


That's a good thread! That seems to be pretty much all the themes I've found on my travels around the internet linked into 1 thread!

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Some other themes for CM7 I've found here :D I haven't tested them yet, but they should work on our Blades :)



Thanks it's nice thread :D I just installed Blue Buzzer W/ Circle Percentage icons and I really like it :)

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