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So I recently saw a screenshot of someone running the stock ICS on their OSD (their claimed it was not a custom rom). How would one go about getting this. I have already updated to the orange ICS but I hate the default logos for text, phone, internet, and camera especially. I do not want to root my phone. Would I be able to install the XOLO update (http://www.xolo.in/x...oftware-upgrade) from USB even though I am already on a version of ICS? Would it cause any complications? Is there any other non-root way of changing app icons (i can live with the orange notification icons tbh.

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So I recently saw a screenshot of someone running the stock ICS on their OSD (their claimed it was not a custom rom). How would one go about getting this. I have already updated to the orange ICS but I hate the default logos for text, phone, internet, and camera especially. I do not want to root my phone. Would I be able to install the XOLO update (http://www.xolo.in/x...oftware-upgrade) from USB even though I am already on a version of ICS? Would it cause any complications? Is there any other non-root way of changing app icons (i can live with the orange notification icons tbh.

See my guide
http://www.modaco.co...60#entry2043595


They have already updated to Orange ICS. The only way to go from Orange to Xolo ICS is by rooting and using rickywyatt's AIO tool

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Nope, my method works with orange ICS too

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No my method works for orange ICS too

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Thanks! This worked perfectly! Only thing is the xolo ICS seems to have quick settings (wifi/bluetooth/location/sync/brightness) in the notification pulldown. I use widgetsoid as it gives me more quick settings in the notification pull down but the result is that I know have 2 quick settings bars when i pull the notification bar down. Anyway of disabling the quick settings? This is obviously just a minor niggle that would look a lot sleeker if i could get round it :)

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Yes you can but you must edit the build.prop which requires root..are you willing root your phone?

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Still not sure really. I'm mainly put off by the lack of removable battery so a little scared of bricking my phone. Tbh if it's gonna be a complex (for a noob) fix, I can live with it.

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