Analog, Red & Blue Battery and Signal Bar Styles for Android
Bored with your battery status on Android devices? If you want to try a new style, we present the work of XDA member castaway1. Six colors and styles combinations can be found on the original thread, such as analog, battery, bars styles in red and blue colors. The developer is also open to receive requests of new styles.
On the latest update, you can find some signal bars styles as well.
Originally posted by castaway1
Analog,red and blue (no only) battery styles
i was bored with clasic battery style so i make my own battery styles ill share it. Let me know what style you want to see here.Feedbacks are high appreciated.
+ analog battery style
+ analog battery style blue
+ red battery style
+ blue battery style
+ red signal indicator style
+ blue signal indicator style
+ flashable blue on white bar style
ALWAYS USE NANDROID BACKUP!
Png file is needed to push manualy.Im used ninjamorph.
zip files that contain word “signed” are flashable.
You can find more information in the styles thread.
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