orb3000 · Feb 16, 2011 at 09:00 pm

App – Simply Change an Icon on Android

If you want to change any icon on your Android device, XDA member whiskeybro presents this application to accomplish this task the easy way. You may change the application name as well from your computer, just plug your device via USB cable, run the application, and start personalizing. The latest update has added language support and installation method via USB. Be sure to select the .apk (Android Package File) you want to modify and then proceed.
Please leave feedback for the developer if you like it or find any bugs.

Originally posted by whiskeybro
[APP] Simply change an icon on your Android phone (Update APK Edit V0.3)

APK Edit V0.3

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Ever wanted to simply change an icon on your Android phone and found yourself lost in the endless lists of forum posts saying: you have to change heaven and earth to do this…
NOT ANYMORE!!!!

APK Edit is born!

With this little program you can simply change icons of your android application.
It even lets you change the applications name.
But wait mike….. there’s more…..
It even lets you edit the text used in applications.

Sounds to good to be true…
Well… to be honest…. it is.
But I’ve come a long way from that initial question to the final answer.
My conclusion so far, it works for most of my applications.
It probably will work on most of yours as well.
Try it out now!

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