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Notification Menu Changer Excuse Me!JS3 for Android
XDA member aditya104 presents an alternative for the Android notification menu. Now you can have a different image for it because the graphic that the developer provides on the original thread has been positive received by other members who also contributed by posting their personal selected image for that menu. It´s highly recommended to use a root explorer or adb to Push touchwizframework-res.apk to /system/framework and reboot.
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Originally posted by aditya104
[Notification Menu]Excuse Me! JS3
I was using VA Mix V1 theme for my SGS. I just changed the background of the notification menu.
I am using this on Doc’s rom JS3. I have made a CWM flashable zip but I am not too sure if it will work. So, I recommend using the method in post 2.
Recommendation, Push touchwizframework-res.apk to /system/framework and reboot.
You can use root explorer or adb for that.
Click on image to download respective file. Stock and VA Mix V1
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