mustangtim49 · Jun 22, 2012 at 03:30 am

Power Menu and QuickPanel Mods for MDPI Xperia ICS

Most XDA forum members know the benefits of rooting. In fact, it’s the main reason many of us originally joined. Rooting allows users to modify devices in ways not possible without acquiring superuser permissions.

For those who happen to own an MDPI Sony Xperia device, XDA Senior Member draco_ag has a cool and practical mod. The modification gives users reboot options in the Power Menu dialogue and also a Quick Panel in notification area with 15 working toggles. There are also some other mods that come with this package such as a modified call screen. Other features include a new black keyboard to better suit the ICS color scheme and 1% battery mod in status bar.

If you have a rooted MDPI Xperia  and are looking for some useful minor mods, head over to the original thread.


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