ElCondor · Jun 7, 2010 at 06:38 am

White Notification Bar for Your Droid Eris!

For those who don’t like the dark HTC Sense notification bar on the Droid Eris, XDA member stopxstart has created a nice mod that replaces it with the original white Android notification bar.
There is no simple update.zip (yet) to install it, so you’ll have to push 3 files to get it working.

You’ll need to have a rooted Droid Eris, and it might not work with all ROMs.

Originally posted by stopxstart

Currently this has only been tested to work 100% with:

  • Evil Eris 2.0.1 (It will, however, break the Sense launcher. So if you want the white bar, use another launcher)
  • Ic3Rom 2.0

It DOES NOT work on:

  • TaintedVanilla 1.3.1
  • Or any rom that has it’s System/Framework apk’s and jar’s odexed.

Please let me know if it works with any others.

To install, just push the 3 files and reboot. Booting takes about 5 minutes so be patient.
You can find more information and download in the mod thread.


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