This is a discussion on Can you awesome people help me out? :) within the Nexus One Development & Hacking forums, part of the Nexus One category; Originally Posted by kc.rkitek oh shoot...I just reread your request. I must be losing my mind...you want the cyan colored power control widget back?!? The ...
Should look like this in the command window with the text you'll type in red:Code:adb devices adb remount adb shell rm system/app/Settings.apk exit adb push Settings.apk /system/app adb reboot
Give that a shot...
I just tried swapping again on my phone and it went fine. Are you're 100% certain you typed it exactly as I showed? Including the capitalization of "Settings" in the commands? The file MUST be called "Settings.apk" and the command MUST be:
adb push Settings.apk /system/app
Last thing...do you have "Hide extensions for known file types" disabled in your Windows settings? If you're not sure, refer to this:
How to Show File Extensions in Windows
Disable it if it isn't already. Then look in your SDK tools directory and make sure the file is still "Settings.apk" not "Settings.apk.apk" or something else entirely...I've seen this happen more than once!
And one more thing, just to be positive your pushing the cyan colored Settings.apk...
1. Copy it from you SDK tools directory into a new temporary folder on your desktop.
2. rename the file in the temp folder from "Settings.apk" to "Settings.zip" and extract it there.
3. Go into the \res\drawable-hdpi directory of what you extracted and look at the following images:
They should all be the cyan color...is that true?
yes i'm very sure i typed it in fine, i have the hide file extensions disabled too!
and i checked to see if the colors were cyan and they are!
hmmm, what the heck is going on?! no matter what i do the colors stay green! ughgh!
all those steps worked for you to change the colors back to cyan??
They worked for me to switch from cyan -> green -> cyan -> greenall those steps worked for you to change the colors back to cyan??
I did it like 4 times to be sure I wasn't mistaken!
Are you running a cache cleaner of any kind? Not sure if it would make a difference, but you might try that. I can't imagine the images are getting cached somewhere for quicker access, but it's worth a try. CacheCleaner on the market is free...
I'll see if I can find any of these images cached in the filesystem.
the only other thing I can think of is to clear Setting's data and cache...
go to Settings>Applications>Manage applications
then hit menu soft-key and "filter" and "all"
scroll down and select Settings then hit the "Clear cache" & "Clear data" button...
Anything happen there??