Gabika or Gabika318's Oplogo Modder currently only allows users to hide "ONLY ONE" option on their standby. I.e, you can choose to hide only the operator logo, the time or date. In my guide, i explain how u can hide all 3 of them or 2. If u want to make ur fone hide more than one option, then follow this guide and make the file, and send it to Gabika and he'll simply integrate it into his mod, it's that simple.
I just figured out you can hide more than one option on your standby, i hope this guide will be useful to many people, and hopefully you guys can help Gabika318 and make his life easier because this will greatly contribute to his Oplogo Mod, he's doing a lot of work for us and he has to work with hex editing for different phones, so hopefully this will make it easier for him, and plus he'll be able to release new versions even quicker with the help of the community since you guys just have to give him the edited file for him to add to his mod. Basically, if you want him to make mod for u faster, it's best to do it yourself and send it to him rather than wait for him to edit for you.
BTW this is my first guide so ya it'll suck lol.
Okay now on to the guide, first you'll need a Hex Editor. I use XVI32 coz it's really simple, i couldn't even get Hex Workshop to work, it annoys me
if you already have a Hex Editor then don't worry about downloading this one.
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Now, go to:
and copy the zam_****_default01.rsc file to your memory card, or your external memory. Connect ur fone to ur computer and copy the file to your PC.
Now open up your zam_****_default01.rsc file with your Hex Editor. Different fones have different file names, so the **** will be the one your phone uses. Here's a list of the files each fone uses:
W960i: zam_mooi_... rsc
G900: zam_... rsc
since i use W950i, the **** is "nina".
Okay from here on is pretty easy, type CTRL+F to bring up the Find or Search box. Under "Text String", search for these words:
the network is obviously the operator logo that shows on your standby, e.g. Vodafone
the time is obviously the time on the bottom left, and the date is on the bottom right.
Say if i want to hide the time, i'll bring up the Find/Search box and select "Text String", and search "time_ctrl".
Now if you look at the screenshot, see the "auC" word after time_ctrl? Click on the letter before "auC".
Now look at the hex value on the left side, see how 73 is selected? Replace that hex value with your desired choice. So, go to the Edit, and choose Overwrite string. (I'm using hex editor XVI32 so it might be different if you're using a different hex editor.).
The hex values for W950i is:
42= Main Menu
74 = Date
d7 = Hide
so say if i want to hide the time, i will replace the hex value 73 with d7. That's it, that's how simple it is, after you're done, just save it.
The rest is pretty straightforward, if you want to hide the date, search for date_ctrl, click on the letter before the "auC" and edit the hex value of that letter.
Basically, the only value you edit is always the letter/hex value before the word "uaC".
I suggest everyone post the hex values for their phone in this topic, so it makes it easier for others to find what values they need to edit.
Also, i suggest you save the file appropriately so it makes it easier for Gabika318 to put them in his mod.
E.g. If i hide the time, operator logo & date, i will name my file to:
zam_nina_default01 (hide time, logo & date).rsc
and all Gabika318 has to do is delete the "(hide time, logo & date) and he's done. That way, he knows exactly what modified file it is. I suggest to you all to create multiple types, because some people might only want to hide time & date, but some might want to hide time & logo, and some might want to hide all 3 of them etc. So ya, save different versions of them.
If you find anymore options to hide, please post in this topic as well.
Also, if anyone with a W950i knows how to hide the walkman bar on standby, please tell me coz it annoys me so much and i couldn't find out what hex value it uses.
Last edited by chaoscreater; 30th October 2008 at 10:48.