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DIY your own Theme for your lovely X3

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We just developed a firmware tools so people can un package the firmware, and them you can replace the origianl theme, includes fonts, color, icon, and background with your own design.

 

Please downloda the tools from http://www.filedropper.com/firmwaretools

 

I hope people can discuss how to DIY the theme and it is quite simple if you just want to replace the background or the fonts. but it may take you a lots of

 

time to design a full theme files .

post #2 of 252

Very nice JamesFiiO.

 

Yet another reason that I recommend your company's products to all that ask about audio related gear.

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Subbed~

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Does this mean that the system files are also open and we could soon have Rockbox for the X3?

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Originally Posted by uzi2 View Post
 

Does this mean that the system files are also open and we could soon have Rockbox for the X3?

 

sorry not, maybe in the future cause we are busy in so many work and X5.

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I'm looking through these files and this is amazing. Thank you very much, it is so much more than DIY the theme.


 

Just did a quick kinda cool DIY startup screen and shutdown screen and battery mod for the X3

 

 

The files I modded for start and shut screen are shown here:

 

Let me know if anyone needs a quick diy on how to access, unpack, repack and do some basic modifications of files. I'll make a video


Edited by bowei006 - 10/8/13 at 1:42am
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Hello JamesFiiO,

is it possible to add a new translation via this tool? I did try to add my home language (Italian) without any success.

BTW, great initiative!

 

Thank you.

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Originally Posted by EtS13 View Post
 

Hello JamesFiiO,

is it possible to add a new translation via this tool? I did try to add my home language (Italian) without any success.

BTW, great initiative!

 

Thank you.

 

thanks, I will try

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i'm hard at work creating a simple black&red theme, by this time tomorrow i hope i can upload it here.

 

thanks for this tool, James!

 

one question i have: how can i remove languages without screwing up the filesystem?

 

i can remove all language packs apart from chinese simplified&traditional if i want to use/select english so far...

post #10 of 252
I was able to add the Russian language in the firmware . More specifically I replaced the Spanish to Russian . When you first boot I choose Spanish , but in fact the interface is displayed in Russian .
Why not add a single new language? The fact that the number of languages ​​available in firmware stored in the file sys.bin. Sys.bin - it's all the code firmware that can be accessed only developers FiiO. Therefore, you can not add a new language. But you can substitute another language localization files , like I did .
Delete languages ​​that you do not use can not be ! This can cause problems with the firmware.
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Originally Posted by wiser87 View Post

I was able to add the Russian language in the firmware . More specifically I replaced the Spanish to Russian . When you first boot I choose Spanish , but in fact the interface is displayed in Russian .
Why not add a single new language? The fact that the number of languages ​​available in firmware stored in the file sys.bin. Sys.bin - it's all the code firmware that can be accessed only developers FiiO. Therefore, you can not add a new language. But you can substitute another language localization files , like I did .
Delete languages ​​that you do not use can not be ! This can cause problems with the firmware.

 

as FiiO had an external party build the device software, i think most of the code is proprietary, and that's why it's not possible.

 

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i'm almost done with my theme, i've only to edit a few files.

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about the language supports, it is not a simple work to us just replace some fonts, we need to change a lots of content and make sure there are not problem about the translation. 

 

anyway, with the help from our customers, we will support more language in the future when we have enough time. 

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some initial Themes from our users in China.

 

 

 

 

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I didn't realize Hatsune Miku was so popular in China.

 

Does FiiO endorse Miku-chan? :rolleyes:

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https://mega.co.nz/#!mIYGUCKB!O69r8AnUaNbX_Xlc6yf6Okxh4hxhG1oep_SIRv7g9zI old and outdated. see page 6 for current version.

 

i'm done.

give it a try, it's very minimalistic

 

please let me know what you think about it, if anything could use a change, etcetera.

 

i'm mostly interested if anyone sees anything green coloured (apart from the battery), or pink.

 

there were some images that didn't seem to be used, and i gave them those colours to test this.


Edited by CH23 - 1/21/14 at 3:20am
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