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The answer is NO, However there is a workaround, but you will be required to program java. Extract the theme apk with http://www.decompileandroid.com and reprogram the app how you want. PS: If you cant code in java then the answer is no.


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As Sameer suggested in a comment, you can flash an Xperia ROM in your device, provided that the ROM has been ported for your device. A ROM is flashed when Android system isn't running, which means flashing a ROM is independent of the Android OS installed (Lollipop here) in your device. Since you've not mentioned which Xperia ROM you want to install in ...


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I've faced a similar issue when I flashed CM12 into my Moto E XT1022 and reverted back to stock. The solution was to boot into fastboot mode, erase modemst1 and modemst2 and flash the NON-HLOS.bin of KK ROM. You'll need the stock ROM files in order to do this. NOT A ROM BACKUP. The commands to use: fastboot erase modemst1 fastboot erase modemst2 fastboot ...


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So, I just went through this. I have the LG G3 D851. Not realizing that it went from CM12.0 to CM12.1. You WILL need to get the latest GAPPS. I did not, and ended up hosing my data causing me to have to wipe and start fresh. I am now running CM12.1 with GApps for 5.1 and starting the process of logging back in to everything and recover all of my 2-factor ...


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Have You rooted Your phone? Seems like accidently you have removed any one app which is required for gapps. The solution is to download gapps package for you android version and flash via recovery.



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