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Customize the Status Bar on Your Galaxy S4 with Material Status Bar App


How to Get the Galaxy S4 Status Bar on Any Android Device Without Rooting




Introduction




The status bar is one of the most important parts of your Android device's user interface. It shows you important information such as the time, battery level, network signal, notifications, and more. But did you know that you can customize the look and feel of your status bar to match your preferences?




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In this article, we will show you how to get the Galaxy S4 status bar on any Android device without rooting. The Galaxy S4 status bar is a sleek and elegant design that features transparent background, colorful icons, and a centered clock. It also has some useful features such as quick settings, network speed indicator, and battery percentage.


If you are a fan of the Galaxy S4 or just want to try something new, follow along as we guide you through two methods to get the Galaxy S4 status bar on your Android device. Both methods are easy and safe, and do not require rooting your device or flashing any custom ROMs.


Method 1: Using Super Status Bar app




How to download and install Super Status Bar app




The first method we will show you is using a free app called Super Status Bar. This app lets you completely change the status bar on any Android device without rooting. You can choose from various themes, including the Galaxy S4 theme, or create your own custom theme.


To download and install Super Status Bar app, follow these steps:


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  • Open the Google Play Store app on your Android device and search for Super Status Bar.



  • Tap on the app icon and then tap on Install. Accept the permissions and wait for the app to download and install.



  • Once the app is installed, open it from your app drawer or home screen.



How to enable permissions and customize the status bar




Before you can use Super Status Bar app, you need to enable some permissions for it to work properly. You also need to customize the status bar according to your preferences. Here's how:



  • When you open Super Status Bar app for the first time, you will see some introductory pages. Swipe left until you reach the main menu.



  • Tap on Start on the main menu. You will see two toggles associated with the necessary permissions: Accessibility Service and Notification Access.



  • Tap on each toggle and you will be taken to the corresponding Settings page. Locate Super Status Bar on these pages and enable the permissions.



  • Once you have granted both permissions, go back to the app's main menu. You will see that the Start button has changed to Stop, indicating that the app's main service is running.



  • Now tap on Status Bar on the main menu. You will see two tabs: Custom and Modify.



  • If you want to use the Galaxy S4 theme, tap on Custom tab and then toggle on Enable custom status bar.



  • Tap on Theme and then select Galaxy S4 from the list of themes. You will see a preview of how your status bar will look like.



  • If you want to further customize your status bar, tap on Advanced settings. Here you can change various options such as icon size, color, position, animation, etc.



  • If you want to keep your original status bar, tap on Modify tab and then toggle on Enable modify status bar. Here you can change the clock position, battery icon, network speed indicator, etc.



  • When you are done with customizing your status bar, tap on the back button to save your changes and exit the app.



Pros and cons of using Super Status Bar app




Super Status Bar app is a simple and easy way to get the Galaxy S4 status bar on any Android device without rooting. However, it also has some pros and cons that you should be aware of:



Pros


Cons


- No root required


- May consume battery and memory


- Various themes and customization options


- May not work well with some devices or apps


- Quick settings and network speed indicator features


- May cause some glitches or crashes


Method 2: Using Xposed Framework and Wanam Xposed module




How to download and install Xposed Framework and Wanam Xposed module




The second method we will show you is using Xposed Framework and Wanam Xposed module. Xposed Framework is a powerful tool that lets you modify your Android device's system without flashing any custom ROMs. Wanam Xposed is a module that lets you customize various aspects of your device, including the status bar.


To download and install Xposed Framework and Wanam Xposed module, follow these steps:



  • Open the Google Play Store app on your Android device and search for Xposed Installer.



  • Tap on the app icon and then tap on Install. Accept the permissions and wait for the app to download and install.



  • Once the app is installed, open it from your app drawer or home screen.



  • Tap on Framework on the app's main menu. You will see a message saying that Xposed Framework is not installed yet.



  • Tap on Install/Update and then tap on OK. You will see a warning message saying that installing Xposed Framework may cause boot loops or other issues.



  • Tap on OK again and then tap on Reboot. Your device will reboot and install Xposed Framework.



  • Once your device has rebooted, open Xposed Installer app again.



  • Tap on Download on the app's main menu. You will see a list of available modules for Xposed Framework.



  • Search for Wanam Xposed and tap on it. You will see the module's description and screenshots.



  • Tap on Download and then tap on Install. Wait for the module to download and install.



  • Once the module is installed, go back to the app's main menu and tap on Modules.



  • You will see Wanam Xposed listed among the active modules. Tap on the checkbox next to it to enable it.



  • Tap on Reboot to apply the changes.



How to activate and configure Wanam Xposed module




After you have installed and enabled Wanam Xposed module, you need to activate and configure it to get the Galaxy S4 status bar. Here's how:



  • Open Wanam Xposed app from your app drawer or home screen.



  • You will see a message saying that Wanam Xposed is not activated yet. Tap on Activate.



You will be taken to the Settings page of Wanam


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