How to Center the Status Bar Clock in Android Lollipop
If you're like me, things just seem to look better when they're symmetrical. While Android's status bar icons are indeed weighted against the notifications that show up on the left side of this area, the balance still seems skewed to the right.
A popular fix for this in the past has been to center the clock in the status bar—pulling it from the far right to the middle. Past mods, however, have been rendered obsolete by Android 5.0 Lollipop.
That is, of course, until Android themer Napoleon First stepped in and made a Flashable ZIP mod with Lollipop compatibility. Symmetry lovers who own any 5.0.1 Nexus device can now breathe a sigh of relief.
Next, you'll have to boot your phone or tablet into custom recovery in order to flash the mod. Start by powering your device completely off. When the screen goes black, press and hold the volume down and power buttons simultaneously. This will bring up Android's bootloader menu.
From here, press the volume down button twice to highlight "Recovery mode," then press the power button to select it. Your custom recovery should come up momentarily.
From TWRP's main menu, tap the "Install" button to begin. After that, navigate to your device's Download folder and select the center_clock.zip file.
Next, simply swipe the slider at the bottom of the screen to install the mod. When it's finished, tap "Reboot System."
When you get back up, the status bar clock should now be moved to the center of the screen—gorgeous, right?
To get the clock back on the right alignment, simply flash this revert ZIP file just as you did the center clock file in recovery. When you boot back up after flashing, your clock will be back the way Google intended it to be.