Will Verduzco · Jul 30, 2011 at 06:00 am

Add Some Blue Style to Your MIUI Torch App

Sometimes it’s the little touches that can make or break a product’s user experience. Torch applications are apparently no exception to this. Thanks to the work of XDA forum member demo23019, the MIUI Torch application has now had some style injected into it.

By changing the color scheme from a ghastly orange to a soothing blue, the theme maker was able to bring a modern touch to the otherwise simple app. If you’re a MIUI user, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t give this a shot! Even if you’re not running MIUI, a user has reported success on CyanogenMod 7.

In the words of the modified app’s creator:

For anyone who is using MIUI i changed up the orange to blue for the theme I made and figured id share…enjoy

This will not flash it has to be pushed into system/app/ directory make sure you backup old torch with titanium or just save to SD card… if someone can make a flash-able version i wont stop you 

*UPDATE… someone confirmed it working on CM7*

Be sure to continue on to the application thread to get started. Also, if you’re daring enough to try this on a non-MIUI ROM, be sure to post your experiences.


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