orb3000 · Jul 22, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Android Black Market Theme

I don´t know about you, but I don´t quite like the new market even if the change was necessary. As soon as the new Android market arrived to our devices, an inverted black theme appeared on our forums. This was the work done by XDA member ecsnead69, which is beautiful and offers full UI views, just as the white original one. The member mentions that his inverted theme is NOT the pirate app and be sure you don´t have a vending app in \data\app. If you do, the theme will not work.

Let the member know about your experience with the theme by leaving your feedback.

Originally posted by ecsnead69
This is my inverted version of the latest market. It is NOT the pirate app!!Thanks to B-boy and a guy on here that was able to find one $*@#!@ of a smali edit!

This is the latest version, 3.0.27… Just got it today…..

Instructions:

First, verify that you DO NOT have a vending app in \data\app!!!!! If you do this will not install!!! You will need to uninstall updates before flashing my zip… Settings>Applications>Manage Applications>”ALL” tab>Market>Uninstall Upates

Next, download the file for your phone.. I have verified the first to work for the D1 and the Fascinate. And the Thunderbolt zip has also been verified. The others are blank zips for that particular phone.. if they work for you, PLEASE post so that I can verify that they work….

Once downloaded, move the zip to the root of your SD card and flash in recovery, Enjoy!!!!

Continue on to the theme thread to find more.


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