One Stop Shop for Sprint Galaxy S III Theming
When it comes to device tinkering, most users are excited by things like root and custom recovery. However, one thing that has become a staple is theming. Back in the good old days, theming took place in ROMs, and users chose ROMs in part because of the themes included. Now, there are various theme engines out there that help make a user’s phone truly their own.
One team of theamers hopes to accomplish this on the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S III. The team includes XDA Senior Member rompnit and the following members:
The mods are very diverse. There are some battery mods, SystemUI, notification pull downs themes, notification toggles, clocks, icons, labels, framework mods, and full blown theme packs. It is really a nice set of mods to help users customize their devices. More is planned, as the themers plan on making many more releases. The mods are made for LJ7 Jelly Bean ROMs, but do keep in mind that these could overwrite features in custom ROMs. Because of this, the mods are best suited if you’re running a stock ROM.
For more details, check out the original thread.
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