POSTS TAGGED: Themes
Posted October 27, 2014 at 06:00 pm by GermainZ
Most Android launchers are extremely customizable, and many users like to experiment with different launcher themes and icon packs to get the perfect look. Some launchers also allow you to pick icons on a per activity basis, which comes in handy when trying to give each page its own style, or if you just want to style the home screen without changing the app drawer’s icons.
While most launchers agree on a basic set of rules for themes and icon packs, originally made popular by ADW Launcher, some aren’t fully compatible with these standards or require themers to use their own methods for certain features (e.g. GO Launcher and icon masks). Similarly, some themes and icon packs are exclusive to certain . . . READ ON »
Posted June 12, 2014 at 10:00 am by Jimmy McGee
If you spend any amount of time on XDA, you probably also spend a lot of time in your recovery. Perhaps you hate blue, or perhaps you just want to change things up a little. And since we like changing things, wouldn’t it be great if you could apply themes to your TWRP Recovery more easily?
XDA Senior Member ScumpinatoS offers up an application that allows you apply themes to your TWRP Recovery very easily. In this video, XDA Developer TV Producer TK reviews TWRP Theme Manager. TK shows off the application, its uses, and functionality, and then he gives his thoughts on the application. Check out this app review.. . . READ ON »
Posted January 28, 2014 at 09:30 am by Jimmy McGee
We all love the intricate behind the scenes tweaks that improve battery life, performance, and allow us to unlock or root our devices, but sometimes you just want to make your phones look cool. There are many themes available out there, and sometimes you want change your themes quickly and easily. With this Xposed Module, now you can.
In this episode of XDA Xposed Tuesday, XDA Developer TV Producer TK reviews the HKThemeManager Xposed Module by Forum Member hdbk1986 that allows you to change your themes whenever the mood strikes you. TK shows off the module and gives his thoughts, so check out this Xposed Tuesday video.. . . READ ON »
Posted December 18, 2013 at 04:30 am by wildstang83
In a never ending customizable world of Android, developers and hobbyists alike are on a constant journey to make our devices more efficient and better match our personalities. We like to tweak anything we can get our hands on, whether it be a new wallpaper, the hottest new icon pack from The Phlash, or a fully customized theme.
In this article, we’re bringing focus to what one such XDA member has been doing to make his device better, and what he has to offer the rest of the community because of it. Meet XDA Senior Member Shaftamle.
Shaftamle has been hard at work with his hobby of modifying his Android phone, including the keyboard from his favorite ROM. More specifically, the Google Keyboard (which also . . . READ ON »
Posted August 12, 2012 at 11:00 pm by Conan Troutman
It’s not a crazy thought to think that most of us spend a fair amount of time looking at either the status bar or notification drawer. It goes without saying then that you probably want to tweak these areas to suit the way you use your device. While some custom ROMs contain features to do this, you may not wish to run a different ROM for a simple tweak or that tweak simply may not be available. This app might just be what you’ve been looking for.
Omega Status Bar by XDA Forum Member A Dev@Calstro is a complete alternative to the stock status bar boasting a wide array of features from simply tweaking the clock to blacklisting specific notifications. It also supports custom themes from a third party or even yo. . . READ ON »
Posted February 16, 2012 at 03:00 pm by Former Writer
Custom ROMs are hard work. Developers spend days, weeks and even months ironing out bugs, getting the theme just right and otherwise perfecting their work. However, not everyone likes the same things or like the work but wish they could change just one thing about it.
For most users, these little changes can be easily overlooked and they can enjoy their experience with any ROM. For some, though, they like their tweaks and themes exactly how they want. It is with this in mind that XDA Senior Member dully79 has come up with a tutorial that will give users who are carrying the Samsung Galaxy S II the ability to give those ROMs those little tweaks they’ve been wanting.
The tutorial is pretty extensive and teaches u. . . READ ON »
Posted January 15, 2012 at 08:46 am by orb3000
Long time contributor XDA´er the0ne shows this vast and colorful collection of wallpapers for your Windows Phone all made in WVGA resolution.
This time you will find two sets, one with eight transparent wallpapers, and the second one with five no-transparent images; themes vary from superheroes to happy faces, for sure you´ll find some of your liking and get that special touch to your shinny device.
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Originally posted by the0ne
NEW *** Wallpapers for WP7 .. also avilable via the Windows Phone App
New Series are out Game of Thrones
Keep an eye on 1800pocketpc.com for the latest , you can also download them using the windows phone app
Wallpapers without Transparent Effect : : Forza 4 , Superman , Minimalist Super
Posted December 29, 2011 at 01:30 pm by Former Writer
Soon, compiling CyanogenMod for your phone will be as easy as opening a user interface and adding a little information. Or at least that’s the plan from CyanogenMod team member, and XDA Recognized Developer, lithid-cm, who has released an alpha version of this powerful new software which will, as the name implies, compile CyanogenMod for you.
As stated, it is an alpha release, so if you’re expecting to download it and start porting CM to every phone on XDA, then you should probably pull the brakes a little bit. The features as it is right now include:
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Check for repo installation on startup / or create a repo
Add and remove devices quickly and easily.
Remove all non english languages.
Remove live wallp
Posted September 1, 2011 at 09:49 am by orb3000
It´s been some time since you changed your UI style. Perhaps you are no longer an ORD addict, but in case you still are and if you have Cyanogen Mod 7 on your Android, here’s something new for your theme chooser. XDA member DaRk_dOg presents Crystal theme, a blend of cyan/transparent and carbon colors where the member has reworked every single image.
The theme works for HDPI and MDPI devices and you can also find an add-ons package, which includes wallpapers and some morphs.
Please leave your feedback.
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Originally posted by DaRk_dOg
“Crystal is a mix of cyan/transparent and carbon-like textures and colors. Every single image inside has been redesigned and not just retouched, in order to fit to th