Unofficial XDA TWRP Recovery Theme Now Also for 1080p Devices
Many may question the need to theme their Android recovery. After all, recovery partitions are strictly utilitarian by nature. But as recoveries are becoming user friendly, the overall look of the UI should be brought up to par as well. And if you’ve been earning your Frequent Flasher miles, you might as well make the experience even more pleasurable when trying out those latest kernel updates and nightly ROM builds.
Not too long ago, we talked about a rather unique set of TWRP recovery themes for 720p devices created by XDA Senior Member Primokorn. At the time, one in particular caught our eye. That was, of course, the unofficial XDA theme.
Unfortunately, these recovery themes were only compatible with 720p devices. And since most new flagships now ship with 1080p screens, many on modern devices were left out cold. Now, Primokorn has also created 1080p TWRP themes. And yes, our favorite unofficial XDA TWRP theme is there as well.
Make your way over to the TWRP themes thread to upgrade the visuals in your TWRP experience on your 1080p device. And if you’re looking for the previously covered 720p thread, look no further.
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