UOT Kitchen – Online Theme Kitchen for Android
XDA member mendozinas presents this kitchen theme for Android devices. It takes files from your ROM and adds any modifications you choose. It works for most custom deodexed Froyo (2.2) and Gingerbead (2.3.x) roms. The kitchen features support for stock odexed roms, support for GB roms with Sense, optional Theme preview, overscroll glowing, font packs, supporting Theme Chooser for CM7 ROM´s, enable transparency in status bar for GB ROM´s, edify and amend installation script, and much more. Lastly, it supports HDPI and MDPI resolutions.
If you find it useful, please leave your comments.
Originally posted by mendozinas
Ultimate Online Theme Kitchen
KITCHEN REACHED 200 000 REQUESTS !!!
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