SUBSTRATUM Posts on XDA

XDA News of the Week: OnePlus 5 Launches, Yota Phone Announced & Substratum Beta Released

https://youtu.be/lru1VjRoAiQ While the week still is not over, we thought the news about the new OnePlus 5 could not wait any longer. In this video, Joe gives us a roundup of all the latest news from the XDA site. Below are all the links to the news covered in the video: OnePlus Launches the OnePlus 5 with...

Collection of Working Substratum UI Overlays for the Galaxy S8+

At the start of last week, we showed you that XDA Recognized Developer / Recognized Themer nicholaschum had been working on Substratum for Samsung devices running Android 7.0+ without root. As we pointed out, you'll want to be care with what overlay you actually apply a theme to, but XDA Senior Member Tigerhoods is helping to gather up a collection...

Magisk Module for Systemless Substratum Lets You Use Themes in Legacy Mode

Using Substratum in Legacy Mode (which many devices are required to do) generally means that your /system partition gets modified and this is something that not everyone is happy with doing. To solve this on their Galaxy S6 Edge+, XDA Member  Nodens came up with a Magisk Module that lets you use Substratum in Legacy Mode,...

Substratum Beta for Unrooted Samsung Experience/TouchWiz ROMs Now Available

XDA users are quite fond of substratum, a theme engine that has assumed the mantle of previous projects and is quickly becoming not only a standard among tinkerers, but also an all-time favorite. This theme engine has been made available on all sorts of devices, with a Play Store application and a rootless release for OMS-based...

Substratum Release 780 Brings Android O DP3 Support, Encrypted Assets for Anti-Piracy, and More!

Substratum has been working on a few new features for the theming community, and they are giving themers and users a chance to try out the new goodies. The latest Substratum Release 780 brings new features such as Encrypted Assets and Android O DP3 Support along with a whole host of performance and bug fixes. Encrypted Assets...

Substratum Theme for the Nexus 6P Lets You Move the Status Bar Clock on Android O

Some custom ROMs let the user customize where the clock in the status bar is, but not everyone wants to install a custom ROM for features like this. So XDA Recognized Contributor AL_IRAQI came up with a Substratum theme that does this for you on the Nexus 6P. Once installed (just like a regular Substratum theme is),...

Top Substratum Themes for May Part 2

In a previous post we featured the best Substratum themes for May. This is mainly because a lot of time and effort gets put into creating one of these UI tuners. After doing some digging, though, some more amazing themes emerged. Outline Next is Outline, a theme that really needs to get more recognition. It's that good. The...

Google May Finally Enable Custom Themes Built on Sony’s RRO Framework

In case you aren't already aware, Google has released the second Android O Developer Preview (Android O DP2) during yesterday's I/O event. We've already done a deep dive into everything new we've found thus far, but there was one thing about DP2 that was bugging me. Everyone who received the beta update or manually flashed...

Android Dev Weekly 03: What’s new in the world of Themes, ROMs, and Mods

In this Android Dev Weekly, we'll cover updates from many areas of the Android enthusiast world including substratum, team GroundZero's new application, the Bliss family of ROMs, and the Arise Family Feud. substratum Space integration management The stock option letting users clearing substratum's app data has now been disabled. This particular integration is currently under development. However, users can...

Best Substratum Themes for May

If you're a fan of Substratum then you're not going to want to miss these picks for the best themes this May. You can also find tons of new themes in the Android Themes XDA forum. Flux Flux theme for Substratum is designed with pixel perfect precision to give your phone a completely new modern look and feel!...

OTGSubs Lets You Create and Package Substratum Themes Directly on a Phone or Tablet

Substratum is an incredibly popular theming system for smartphones and tablets running compatible firmware. It has evolved from Sony's RRO framework and used to be called Layers until it evolved into the Substratum project that we know of today. We've talked about Substratum on multiple occasions here on XDA and have even produced a few...

Theming App Elements with Substratum

In this XDA TV video, Rawad continues his series of tutorials related to Substratum theming. Previously we learned how to create a simple substratum theme and how to customize icons. In this video you will learn how to change the color of a specific element within an app. Visit the XDA Themes forum for more Substratum...