[GUIDE]: How to Get Galaxy S5/ Touchwiz Look on Any CM Based Rom

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By willi9070, Senior Member on 27th August 2014, 09:17 AM
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We know that most people are not fan of Samsung's Touchwiz UI, because of its laggy and has a lot of bloat, But many of us do like the look and its style . So this is a really simple guide is for those who are on CM based custom rom and want to experience Latest Touchwiz look without giving up on performance front.


Phone- Your device must be running any CM based custom rom
1- Nova Launcher (Latest Version) Here

2- CM Touchwiz Theme Here

3- Xwidget Here

Download above apps and follow the below Guide:

1: install all the apps
2: set the cm touchwiz theme
3: download galaxy 5 widget in Xwidget app
4: Set nova launcher as your default launcher
5: configure nova launcher like this:
Desktop> Scroll indicator> choose the dotted one
Dock> check Label Icons
Dock> Dock Height> Set it large (keep it default if you like that way)
Look and Feel> Icon theme> Sytem
Look and Feel> Icon Font> Condensed
Keep the rest default, change it only if you want

6: Get back to Homescreen , set xwidget galaxy s5 widget

Now you have Galaxy S5 or Touchwiz look without giving up your custom ROM features and performance

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