Originally Posted by vinaychandra
Actually, I would like change the whole view. Not the background. Something like switching the current touchwiz pulldown to something like that of cyanogenmod pull down for example. I hate the toggles in the pull down. And of course, something new is always better. Please do not suggest that flash cyanogenmod because I would like to have the dual sim feature.
Why would I suggest you flash a different ROM when you are specifically asking for themeing/modding the stock TW?
I get the toggles on stock look bad and dated, when I was on stock, I was using a combination of Xposed modules to completely change the notification pulldown view.
Basically everything can be themed there,
XBattery Themer - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2516074
Has a wide wariety of battery themes, but this one is for battery only
XBackground - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2342570
For notifcation and settings (includes install screen background) background
XQuick Settings Toggles Themer - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2363938
This is the main one you need. This is specifically for themeing the notification toggles like Wi-Fi, Data icons etc.
My personal favorite is the Vicino (check spelling) theme, it has a faded white toggle that turns blue on active
Sample theme -
Lastly, you can use Wanam to hide things like "No Notification" as well as to theme the notifications, toggles and notification pulldown in any color, gloss or gradient you want. You can even change the font and style of Date and clock and their positions.
Wanam - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2383484
Similar features are also available in XBlast but Wanam is TW specific so it work more efficiently.
XBlast - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2294419
All these toggles have been personally tested and confirmed working by me on 4.2.2 stock TouchWiz
Some of these modules might already be available in GENNXT but since there has been no recent release of the ROM, I would recommend you remove them as system applications and re-install them as apks for the current themes that might be available in them.
All of these with more modules are listed on this page I gave you before - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2327541
Check post #2 for full list of Touchwiz modules.