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[MOD][CM11] Dark Holo Theme

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1st February 2014, 01:50 AM |#1  
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Dark Holo:
1) The default button press is changed from orange to blue.
2) The progress bar is changed from yellow to white.
3) The default gradient background is changed to a solid dark gray (background for settings menu and the default background for many other apps). The gradient is replaced with a solid background to prevent screen flickering at high brightness levels.

Dark Holo Blue:
1) holo blue (#33b5e5) accents (~100 resource files changed to holo blue in the framework)
2) holo blue button press
3) holo blue progress bar
4) solid dark gray background.

Dark Holo Amber
1) holo amber (#f49155) accents (~125 resource files changed to holo amber in the framework)
2) holo amber button press
3) holo amber progress bar
4) solid dark gray background.

MD5 (dark holo): 95632c132176a8a39dd5b4ea87a18e83
MD5 (dark holo blue): c0113396cd830229733fad4e0a361c67
MD5 (dark holo amber): 52bd6d9890e5d96679e98c2c9d965f8d

Instructions: Apply CWM flashable zip inside recovery.

Supported models: p31xx

Requirements: CM11 or OmniRom installed.
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