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Release v0.1

Features:
  • High visibility; theme brightness adjusts to enhance readability of certain screens and prompts
  • Custom screen experimentation; fancy about box, awesome mounting page
  • A beautiful, calm theme which takes makes troubleshooting your Kindle fun!

Known issue(s):
  • Progress bar is too dark, but still visible

DOWNLOAD (3.52 MB)
Please give me a thanks or a high five if you like this theme! You won't regret it.

Installation instructions are included in the download. Again, comments/suggestions are always welcome! Thanks, and enjoy the theme!
Amazon Kindle Fire: Rooted, CM7, twrp 2.0.0

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I would use it, looks clean good job!

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I would absolutely use this. Very nice!
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Looks Great!
 
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Well, this looks awesome. I can't wait to see the finished product.
 
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Wow! definitely an upgrade from the grey
 
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Definitely like it. This could just be my own personal idea but I think no button backgrounds would be kinda sweet. Maybe I'm just a big fan of a minimalist theme but that seems to be what you're going for.
 
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I get that you can do this... But I don't really get the point. How often are you actually in recovery?

Seems it would be better time spent on a theme that you use all the time instead.

Looks nice though.
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I get that you can do this... But I don't really get the point. How often are you actually in recovery?

Seems it would be better time spent on a theme that you use all the time instead.

Looks nice though.
I don't know, man. I figure that some people care about the aesthetics of their device, and as a designer, I jump at any chance I have to improve an interface. I've already made my homescreen theme, so why not make a matching twrp theme?

There honestly is no point, really; twrp is fully functional as is. But if there is something that I can do to even remotely benefit the community, then why not? I'm learning in the process and hopefully this is an intro into some bigger projects.

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