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Default [SC86][THEME] Custom TWRP Themes


I made this thread because I know some people like myself, might not know about other threads in other sections, that still might apply to our device, the S4...

TO INSTALL:

Open up TWRP folder on internal sd card
Create folder named theme (case sensitive)
Download any of these zips, change its name to ui.zip
Move the ui.zip file to the theme folder you just created
Restart into recovery.

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I'll just link to the threads I've found with custom twrp themes. Follow my instructions and it'll work fine. Some of these are different sizes, but they all look fine on the s4.



This one is an aroma installer. I'm not sure if anyone wants to try using it with the s4, but you can extract the theme zips from inside, and then follow my steps above.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2492623

http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...light-t2405512

http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexu...hread-t2035234

@The Sickness created this amazing thread
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2511282


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My SGS4 Theme ( Taking Req. )
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2658527

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I'm going to be making a few of these myself. Check back in a week or so.

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Ah, yea, it can be fun lol. I'm currently porting some of NorthLight, Primokorn and as well as z31s1g's themes. So far, I have knocked out XDA_Origin, Pip_Boy_V3, and Holofied Play. Got much more to do lol. Anyways, good luck.
 
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I'm using 2701 and have done everything right but only get the splash sn of the theme then goes back to default can anyone help? I have tries both ways flash & ui.zip

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I'm using 2701 and have done everything right but only get the splash sn of the theme then goes back to default can anyone help? I have tries both ways flash & ui.zip

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Splash screen is found within the recovery itself, and not the theme. Are you using the correct resolution for your device? Have you gone to your TWRP folder on your device and then created a subfolder called, themes, and within that subfolder, placed the ui.zip?

TWRP > themes > ui.zip

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