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  • About OhayouBaka
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    United Kingdom - Three
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    United Kingdom
    Substratum theme developer, Android enthusiast
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    DEVICES: Essential PH-1 - Stock ROM (Android 9.0), Samsung Galaxy S8+ Exynos - LightROM (Android 8.0)
    OLD DEVICES: Huawei Mate 10 Pro, OnePlus 3T, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Sony Xperia XZ, Huawei Nexus 6P, OnePlus One, Sony Xperia Z3, HTC One M7, Samsung Galaxy S3
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    Moto E
    Samsung Galaxy S8+
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  • Join Date: 18th November 2015
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https://i.imgur.com/X2cbcqF.png Since Good Lock looks like it's been silently discontinued (no word on an update for Nougat to this day), I've taken the liberty to replace it with this, revamping the SystemUI with AOSP-style icons (and some extr...
https://i.imgur.com/u2e8vLr.png Make elements of your lockscreen transparent on your Samsung device (status bar, clock, bottom lock icon/unlock/charging text), for a cleaner look or for custom KLWP lockscreens. Screenshots in Play Store links, ...
If you've used Android N-ify with Good Lock, you will have known that there's an annoying bug, that the Good Lock settings icon overlaps the alarm section when the Quick Settings is expanded. This will fix that, and fix up a few things in Good L...
https://i.imgur.com/4XC329j.png Ever wanted an AMOLED black theme for Samsung Oreo, in the style of Pixel 2's Oreo? And with plenty of aesthetic system accent colours to choose from? Well, look no further! Introducing, yoru. Huge thanks to InFla...
Since Substratum for Samsung is now official, I've been working on some AOSP-styled status bar icons for Samsung devices, here's a sneak peek of how it looks like on my Galaxy S8+. Sent from my SM-G955F using XDA Labs