[TUT]Developing G3 TweaksBox Themes

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brolic925t

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So ive created a theme and i just want to know.. Is contacts themeable in messaging? I used the same line as i did for the contacts icons but the icons in messaging remain the same. Can anyone help?

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Ashrockr

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So ive created a theme and i just want to know.. Is contacts themeable in messaging? I used the same line as i did for the contacts icons but the icons in messaging remain the same. Can anyone help?

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Contact icons are themable!
Here are the lines which i've used in my msg theme. If you need something then you can take a look into mine msg theme.

Code:
<Drawable name="ic_no_contacts"/>
<Drawable name="ic_contact_picture_holo_light"/>
<Drawable name="ic_contact_picture2_holo_light"/>
<Drawable name="ic_contact_picture3_holo_light"/>
<Drawable name="ic_contact_picture4_holo_light"/>
 

brolic925t

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Contact icons are themable!
Here are the lines which i've used in my msg theme. If you need something then you can take a look into mine msg theme.

Code:
<Drawable name="ic_no_contacts"/>
<Drawable name="ic_contact_picture_holo_light"/>
<Drawable name="ic_contact_picture2_holo_light"/>
<Drawable name="ic_contact_picture3_holo_light"/>
<Drawable name="ic_contact_picture4_holo_light"/>
Yea thats exactly what i had, except the first line. For some reason they are themed in the popup but not in convo list[emoji47]

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brolic925t

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Hey by the way does anyone know how to change the yellow in the messaging qslide window. This is the only app i have no luck with lol

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---------- Post added at 06:23 PM ---------- Previous post was at 06:21 PM ----------

Nvmm.. It was a couple of posts ago

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Guys, I have problems with the status bar data icons. I my Android L theme the users should switch to AOSP signal icons. That icons should be the followings:

Code:
<Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_1x" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_3g" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_3gp" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_4g" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_e" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_g" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_h" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_hp" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_lte" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_roaming" />

I put the new png-s to the xxxhdpi folder but for example the LTE icon (text) will not be replaced. I checked the G3TWB command to this but no solution could be found. Any ideas?
 

brolic925t

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Contact icons are themable!
Here are the lines which i've used in my msg theme. If you need something then you can take a look into mine msg theme.

Code:
<Drawable name="ic_no_contacts"/>
<Drawable name="ic_contact_picture_holo_light"/>
<Drawable name="ic_contact_picture2_holo_light"/>
<Drawable name="ic_contact_picture3_holo_light"/>
<Drawable name="ic_contact_picture4_holo_light"/>
I decompiled your theme and have the same thing as you basically. Dont know why my stuff doesnt theme

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Ashrockr

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Guys, I have problems with the status bar data icons. I my Android L theme the users should switch to AOSP signal icons. That icons should be the followings:

Code:
<Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_1x" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_3g" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_3gp" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_4g" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_e" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_g" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_h" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_hp" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_lte" />
    <Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_roaming" />

I put the new png-s to the xxxhdpi folder but for example the LTE icon (text) will not be replaced. I checked the G3TWB command to this but no solution could be found. Any ideas?

Try
Code:
<Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_default_lte" />
<Drawable name="stat_sys_data_connected_default_hp" />

And similary for others.
 

UK2K

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So reading through the thread I didn't see any reference to this question I have regarding theming the lgxxx.apk files instead of the typical we would see such as plain ole SystemUI.apk.
Is this specific to LG G3 or G3 TWB? Granted I'm new to the LG G3 and theming in general so I'm curious.

Thanks for any helpful links or explanations.

Great app by the way @P_Toti :good:
 

Ashrockr

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Anyway to change this white bg to grey??( which layout bg should i change)
Also how do I change the "Phone" text color from white.(what color should i change )

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OUTbrain

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Hi,

I would like to ask for help. I want to create my theme but Iam graphic, not developer and I'm really struggling with this tutorial.
I can learn fast but please point at what i doing bad i this "expanded" tutorial. Purpose is "change" just one drawable (indi_noti_flight_mode_off (Quick settings Airplane)) from start to end..

1) Download apk G3TWBThemeTemplate.apk
2) Decompile it with "apktool d G3TWBThemeTemplate.apk"
3) Modify the package name (P_Toti n.1)
4) Change Theme Name (P_Toti n.2)
5) Keep just <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.systemui.THEME"/> in manifest.xml
6) Modify theme.xml (<Drawable name="indi_noti_flight_mode_off"/>) (P_Toti n.3)

and Iam not sure what to do next..

7) Copy and extract LGSystemUI.apk and find indi_noti_flight_mode_off.png
8) Edit indi_noti_flight_mode_off.png and put it in Template\res\drawable-640dpi
9) Compile whole decompiled modified template.apk folder by "apktool b -f -d G3TWBThemeTemplate" -I success just once in this point. Usually I get many errors
10) Open original "apktool d G3TWBThemeTemplate.apk" as zip and replace files from apktool\G3TWBThemeTemplate\build\apk
11) Sign apk by SignApk.jar or zipSigner
12) Install apk and use it in G3 Tweakbox..

I Failed in 9 and even once I can create and install apk I get one system FC and then no pic in replaced icon. Can somebody create "Full" Tutorial to "change" just one drawable (indi_noti_flight_mode_off (Quick settings Airplane)) from start to end..

Thank you in advance I love G3 Tweakbox but lack of skill prevent me to create something great..
 

Ashrockr

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May 31, 2014
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Hi,

I would like to ask for help. I want to create my theme but Iam graphic, not developer and I'm really struggling with this tutorial.
I can learn fast but please point at what i doing bad i this "expanded" tutorial. Purpose is "change" just one drawable (indi_noti_flight_mode_off (Quick settings Airplane)) from start to end.
.

1) Download apk G3TWBThemeTemplate.apk
2) Decompile it with "apktool d G3TWBThemeTemplate.apk"
3) Modify the package name (P_Toti n.1)
4) Change Theme Name (P_Toti n.2)
5) Keep just <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.systemui.THEME"/> in manifest.xml
6) Modify theme.xml (<Drawable name="indi_noti_flight_mode_off"/>) (P_Toti n.3)

and Iam not sure what to do next..

7) Copy and extract LGSystemUI.apk and find indi_noti_flight_mode_off.png
8) Edit indi_noti_flight_mode_off.png and put it in Template\res\drawable-640dpi
9) Compile whole decompiled modified template.apk folder by "apktool b -f -d G3TWBThemeTemplate" -I success just once in this point. Usually I get many errors
10) Open original "apktool d G3TWBThemeTemplate.apk" as zip and replace files from apktool\G3TWBThemeTemplate\build\apk
11) Sign apk by SignApk.jar or zipSigner
12) Install apk and use it in G3 Tweakbox..

I Failed in 9 and even once I can create and install apk I get one system FC and then no pic in replaced icon. Can somebody create "Full" Tutorial to "change" just one drawable (indi_noti_flight_mode_off (Quick settings Airplane)) from start to end..

Thank you in advance I love G3 Tweakbox but lack of skill prevent me to create something great..

Here's a basic theme which changes the indi_noti_flight_mode_off.png
Decompile this apk and see what you were doing wrong.
Moreover I use Android Multitool which is easier to use.

Step where you might be doing wrong is in theme.xml
Check it out by comparing this apk with yours.
 

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Kickoff

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Here's a basic theme which changes the indi_noti_flight_mode_off.png
Decompile this apk and see what you were doing wrong.
Moreover I use Android Multitool which is easier to use.

Step where you might be doing wrong is in theme.xml
Check it out by comparing this apk with yours.
Try Tickle My Android or Virtous Ten Studio. Before you start working you have to install apktool, proper framework files, you should create signature files in order to sign your apk. Only then you can follow the guide and create your own theme based on the sample apk. All other necessary information is written here. You cannot simple change 9.png.s you have to learn how to cope with them. I personally spent weeks for reading with all detailed information about theming.
 
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hi friends. I have a little cuestion

how could I change a layout folder layout?
for example, I have signal_cluster_view.xml to modify and change the icons of place, but which would not be the syntax in the theme.xml to change. It can be modified?

thanks in advance :eek:
 

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    As many of you know, in the new release of G3 TweaksBox i implemented a theme engine that allows users to develop their own themes.Creating themes is really simple:at the end of this post you can find a theme example i created with resources provided by @Kickoff and an empty theme template you can use to develop your own themes.

    What can you theme ?
    SystemUI(see LGSystemUI.apk)
    LockScreen(see LGKeyguard.apk)
    Phonebook,InCallUI,TeleService(see LGContacts.apk,InCallUI.apk,LGTeleservice.apk)
    Message App(see LGMessage.apk)
    Settings(see LGSettings.apk and LGEasySettings.apk)
    More to come....

    1)Modify the package name:

    Open the MANIFEST(AndroidManifest.xml) and change the package name.

    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
        package="[COLOR="Red"][B]it.ptoti.systemui_theme.htc[/B][/COLOR]"
        android:versionCode="1"
        android:versionName="1.0" >
    
        <uses-sdk
            android:minSdkVersion="19"
            android:targetSdkVersion="19" />
    
        <application
            android:allowBackup="true"
            android:icon="@drawable/ic_launcher"
            android:label="@string/app_name"
            android:theme="@style/AppTheme" >
            <activity
                android:name="it.ptoti.systemui_theme.htc.MainActivity"
                android:label="@string/app_name">
                <intent-filter>
                    <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN"/>
                    <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.systemui.THEME"/>
                    <!-- <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.settings.THEME"/> -->
                    <!-- <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.lockscreen.THEME"/> -->
                    <!-- <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.incallui.THEME"/> -->
                    <!-- <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.phonebookapp.THEME"/> -->
                    <!-- <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.messageapp.THEME"/> -->
                    <category android:name="android.intent.category.DEFAULT"/>
                </intent-filter>
            </activity>
        </application>
    </manifest>

    2)Change Theme Name:

    Open the strings.xml file(res/values/) and change the theme name

    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <resources>
        <string name="app_name">[COLOR="Red"]HTC Panel THEME<[/COLOR]/string>
    </resources>

    2-1)Add Intents in the Manifest File:

    Code:
    <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.systemui.THEME"/> [COLOR="Red"]for the LGSystemUI[/COLOR]
    <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.settings.THEME"/> [COLOR="red"] for the LGSettings[/COLOR]
    <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.easysettings.THEME"/> [COLOR="red"] for the LGEasySettings[/COLOR]
    <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.lockscreen.THEME"/> [COLOR="red"]for LGKeyGuard[/COLOR]
    <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.incallui.THEME"/> [COLOR="red"] for InCallUi[/COLOR]
    <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.teleservice.THEME"/> [COLOR="red"] for TeleService[/COLOR]
    <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.phonebookapp.THEME"/>  [COLOR="red"]for LGContacts[/COLOR]
    <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.messageapp.THEME"/>  [COLOR="red"]for LGMessage[/COLOR]

    Manifest example : Here you can see a manifest example of theme for SystemUI and Settings only

    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <manifest xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
        package="it.ptoti.systemui_theme.template"
        android:versionCode="1"
        android:versionName="1.0" >
        <uses-sdk
            android:minSdkVersion="19"
            android:targetSdkVersion="19" />
    
        <application
            android:icon="@drawable/ic_launcher"
            android:label="@string/app_name"
            android:theme="@style/AppTheme" >
            <activity
                android:name="it.ptoti.systemui_theme.htc.MainActivity"
                android:label="@string/app_name">
                <intent-filter>
                    <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN"/>
    [COLOR="red"][SIZE="3"]                <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.systemui.THEME"/>
                    <action android:name="it.ptoti.g3_tweaksbox.settings.THEME"/>[/SIZE][/COLOR]
                    <category android:name="android.intent.category.DEFAULT"/>
                </intent-filter>
            </activity>
        </application>
    </manifest>

    3)REPLACING RESOURCES:

    REPLACING QUICKSETTINGS' ICONS AND ANIMATIONS:

    You just have to put your modified resources in the relative folders. Drawables MUST have the same name they have in the SystemUI package: if G3 TWB finds them it replaces the original resources with the themes' ones.

    Also,you have to add these lines to the theme.xml you can find in the xml folder

    <Drawable name="indi_noti_rearrange_normal" />
    <Drawable name="indi_noti_rearrange_pressed" />
    <Drawable name="quicksetting_button_edit_bg" />


    REPLACE OTHER RESOURCES:

    Other resources MUST be ALSO defined in the relative xml file you can find in the xml folder:

    theme.xml -----------------> For the SystemUI
    theme_contacts.xml -------------> For LGContacts.apk
    theme_incallui.xml ---------------> For InCallUI.apk
    theme_lockscreen.xml -----------> For LGKeyGuard.apk
    theme_messageapp --------------> For LGMessage.apk
    theme_settings.xml ---------------> For LGSettings.apk
    theme_teleservice.xml------------------> For LGTeleService.apk
    theme_easysettings.xml---------------> For LGEasySettings.apk


    Let's take a look to an example.

    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <G3_TweaksBox_SystemUI_Theme version="1">
        <Drawable name="ic_brightness_auto_check"/>
        <Drawable name="ic_launcher_settings" />
        <Drawable name="scrubber_primary_holo" />
        <Drawable name="ic_notify_settings_set" />
        <Drawable name="indi_noti_btn_vol_set" />
        <Drawable name="ic_notify_quicksetting_brightness_panel" />
        <Drawable name="ic_notify_quicksetting_ringtone" />
        <Drawable name="indi_noti_btn_clear" />
        <Color name="np_clock" replacement="#FF00FF00"/>
        <Color name="bg_expanded" replacement="#FF000000" />
    </G3_TweaksBox_SystemUI_Theme>

    To replace a drawable the syntax is:

    Code:
    <Drawable name="name_of_original_drawable" replacement="name_of_the_drawable_in_your_theme" / >

    The replacement attribute is optional: if you name the drawable as the original one in the SystemUI you can omit it.

    You can also replace a Drawable with a color with the following syntax:

    Code:
    <Drawable name="name_of_original_drawable" replacement="colorDrawable:#AARRGGBB" / >

    Where AARRGGBB is the color code in the ARGB format(but you can use also RGB format)

    To replace a color the syntax is the following:

    Code:
    <Color name="name_of_original_color" replacement="#AARRGGBB" />

    If you want to replace a drawable(or a color) which is actually in the framework-res you can use the same syntax but you have to add the packageRes attribute, example :

    Code:
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_holo_light"/>

    To replace a dimension the syntax is the following:

    Code:
    <Dimen name="name_of_original_dimension" replacement="20.0" />

    The replacement must be a dip value not a px one.

    To replace an integer the syntax is the following:

    Code:
    <Integer name="name_of_original_integer" replacement="20" />

    To assign a backgound(Drawable or Color) to any layout the syntax is the following :

    Code:
    <LayoutBackground name="layout_name" background="name_of_the_drawable" />

    To assign a background(Drawable or Color) to any child layout the syntax is the following :

    Code:
    <LayoutBackground name="master_layout_name" child="child_layout_name" background="name_of_the_drawable" />

    That's all,remember to sign the theme before trying to install it. The TUT will be updated when new features are added to the theme engine.
    8
    Pre release sent to themers and TUT and templates updated.
    8
    New theme engine is almost done:

    Now you can theme more apps
    Now you can set any background on any layout: it's useful to set a background on a layout which does not have it or on a layout which has a color as background(like the notification panel)
    I'm also thinking to give themers the ability to theme anything in the framework.

    If you would like to see new other features, just ask for it. The new version of G3 TWB is scheduled to be released on the second half of September but i can send to all themers a pre release the next week if you want it. Let me known about that.

    Here some screenshots(i used res from CM Cobalt theme by @dustinb17 to test the new engine)

    7
    I updated the theme engine with some changes that will be available with the beta i'm going to release the next week:

    Now you can add/replace the background to any child layout/view (see tut for other info)
    Now you can replace framework resources: resources are not replaced globally but per app. To replace framework res you just have to add the "respackage" attr with the framework name("android" for the android framework "com.lge" for the lg framework). Let's see an example

    If you want to replace the switch on the settings app:
    Code:
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_bg_disabled_holo_dark"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_bg_disabled_holo_dark_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_bg_disabled_holo_light"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_bg_disabled_holo_light_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_bg_focused_holo_dark"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_bg_focused_holo_dark_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_bg_focused_holo_light"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_bg_focused_holo_light_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_bg_holo_dark"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_bg_holo_dark_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_bg_holo_light"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_bg_holo_light_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_disabled_holo_dark"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_disabled_holo_dark_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_disabled_holo_light"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_disabled_holo_light_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_focused_holo_dark"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_focused_holo_dark_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_focused_holo_light"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_focused_holo_light_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_holo_dark"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_holo_dark_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_holo_light"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_holo_light_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_pressed_holo_dark"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_pressed_holo_dark_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_pressed_holo_light"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_activated_pressed_holo_light_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_disabled_holo_dark"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_disabled_holo_dark_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_disabled_holo_light"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_disabled_holo_light_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_focused_holo_dark"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_focused_holo_dark_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_focused_holo_light"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_focused_holo_light_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_holo_dark"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_holo_dark_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_holo_light"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_holo_light_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_pressed_holo_dark"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_pressed_holo_dark_latin"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_pressed_holo_light"/>
    <Drawable respackage="com.lge" name="switch_thumb_pressed_holo_light_latin"/>

    I have also attached in the first post a simple windows app which creates a theme xml from the drawable folder. It will help to save some time.
    7
    An user asked me how to change the settings headers: i took a look and found that you can't change them with the current G3 TWB so i updated the theme engine to make that possible. If you want to change headers you have in the main page you just have to add these lines:

    <Color name="category_background" replacement="#FFFF0000" /> ----------> Background
    <Color name="emphasis" replacement="#FF000000" /> --------------> TextColor



    If you want to change the header you have in other screens you have to :

    1)Create a folder named "layout" in the res folder of your theme
    2)Unzip and copy the preference_category_holo.xml you can find attached to that folder
    3)Add this to theme_settings.xml : <Layout respackage="com.lge" name="preference_category_holo" />
    4)Changing color is quite easy: you just have to change the android:background and the android:textcolor attributes in the layout file.

    Code:
    <TextView android:textColor="#ff000000" 
              android:id="@android:id/title" 
              android:background="#ffff0000" 
              android:minHeight="24.0dip" 
              android:textAllCaps="true"
              android:layout_width="fill_parent"
              android:layout_height="wrap_content"
              android:gravity="center_vertical"
              android:textStyle="bold"
              android:paddingStart="12.0dip"
              android:paddingEnd="12.0dip"
              android:textSize="14.0dip"
      xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" />

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