Open Wanam Xposed.
Go to Theme → Background Color → You may give any HEX value..
Also Go to Theme → Panel Background → You may give any HEX value OR Transparent Panel Background.
Also Change theme → Tile Pressed Color (scroll down to last ).
Related subreddit - Some modding I did with my S5, thought I'd share with y'all
If you merely changed the font, then you can simply look at /etc/system_fonts.xml to see which font it's set to use. If you have a good file manager and a good text editor, then you can just browse to the file and look. You might need to make a copy on your SD card and rename the copy to end in .txt.
If you actually replaced a system font file, then you'll ...
Espier Launcher is a homescreen replacement that mimics iOS quite well, and still allows for some of Android's features to shine through (Widgets, customization, etc).
Unfortunately, it's apparently built by a small Chinese dev shop, so it does have a few quirks. For one, it intalls some bloatware app store that's all in Chinese, although it's easy enough ...
You cannot. The Cyanogen theming engine is specific to CM and derivative ROMs.
Samsung stock ROMs have Touchwiz UI, which is a proprietary layer. Theming CM to look like Touchwiz, or creating mashups would be easier because of CM's open nature. Some carriers might give packs, like Sprint (source).
You can install a different launcher and install themes on ...
As suggested in comments, I looked at my phone settings and it was in dark setting. Whatsapp likely upgraded in the background to default theme so it automatically turned dark (latest version of WhatsApp does that).
To revert to light theme, from chat settings, change it to light theme. If it doesn't change, clearing cache and rebooting may help
Fyi for anyone googling this or looking for this still. I had my s7 edge display scaling set to condensed to fit more on the screen. Once I changed it back to standard (with the material Samsung theme applied) and rebooted the correct icons appeared. Could be that the change forces the launcher to recreate icons or clear it's cache etc.
Also, stock android ...
It looks to me that this is not possible, because Oreo re-used the color coding for different purpose:
white header: standard app
and here, the original coloring concept is partially present in text color (instead of bg color)
light cyan header: app pair on split screen
I think that this new coloring purpose implies that the original coloring is gone.
Sorry, really a stupid question!
Actually the problem was that I could not find the correct package name for Upday. After a lot of google digging I've been able to discover the mistery.
The package is de.axelspringer.yana.zeropage (so where is "upday").
a normal find / -iname '*axelspringer*' (followed by rm ...) did the trick.
Use substratum theme engine for this purpose. You can theme individual ui element with the help of this. You screenshot looks like you are using oreo build so you can use substratum even without root. Check out this link
Cyanogen OS stops at Marshmallow and is deprecated; LineageOS 14.1 (along with CM14.1 before it), being fresh on Nougat, has yet to implement a theme engine, so you need to rely on 3rd-party solutions, which usually uses TTF/OTF format fonts. If you still want to use the fonts in the APKs, extract them from the APK package.
Finally, I've managed to do that:
You need to have a Xiaomi Designer Account, because MIUI 8 doen't allow installing custom themes unless you are a 'designer'
You should go to http://designer.xiaomi.com/, sign up and enter valid data. After a day or so you will be able to import *.mtz files from the default MIUI theme manager.
Download an icon pack from ...
After hours of digging google, finally found an alternative way to hard-coding.
I used an Xposed module > Flat Style Bar Indicators.
Got the Signal bars and battery separated but the notifications are still on the left side. Well, this will do.
Xposed Framework is an alternative to Cydia on Android. but that doesn't work on Android 5.0 just yet. An Alpha-Version was just made available. The installation process is different though and it is still buggy. Only works on Arm7 chips so far.
Thing is, if a manufacturer would decide bringing a new phone on the market with such an old system, he'd get no license to pre-install any Google apps. Either your device runs an up-to-date Android version (I don't remember the details completely on what's counted here as "up-to-date", whether it were the latest two versions, or a version "not older than x ...
Themes on Android are internal to apps: they're not user-accessible things. Replacing the theme of every app on your phone entails building a new custom ROM with your changes, and may cause some apps to behave oddly or appear wrong, because they're relying on details of the Holo themes. These days, even phone manufacturers can't replace the themes of third-...
It is originally part of the T-Mobile theme engine, which is open source so you can implement in other roms, but you will need a rom that has it built in
Short answer, you cannot, themeing features are specific to CyanogenMod, and if attempting to apply this on top of a Stock ROM, will either result in Force Closes, or boot-loops.
You cannot have it both ways. Go down the CyanogenMod route and then the themeing will work, OR forget about it.
There are Holo themes available for the T-Mobile/CyanogenMod Theme Chooser. If you have the theme chooser you just download a Holo theme from the market select it.
You can find out more about CyanogenMod (has the theme chooser built in) here.
MIUI is one of the most popular Android ROMs in the world. It is based on Android 2.3 and 4.0, featuring better experience and richer themes. MIUI is updated every Friday based on the feedback from its users.
Regarding the themes:
Over 500 themes created by fans available
Original third-party theme-changing program
Massive online themes ...