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It's a theme for substratum theme engine. You need to be rooted and using a ROM that supports OMS.
Hi I'm stuck on step 5 with this theme, one activity just opens up the actual theme app, but the other activity just seems to dim the screen with no actual dialogue showing up. Any idea how to fix this?
I've used Swift Dark for so long now, I'd have a hard time going back to not using it. There's a swift black version too, if you like that amoled black. Not free, but cheap enough and good enough to warrant a payment.
Look into SwiftDark
Do research about how to install it and what you need to install it. I currently am using it, no root required. You may have to play a couple dollars but if you use Google Rewards, money shouldn't be an issue. Swift dark is constantly being updated and the developers respond fast to issues.
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For certain Android devices, you could also use custom themes for Google Play Music and other apps. I've been using Google Play Music with Swift Dark theme (Play Store link) with substratum + andromeda on my Pixel and Nexus devices, and it looks pretty great (though not as customizable as Play Midnight, of course).
Stock 7.1.1dp + root + [link] equals a really good time.
I did end up reverting back to TeamOctos 7.0 rom and using that theme because I wanted to get back to ElementalX kernel + deadpool cpu settings.
I think you need to download themes separately and apply them using substratum. An example of one. I'm sure you can find free ones too, but that's the one I kept seeing people mentioning.
You can change the theme to a dark one using Substratum and Andomeda without rooting the phone. It's actually very easy to accomplish.
A requirement here is that you have to download the Andromeda application on your PC and connect the phone to it using a USB cable.
I have personally done this on the Pixel 2 XL and it worked flawlessly with the below theme:
Let me know if you have issues getting this working! And a warning... Don't try another theme that doesn't explicitly say it's compatible with Android Oreo as it could potentially keep your phone from booting and you'll have to Factory Reset. Outside of having to Factory Reset, this method is perfectly safe to use since you do not have root access.
Yes it works just fine, you just need to find a theme that SPECIFICALLY is created for 7.1.1 (such as [link] or his black version)
Yes, Swift Dark.
It also themes Google maps, Chrome, etc.
A Swift Dark Substratum Theme.
It requires a rooted phone and substratum
I use Swift Dark and it has a lot of apps themed.
Swift Dark Substratum Theme.
Make Swift Dark be the default system theme.
It's Swift Dark with "Green" accent color.
Black is beautiful
Swift Dark theme using Substratum
Swift Dark works on stock. Try it out.
Swift Dark on sale as well.
I haven't upgraded to Oreo yet, but it looks like Substratum theme engine supports Oreo now. You would have to find a theme that supports Android Oreo and most will be different than the stock style. If you like dark themes, <em>A Swift Dark</em> is a nice dark theme that supports Pixels with Oreo. I am not sure if it requires root anymore. I think they recently found a way around that, but I could be wrong.
Yes, you can revert back to Nougat, but it might be a little intimidating for some people. If your bootloader is locked, you will have to unlock it. Unlocking the bootloader is going to wipe all of your data from the device. Google backs up a lot of a lot of your data in the cloud (contacts, email, Google Keep notes, etc.), but there are ways to backup some of the other stuff.
Once the bootloader is unlocked, you will need to install fastboot (a command line tool) from the Android SDK. you can do this by installing and updating Android Studio, or you can just find that single file as a download somewhere. Make sure you find the one for your computer's OS (Windows/macOS/Linux). you can then download the official system images here: [link]
Scroll down and find the section for your device and download the latest build of 7.1.2. You can unzip that file and use the provided shell script to flash all partitions, or flash individual partitions one at a time. In order to flash you need to plug your pixel into your computer with a usb data cable, boot your device into the bootloader (Usually some combination of volume and power buttons held for a few second) and issue commands in terminal/command prompt to flash the files to the device. If you use Windows, you will probably have to install drivers for the computer to recognize the device.
This is not a complete guide, because I don't have time to write one (and there are better ones out there), but there is a lot of information online.
[link] has some extra info about the process
[link] is a good resource for this stuff
You can use substratum theme engine to theme Firefox for Android. I use a theme called Swift Dark (there is also a Swift Black). It does a great job on Firefox.
I emailed the dev to see if he would consider adapting the theme for Waterfox, he said if he gets more than 10 requests he would consider it.
Here is the theme: [link]
And his email if you want to help out:
Here is how it looks
Which one of these is better? Do you have any idea?
It may say that, but this theme works perfect with DP1 as it was designed using all 7.1.x stock google files.
Swift Dark Substratum Theme
In that case I would suggest substratum and a good dark theme like Swift dark
> Swift Dark
Swift Dark, $1.99 in the Play Store
I'm using the Swift Dark theme.
You'll also need to install Andromeda and Substratum to get the theme working. You don't need to be rooted either. (You're going to have to pay for one of these apps i believe)
Here is more info about it if you're interested: How to Install Custom Themes with Substratum
You could try Swift Dark.
I use this to fix that problem. 8.1 looks so good with a dark theme and Oreo supports Substratum.
Check this one out should leave you happy.
Indeed. It's called Swift Dark Substratum Theme
From the same developer
Swift Dark Substratum
Swift Dark. Looks great, works great and updated on a regular basis.
It's the Swift Dark theme for Substratum. You can install it on a 7.0 ROM as legacy or on a ROM that supports OMS.