Posts Tagged custom

Weekend project: Customize your home screen with UCCW, the ultimate custom widget

UCCW

Anytime you see folks discussing the virtues of Android, you hear the word custom being thrown around in one form or another. We're not talking about ROMs or kernels or anything like that, we mean the built in options to make your Android phone look like no other phone — widgets. Specifically UCCW, the ultimate custom widget.

Ultimate is a pretty bold claim for any developer to make, especially when you're talking something as personal as the way our phones look. UCCW works it though, and is a way to change the look and feel of your home screen in a way only limited by your imagination. It's a "master" widget, which is simply a blank canvas that's painted the way you decide, either through your own talent or from themes (called uzips) that other talented folks have created.  Hit the jump, have a look, and get customized.

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Huawei D2 press shot surfaces ahead of CES unveiling

 We recently stumbled upon a slew of images outing Huawei’s upcoming D2 smartphone, but today’s new evidence has all but solidified its impending release. A new press shot of the device has surfaced, showing off the 5-inch device running atop Huawei’s custom UI. If you’re unfamiliar with the device, the D2′s specs include a 1.5-GHz quad-core processor, a full 1080p display and a 13-megapixel rear camera. Huawei is expected to make an official announcement of the D2 at CES next week in Las Vegas, Nevada. We’ll be covering the event live, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

Source: UnwiredView 

 

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Huawei D2 press shot surfaces ahead of CES unveiling

 We recently stumbled upon a slew of images outing Huawei’s upcoming D2 smartphone, but today’s new evidence has all but solidified its impending release. A new press shot of the device has surfaced, showing off the 5-inch device running atop Huawei’s custom UI. If you’re unfamiliar with the device, the D2′s specs include a 1.5-GHz quad-core processor, a full 1080p display and a 13-megapixel rear camera. Huawei is expected to make an official announcement of the D2 at CES next week in Las Vegas, Nevada. We’ll be covering the event live, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

Source: UnwiredView 

 

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Huawei D2 press shot surfaces ahead of CES unveiling

 We recently stumbled upon a slew of images outing Huawei’s upcoming D2 smartphone, but today’s new evidence has all but solidified its impending release. A new press shot of the device has surfaced, showing off the 5-inch device running atop Huawei’s custom UI. If you’re unfamiliar with the device, the D2′s specs include a 1.5-GHz quad-core processor, a full 1080p display and a 13-megapixel rear camera. Huawei is expected to make an official announcement of the D2 at CES next week in Las Vegas, Nevada. We’ll be covering the event live, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

Source: UnwiredView 

 

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Huawei D2 press shot surfaces ahead of CES unveiling

 We recently stumbled upon a slew of images outing Huawei’s upcoming D2 smartphone, but today’s new evidence has all but solidified its impending release. A new press shot of the device has surfaced, showing off the 5-inch device running atop Huawei’s custom UI. If you’re unfamiliar with the device, the D2′s specs include a 1.5-GHz quad-core processor, a full 1080p display and a 13-megapixel rear camera. Huawei is expected to make an official announcement of the D2 at CES next week in Las Vegas, Nevada. We’ll be covering the event live, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

Source: UnwiredView 

 

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Nova Launcher Updated to 2.0 – Custom Icon Sizes, Larger Grid Options, and More

Happy 2013 to all of you! To kick it off, Nova Launcher received a nice update in Google Play, which will greatly benefit Prime users. For starters, users can now select custom icon sizes, apply swipe actions to any desktop icon, infinite scroll in the app drawer, as well as lower memory usage which will [...]

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Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean heads to AOSP

In case anyone missed the news, Android 4.2 had a small issue or two that was effecting some users. Most notably was the fact that the People App (not calendar) was missing the entire month of December and thus causing a few issues. Now just days before December starts Google’s started pushing a quickie update out. Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean arrived this morning for the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10, and now is being pushed to AOSP.

We haven’t heard any details yet for all those Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ users that also received Android 4.2, and so far only the Nexus 4, and 10 have received the quick update to solve this minor oversight. As usual Google’s started pushing out the update, followed by pushing the new version to AOSP. Our friend Jean-Baptiste Queru has just confirmed it himself over at the Android Building Group page.

That means that Android 4.2.1 (JOP40D) is now available for download, as well as syncing to all your favorite ROM developers. As usual, this news isn’t anything important for the average user of any kind. Instead all the custom ROM builders, developers, and more can all appreciate that Google’s fixed this little issue so quickly.

We can expect to see all the custom ROM’s floating around to quickly be synced and updated to reflect the changes in Android 4.2.1 especially because they are so minor. The update is about 1MB in size so shouldn’t take but a second or two. The factory images for most of these devices with 4.2.1 should arrive shortly so stay tuned.


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Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean heads to AOSP

In case anyone missed the news, Android 4.2 had a small issue or two that was effecting some users. Most notably was the fact that the People App (not calendar) was missing the entire month of December and thus causing a few issues. Now just days before December starts Google’s started pushing a quickie update out. Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean arrived this morning for the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10, and now is being pushed to AOSP.

We haven’t heard any details yet for all those Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ users that also received Android 4.2, and so far only the Nexus 4, and 10 have received the quick update to solve this minor oversight. As usual Google’s started pushing out the update, followed by pushing the new version to AOSP. Our friend Jean-Baptiste Queru has just confirmed it himself over at the Android Building Group page.

That means that Android 4.2.1 (JOP40D) is now available for download, as well as syncing to all your favorite ROM developers. As usual, this news isn’t anything important for the average user of any kind. Instead all the custom ROM builders, developers, and more can all appreciate that Google’s fixed this little issue so quickly.

We can expect to see all the custom ROM’s floating around to quickly be synced and updated to reflect the changes in Android 4.2.1 especially because they are so minor. The update is about 1MB in size so shouldn’t take but a second or two. The factory images for most of these devices with 4.2.1 should arrive shortly so stay tuned.


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Easy Nexus 4 Root Method Arrives via Toolkit

Nexus 4

What’s the first thing you’re going to do with your new Nexus 4? If you answered, “root that bad boy and unleashed the custom ROM hell hounds,” you’re in luck! XDA developer mskip posted the Nexus 4 Toolkit today to help get you there. If you’re so inclined, we highly recommend you follow our How to unlock and root the Nexus 4 Guide. Results tend to be more consistent with the so called “manual method” described in our guide, but the process is usually a bit tedious. If you’re looking for quick & easy, the Toolkit is for you.

Version 1.1.0, released today, will now let you flash a custom recover, which is essential in performing Nandroid backups and flashing a custom ROM. Hit the source for the full list of features and all important download link. Then you can take advantage of apps like Titanium Backup and One Power Guard for your newly rooted Nexus 4.

Source: XDA


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HTC DROID DNA Receives Root and Custom Recovery Before Launch

Last night, we broke the news that the bootloader of the HTC DROID DNA can be unlocked using the bootloader unlock tool over at HTCDev. But before the night was even over, ClockworkMod Recovery, root, and an unsecure kernel had been released, giving plenty of hope in the custom ROM world to future owners of [...]

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Galaxy Nexus Seeing First Batch of Android 4.2 Custom ROM’s From AOSP

As a Galaxy Nexus owner, you expect nothing but the latest and greatest software to be running on your device. Unfortunately, Verizon is currently not the fastest carrier to deliver such things. But don’t worry, this is Android! Once Android 4.2 hit AOSP, along with the Verizon binaries, the developers got straight to work. As [...]

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Samsung delivers kernel source for T-Mobile Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and AT&T Galaxy Express

In an attempt to keep up with its incredibly quick release schedule, Samsung has officially delivered the source code for a duo of new devices. Both the Galaxy Express on AT&T and the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 on T-Mobile are the newest members to join the kernel source club, meaning stable custom ROMs could be on the foreseeable horizon. So, if you’ve got either of these two devices and consider yourself a tinkerer, you can hit the source link below to get in on the developmental action.

Via: AndroidPolice
Source: Samsung, (2)


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Motorola Atrix HD Developer Edition Hits Motorola’s Site

On the heels of releasing the DROID RAZR M Developer Edition and the DROID RAZR HD Developer Edition, those anxious to be able to do the same type of customization with the Atrix HD are in luck. The Atrix HD Developer Edition from Motorola is now showing up on their website, but in information registration form only. There are no specifics as far as pricing or availability. All the requisite warnings will still presumably apply and the second you purchase the device, your warranty is void. Basically, there is no warranty. However, this edition does let you customize to your heart’s content like custom software and themes thanks to its unlocked bootloader.

source:  Motorola


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Sprint to launch Titanium Galaxy S II

The Samsung Galaxy S II was the second best selling flagship the South Korean company has manufactured (but there are only three smart phones in that series). And the smart phone which is loved by so many people around the world is hitting the store shelves again with some cosmetic changes. Sprint, one of the major wireless carriers in the nation, is all set to re launch the Samsung Galaxy S II in a titanium black color, which would be the same as the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II. Even though we about the cosmetic changes, we do not know anything about the changes to components under the hood.

And we do not really expect the wireless carrier or the manufacturer to change anything under the hood, as the configuration is the main thing which defines a smart phone. But we are, for sure, expecting the flagship smart phone to ship with Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich, out of the box.

If you are high on installing custom ROMs, the smart phone already has very stable Android 4.1, or Jelly Bean, custom ROMs for a few months now. So it is very much expected for the device to come with Ice Cream Sandwich pre installed.

There have been a few rumors about this device before, and a few of them suggest that the device would cost only $99. But right now, even that is a very competitive as the new LG manufactured Nexus 4 is out and it is the right time for the holiday season (and shopping season) to start. And buyers will be heavily comparing all these devices to make a wise buying decision.

The exact release date of this new smart phone is not yet confirmed, but you will be able to find it on the shelves of your nearest dealer very soon.

Source: Android Authority

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Android 4.2 clock and keyboard apps available for flashing

Earlier this week, after Google announced Android 4.2, an update to Jelly Bean, some sources managed to obtain standalone apk files for the 4.2 keyboard. The keyboard from 4.2 is sought after due to the inclusion of “Gesture Typing,” which allows users to glide their finger over the keyboard in a Swype-like fashion. Google asked sources to take down links to the apk files as the software was not yet ready for versions other than 4.2.

That has not stopped work by others to extract the code from Android 4.2 and package the keyboard app for use on non-4.2 devices. Those efforts have resulted in files for the keyboard app that will run on 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or better devices and the 4.2 clock app that will run on 4.1 Jelly Bean devices.

To install, you need a rooted device with a custom recovery installed. Use the source link to access the files needed. Needless, to say, installation carries the usual caveats regarding the flashing of software onto your device. The apps are experimental and device compatibility is still sketchy at this point.

source: Droid Life


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AOKP Build 5 Now Up, Custom Nav Bar for Tablets and a Whole Lot More

Last night, the AOKP team announced that Build 5 was ready for the masses, bringing with it a ton of new features and the successful merge of Android 4.1.2. On top of the merge, features ranging from custom nav bar options for tablet users, NavBar widgets have returned, as well as a toggle for menu [...]

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DROID RAZR HD Developer Edition Hits Motorola’s Site for $599

Following last month’s release of the DROID RAZR M Developer Edition, those anxious to be able to do the same type of customization with the RAZR HD are in luck. The DROID RAZR HD Developer Edition is now available from Motorola via their website. Be warned though: The second you purchase this bad boy, your warranty is void. Basically, there is no warranty. However, this edition does let you customize to your heart’s content like custom software and themes thanks to its unlocked bootloader. Having this luxury will set you back a cool $599. The Developer Edition will begin shipping on October 22nd.

 

source:  Motorola


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New CyanogenMod 10 Nightly ROM Brings Android 4.1.2 To The Table

Those of you that love to have those silly custom CyanogenMod AOSP ROMs on your handset, yesterday’s (October 10th) nightly release comes with a number of merged updates, and will also bring your handset up to Android 4.1.2. It was just the other day when the 4.1.2 was released to AOSP and began to roll out to Nexus 7 devices via OTA. Man, the team working on CyanogenMod works extremely quick. I guess that’s a good thing, as many of you are probably  loving how fast they come out. So much for Verizon’s update service, eh?

Of course, when Android 4.1.2 was sent to the AOSP, we were hit with their standard “improves performance and stability, and fixes a few bugs” change log from Google (pretty lame if I do say so myself). As you can imagine, sifting through all of that developer jargon that us everyday humans will never be able to understand is probably a bit scary to approach to find out what has change or what has been updated. In addition to that, it seems that it is still a bit early to start looking at any takeaways from the real-world testing of Android 4.1.2. On the other hand, based on a few different lines of jargon in the commit logs, we are able to see that there is one certain bug in 4.1.1 with “failing to connect to WPA enterprise wireless” that has been officially addressed in 4.1.2. On top of that, there also seems to be a few different mentions about the browser, audio, camera, the kernel, and then quite a list of updates.

If you are on one of the more recent CyanogenMod 10 releases from this past week, you’ll be able to grab today’s new nightly release that contains 4.1.2 within your ROM by headed on over to the CyanogenMod Updater service. You can access that by going to Settings > About Phone > CyanogenMod Updates. If you aren’t into this new update service, you can always just head to the standard website and download it manually. Just don’t screw things up on your device, you’d hate if you left yourself with a newly bricked handset. I would honestly just suggest doing it over the newly released CM Updater, as it will do everything for you correctly, and it shouldn’t be bricking your device at all. Manually, you can mess things up, but the CyanogenMod team knows that they’re doing, so using the CM Updater is going to be perfectly fine for you.

I’m looking forward to what the next few updates are going to bring after this. CyanogenMod 10 just keeps getting better and better. Since it’s now running Android 4.1.2, I’m sure there will be some speed increases, as Google and the CyanogenMod team do a fantastic job cleaning up messy code that tends to slow things down a bit. Not a whole lot, but you can often tell the difference. Either way, have you downloaded the nightly build yet? Are you noticing any differences with the new update? Let us know in the comments below, we would love to hear from you!

source: talk android

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Samsung releases source code for Galaxy Note II

Samsung has decided to release the Source Code for the Galaxy Note II. The device has been released in select European countries and that means that custom ROM developers are looking to sink their teeth into the code. If you like installing custom firmware on your devices, this is fantastic news for you.

Of course, most users will look at this code and have no idea what any of it means. That’s fine; there are plenty of people out there who know just what to do with this publicly available code. We can only assume that developers like CyanogenMod are already hard at work coming up with some awesome custom ROMs for the newly minted device as we speak.

Samsung has always been quick to release code to the public, and the 5.5 inch Galaxy Note II is no exception. This release includes the kernel source code, as well as everything else that makes the device tick.

Hardware developers releasing source code allows the custom ROM community to make more stable mods, which is certainly a good thing for all involved. The quicker they can release stable builds, the better. The Note II, which is based on Android 4.1.1 and features Samsung’s TouchWiz interface, will be rooted much quicker with the release of this source code, and that makes all of us happy.

[via Android Police]


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Custom ROM Roundup for Galaxy Nexus – AOKP Build 4, XenonHD, and LiquidSmooth

Instead of continuing our coverage of just CyanogenMod or AOKP, we thought it would be nice for some of you to broaden your custom ROM horizons. If you have never tried or heard of XenonHD and LiquidSmooth, try them out. For starters, XenonHD is based on Jelly Bean 4.1.1 JRO03R and comes with plenty of fantastic tweaks [...]

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Get a Motorola DROID RAZR M Developer Edition for free

If you are a fan of Motorola’s unique smart phone design and have been waiting to have the awesome Motorola DROID RAZR M, here is an offer for you. What do you have to do? Just a tweet. How much do you have to pay? Zero bucks. Yes, I am very serious!

This is a competition hosted by Motorola itself, to promote the smart phone if you ask me. The company is offering five DROID RAZR M handsets, that too the developer editions. Develop editions of smart phones usually sell for more money than the usual models. So what is the advantage of having a developer edition smart phone, you ask?

The advantage is that the boot loader can be unlocked. Most carriers would not want their customers to meddle with the smart phones they are supplying. So they lock the bootloader, which means that the users will not be able to root the smart phone, and hence unlock it or install custom ROMs on it. But with a developer edition of a smart phone, you can do almost anything you want. You can even brick it.

So what exactly do you need to do to win a Motorola DROID RAZR M Developer Edition smart phone? Phone Arena explains this as follows:

From now through October 2nd at 11:59pm EDT, you need to send to @Motorola a tweet telling the company what you would do with the Motorola DROID RAZR M Developer Edition. The tweet needs to be directed to #UnlockRAZRM and the judges (no, Judge Lucy Koh is not one of them, wise guy) will select the best 5 responses. Originality will account for 30% of your score, showing your desire for the particular model equals another 30% while following the rules of the contest makes up the remaining 40%.

So what are you waiting for? Tweet right now, but after a little bit of thinking as to what you are going to tweet. And in case you are one among the lucky five, you will have to report the $549.99 retail price of the device on your taxes. All the best!

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Samsung says remote wipe hack already addressed in recent Galaxy S3 update

A malicious hack that uses a USSD exploit to remotely wipe Samsung handets running the custom TouchWiz interface has already been resolved for at least one smartphone, according to the Korean manufacturer. Samsung released a statement saying the vulnerability has already been addressed with a recent update to the Galaxy S3 and is urging users to update their phones to the latest official software build.

“We would like to assure our customers that the recent security issue concerning the GALAXY S III has already been resolved through a software update. We recommend all GALAXY S III customers to download the latest software update, which can be done quickly and easily via the Over-The-Air (OTA) service.”

Samsung made no mention of a security patch for other handsets affected by the exploit, which include the Galaxy S II, Galaxy Ace, and Galaxy Advance. We expect updates will arrive shortly to address the issue for those devices.

[via TechCrunch]


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New vulnerability found in Samsung devices, TouchWiz to blame

Today a rather catastrophic exploit was found in Samsung’s TouchWiz UI. The new hack allows websites to run a USSD code commanding the device to wipe itself back to factory state, and possibly even damage the SIM card. This means that just by simply visiting a infected website could remove all your pictures, contacts, apps and most importantly: your high score on Temple Run.

Luckily this piece of malicious code will only interface with the TouchWiz interface, so if you’re running CyanogenMod or any other custom ROMs, you’re most likely safe. The current list of affected device include the aforementioned Galaxy S III, the Galaxy S II, Galaxy Beam, Galaxy Ace and Galaxy S Advance.

Source: SmartDroid


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Review: Cloud2You Sends Photo Greeting Cards Personalized from Your iPhone or iPad

Cloud2You  
Developer: Advanced Image Direct  
Price: free   Download

When everyone’s got a camera in their pocket, it seems old-school and impersonal to send a mass-produced . Advanced Image Direct knows the importance of personalized service and their latest product hopes to help them expand their well-established custom mail services. The Cloud2You mobile app connects and iPad users with the Cloud2You network for sending photo greeting cards quickly and easily.

It’s extremely straightforward. Simply open the app, add an image, add a message, and Cloud2You will mail a custom 5×7 greeting card via First Class postage to your family member, friend, colleague or client in no time. It’s an efficient way to send personalized mail from your iOS device, and could easily tempt some people to abandon buying store bought cards for good.

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Omega StatusBar Allows for Custom Looks With No Root Required

If anyone recalls, back in the day the only way to customize our top notification bars was to root and apply a ROM with a custom theme. That made the process fun, but for those who didn’t know how to root and flash zips, they were left out in the cold and lonely world of [...]

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The Custom Cushnie Et Ochs HTC One X Smartphone Now Up For Auction On eBay

 

You all remember that special-edition HTC One X? You know– the bipolar, but attractive custom HTC One X smartphone we told you about yesterday? Well the Cushnie et Ochs-inspired smartphone has officially gone up for auction on eBay. The custom phone started off at $350, but is expected to go much higher and there’s still less than a week to go. The real question is how high will the bids go and who will be the lucky individual to win the custom toy? The good thing is we won’t have to wait too long to find out.

source: Phandroid


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Win a Custom HTC One by Cushnie Et Ochs In Pinterest Repin To Win Contest

Are you someone that wanted to get their hands on that custom HTC One X that was shown off a while ago? Perhaps you want to get your hands on that custom HTC One X that was “impossible to get.” HTC is making it possible to get one of in its distinctive black and white color inspired by Cushnie et Ochs. So if you want this colorful handset, you may be interested in a Pinterest “pin-to-win” contest.

You’ll be able to join in on the exclusive group of owners of this custom designed HTC One X, that is, if you’re interested in spending a little time on Pinterest to try your chances at this. You do have to be a member of Pinterest to participate in the contest. On Pinterest, all you need to do is follow HTC Mobile, repin one of their images, and leave a link to your repin on the original image. HTC will be randomly selecting a winner on September 14th. Just hit the source link below to find specific instructions and links to participate in the contest.

I’ll be entering in this contest, what about you? Of course, when six million people are entering, the chances of winning are very little. Still, on the off-chance that you could win, it might be worth it.

source: HTC Blog

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Sony Releases Binary Files Required For AOSP Project

Google’s experimental AOSP project was announced last month, which promises to bring the latest open source Android to the Sony Xperia S. Sony seems to be following through on their part by releasing their closed-source binaries, which are required for this project to be viable. These binary files are essentially closed boxes of proprietary code (custom drivers, graphics firmware, etc.) which drive the Sony hardware specifically. Without these files, it would be nearly impossible to get an AOSP build working properly.

Sony has also stated their commitment to the innovation that open source brings, and says that these binaries should allow an AOSP build of Android to boot to the home screen. Of course, these files won’t be useful to the casual custom ROM fan until developers manage to make stable builds from them, but this is the first important step to getting a full-fledged AOSP build of Android running on the Xperia S.

Hit the source for the downloads.

source: sony


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Fan Gets Custom Fiery Galaxy S3 From Samsung, Makes Us Very Jealous

Well that’s just not fair. After requesting then being denied a free Galaxy S3 from one of Samsung’s Facebook pages, a Sammy fan has in his possession one of the only custom SGSIII devices ever created. The story goes, a very kind message went out to Samsung along with a drawing of a very cute fire-breathing dragon. [...]

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[CM9/AOKP Theme] Grunged Metal, a little heavy, a little dark a whole lot Awesome

Well here is something we have definitely been slacking on lately, themes. Ya, it has been a hard month around here and some things just get missed in the thought process for the daily postings. Hopefully we will be changing that again soon and start bringing more of the hidden goodies you all love so much.

While we all love the look of stock on our devices, a theme can give us a slight edge over our friends and really helps to personalize our devices even more. It is one of those things that really sets Android apart from its competition. Although, it is reserved for custom ROMs and not the stock from the manufacturer variety. Maybe one day they will learn. While cruising around our forums this afternoon, we came across Design Rifts Grunged Metal theme. Aimed at CM9 and AOKP ROM’s, but should work on anything with the Theme Chooser built in. We saw it once before and shared it out on our G+ page, but we thought it deserved a little special attention today. Not just because the general news is slow today, but because you all might be ready for a change in look. We could tell you all about how it looks, but pictures speak louder than words. So just take a look at a few screenshots from Design Rifts.

  Looks pretty sick doesn’t it? The team offers up the theme in two forms. Your free choice gives you some of the design you see above it does not theme inside the apps or the icons, it is only the systemui and framework. The full paid version however, does offer up themed icons for apps, and inside the apps themselves. So we suggest you give the free version a go and see how you like it. If you like it, then support the efforts of Design Rifts and pick up the full version. Both can be located below, simply click or scan those handy little QR codes to snag the one you want.

Application: Grunged Metal ICS Theme FREE
Developer: Design Rifts
Cost: FREE

Application: Grunged Metal ICS Theme FULL
Developer: Design Rifts
Cost: $1.99

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