Saturday, November 5, 2011

Tutorial Create your own theme for our Android...

Tempted custom ROM with a captivating display theme? It is natural that the developers at XDA or elsewhere, display a theme which was "jreng-jreng" to attract our eyes to try ROM product.

But what if it turns out that ROM is not suitable for us? While the ROM which we feel is best suited wrote it looks normal?

Do not worry ... Let's make your own! ... What? Create your own? TSnya "sick" yes? .. NO ... Let us learn to create your own Android theme or alter our view for FREE!

Capital required:
1. Creativity <= this is important in order to produce an eye-candy theme
2. Some files from the custom / stock ROM that we use.
3. Computer and internet connection is quite stable

The way how oom TS? Follow the step by step below yes ...

1. Run the Internet browser (according to their respective favorite) and open this web address:

2. Once open the website above, then on the menu-bar above, click on the tab "KITCHEN"

NOTE: Currently UOT Kitchen is undergoing renovations so that access is slow and limited capacity. Especially at night in Indonesia where dibelahan another world is a user traffic during the day then the UOT Kitchen is becoming over-quota and we can not enter.

Based on experience, as the morning-noon in Indonesia is a good time to access the UOT Kitchen.

3. In the screenshot below, that the items we can custom by using UOT Kitchen.

Bete only segini oom TS? Yes because UOT Kitchen can only be for this course ... yes wait for another developer to upgrade ...

4. Let us begin our cuisine from changing battery icon. Then click the "Battery" and tick the checkbox "Use this mod". (That is to use this modification not use this oom mod)

On this screen, we can choose to replace the battery icon with SCB% (Standard Battery Customized by percentage) or by using a set of custom battery icon.

We can choose different icons that we want and also be able to custom color from the battery icon.

We can also replace the battery icon animation when we deduct our hp even we can replace our battery icon colors according to what we want.

In this example, I change their color to red my battery icon Beats Audio (cc0000 color code). And once completed, I can click the "Generate Preview" button on the top right.

Then we'll get an example display of battery icon which will be used.

NOTE: We will get 100 icon set from 0% to 100% including animation when charging. In the preview, not all icons are displayed.

5. Done from here, let's continue to play ... er point, we proceed to modify the icon. Then click the "ICON" and click oom mod (click on the checkbox "USE THIS MOD")

Here we can choose the icon set and emoticons that we want. Feel free to try for yourself which one you want.

Note that the edge of each icon there is a checkbox is checked. When checked, it means we will use the icon. If we find that the icon does not fit our hearts and do not want us ikutsertakan dipinggirnya then remove the check mark.

In this example, I use smileys and iconset G4 B4 Carbon Sense Blue 3D. Cool is not it?

6. Selanjutkan is the Status Bar. I myself do not like fiddling with the Status Bar because the most complicated, but for this explanation, I will try to explain step by step.

For this, the resolution supported by the UOT is only 480x800, 320x480 and 240x320. But I've tried to use on the HTC Sensation with a resolution of 540x960 and it worked successfully.

In this section, we can turn the background transparent in the status bar to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. For those who use an earlier version is not supported and can not use it.

Most of the TOP BAR. We can choose the desired text color, style or color of the TOP BAR.

When in doubt, then click the "Generate Preview".

Next is the HEADER where here we can also fiddle style, shape and color of the header text.

The next part can be changed is the carrier (operator name), Notification Area and the footer.

It takes your creativity and your skills to play a combination of colors to get a sleek and attractive but do not forget that the color combinations are made must also be comfortable in the eyes of the future.

Do not forget to click on the PREVIEW button each time you make changes to ensure the change is appropriate as desired.

7. Next we go to POP UP.

In this section we can activate the glowing effect (fluoresce) when we shift the menu and also we can set the color of what is desired to effect.

Confused? ... Do not be confused ... Just click the PREVIEW button

Here we can also adjust the volume bar and slider.

Also we can manage the download bar and lines.

8. Next is the lock-screen. For those who want a lock-screen luggage then do not do modifications here.

On the lockscreen, we can choose the desired style from the lockscreen.


It's up to you to pick a lock-screen as desired.

9. Next is a WINDOWS animation.

Sorry can not be displayed preview it because it is a video link

10. Then FONTS.

There is a preview here to display the font sample or form of writing that will be used later.


Bootanimation is an animation that is displayed when you boot hp.

Note here that there is a combo list to select the type of ROM that we use. We can choose:

* Sense ROM (for product HTC)
* Default Froyo (generic device that uses Froyo / Gingerbread)
* Cyanogen ROM
* Galaxy S ROM

Each has a different folder to store files

In this example, I use the HTC Sensation with Gingerbread but somehow, I can not choose but must use the ROM Sense Froyo default to activate the boot animation.

Do not forget to check out a preview of the boot animation that you choose.

12. Next up is the hardest stage.

Do not forget to remove the check on "ThemeChoose preview".

Click on the System List then we'll get some boxes to upload multiple files from a custom ROM.

The first file is a file-res.apk framework.

Files that we download custom ROMs is usually a file. Zipped then we can extract this file to a folder on your desktop and then go into the folder.

Usually there are several folders in it such as DATA, KERNEL, META-INF, SYSTEM, and so on.

Navigate to the folder / System / Framework and we will get a file-res.apk framework.

To SystemUI.apk we can get on the folder / SYSTEM / APP.

For HTC devices with OS Gingerbread then we need to upload three files namely the magnitude 53MB. This file may be in the folder / System / Framework.

For devices that use the TouchWiz then you need to upload a file twframework.apk. I can not give an example for this because I do not use a device that uses the TouchWiz UI. So please your own search.

For devices that use another OS like Froyo then this third file you can not miss.

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