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Post Your OnePlus Homescreen

  1. Slatter191
    Lollipop Feb 27, 2015


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  2. RootZG
    Eclair Feb 27, 2015

  3. Slatter191
    Lollipop Feb 27, 2015


  4. Slatter191
    Lollipop Feb 27, 2015


  5. RootZG
    Eclair Feb 27, 2015

  6. kanaka
    Froyo Feb 27, 2015

    kanaka , Feb 27, 2015 :
    One More Clock widget
     

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  7. Rutledge
    Eclair Feb 27, 2015


  8. outflopped12
    Froyo Feb 27, 2015


  9. takeabyte
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 28, 2015

  10. dizzle16
    Jelly Bean Feb 28, 2015


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  11. LoneStar144
    Honeycomb Feb 28, 2015


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  12. misu
    Eclair Feb 28, 2015

    misu , Feb 28, 2015 :
    It's the themer launcher... I think it was themer. I could not find a way to remove it.
     

  13. B4kken
    Lollipop Feb 28, 2015

    B4kken , Feb 28, 2015 :
    I drew "some" inspiration from the 4th homescreen OnePlus featured in their blog:
    Screenshot_2015-02-28-12-35-56.png Screenshot_2015-02-28-12-36-01.png Screenshot_2015-02-28-12-36-59.png Screenshot_2015-02-28-12-37-04.png
    Instead of swiping between screens I decided to put my most used apps in different dock pages. Center piece is the drawer(triangle, thanks to Elun icon pack), left page is most used apps in folders and the right one goes to Play Music. There's to homescreen, first one is just the clock and second one is clock and calendar with the zoom animation transaction.

    I'm pretty happy with it :)

    Gestures are used for Google Now etc.

    Best cover in the history of music btw ;)
     

  14. ave10
    Cupcake Feb 28, 2015

    ave10 , Feb 28, 2015 :
    @misu just go to apps>themer and disable notifications ;)
     

  15. thisguysayswht
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 28, 2015

    thisguysayswht , Feb 28, 2015 :
    Ya, I like blacked out monochrome themes. There not for everyone tho.

    It's not really that hard, you don't have to have any programing experience. %95 of the theming was done with xposed mods (mostly xblast tools). Just few small things like the lock screen overglow and recent app text I had to edit manually by decompiling my system ui and changing some strings/replacing some image files.

    You can change the color of just about everything on android with a theme engine and xposed, and never touch a text editor, ide, or command line utility. I'm just ocd so once I change the color of one thing, everything must be that color at all costs :p.

    You don't have to be an android expert to theme a phones system ui. It definitely won't take a life time ether, probably the better part of an hour :).

    EDIT:

    Also if you go with a dark theme for your system ui, then you might want to check out team blackout. They mod apps and invert them, they also have transparent and monochrome themed apps in different colors.
     
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  16. misu
    Eclair Feb 28, 2015

    misu , Feb 28, 2015 :
    Thanks, but I gave up. I also really like "appfolders" or whatever it is one calls clusters of apps that I have organized myself on the HS. So I went back to Stock launcher :)
     

  17. Slatter191
    Lollipop Feb 28, 2015

    Slatter191 , Feb 28, 2015 :
    Thanks again for the very in-depth explanation.

    Appreciate your humility and kind words.

    I'm just ocd so once I change the color of one thing, everything must be that color at all costs.......totally agree with you.

    What tools/apps would I require besides xposed mods?

    Shall post some screenshots for you to suggest which color theme I should go with?

    Should Custom Lock Screen be checked in Settings > Lock Screen?

    Best Regards!
     

  18. maverickman2015
    Honeycomb Feb 28, 2015


  19. eckbauer
    KitKat Feb 28, 2015

    eckbauer , Feb 28, 2015 :
    What pic? Can you be more Pacific.
     

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  20. maverickman2015
    Honeycomb Feb 28, 2015