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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by DravenXcore, Dec 26, 2013.

  1. DravenXcore

    DravenXcore Well-Known Member
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    With Xposed installer, use the Gravitybox module. Download it from the list in "Download", then tweak what you want inside Gravitybox, then restart. Took a few restarts to finally get it to update and work correctly.
    Be sure to install/update the Xposed installer. Make sure it's up to date.

    This makes my life alot happier, and has some decent tweaks for theming.
    It's a great alternative, til we get some hardcore themes out.
    Thanks to all the Devs currently working on it.

    Note: Use at your own risk. Not all modules are compatible with our device. If you're going to test different kinds, have a backup ready!!


    Edit: these modules I have tested so far, and are currently WORKING for our device:
    *YouTube AdAway
    *xHalo Floating Window (Apps float in windows when accessed by notification update w/ transparency sliders [read in-app on how to utilize them by tapmapping it.])
    *SMS Xposed

    Haven't bothered to test anything else out just yet.

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  2. DravenXcore

    DravenXcore Well-Known Member
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    Here's my list total, so far for our device.
  3. jun10r831

    jun10r831 Newbie

    Also you could use the stock lg g2 luncher themes they have in there forum i tried them out and all of them work plus theres alot themes for the lg launcher.

    Actually most all lg home launcher themes work on are phone there quite a bit of them to if anybody wants one i could post them up or the links.
  4. sortoh85

    sortoh85 Well-Known Member

    Can u link the themes
  5. DravenXcore

    DravenXcore Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Yeah. Go ahead and post the links. I'll check em out.
  6. jun10r831

    jun10r831 Newbie

    Here's some of them there s more on the forum page idk if theres a problem with me posting the link since its from XDA if there is let me know. Also none of it is my work just posting the link to help get some themes for us all credit goes to the dev from the link.

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  7. Nooski

    Nooski Android Enthusiast

    Is root required to use these themes?
  8. jun10r831

    jun10r831 Newbie

    no there normal apks for the lg home launcher as far as i know none of them asked me for root. Once u install them just activate them from the lg home settings.
  9. DravenXcore

    DravenXcore Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Yes. Xposed Frameworks requires root access. The modules do not, but the main program that runs the modules DOES in fact require root access.

    Root is required.
  10. Nooski

    Nooski Android Enthusiast

    The themes are kinda good. Those screen buttons look tacky though.
  11. jun10r831

    jun10r831 Newbie

    Yea some are weird looking but something is better than nothing but to each his own opinion...
  12. jun10r831

    jun10r831 Newbie

    Found about 26 in my opinion really good stock LG home themes I've tested all of them and all work in case anybody interested in trying them out. Oh there not my work either just did a lot of Google searching to find them but if anybody want to try them out I'll post the link. Have a look at one of the themes called RedAlien.

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  13. jun10r831

    jun10r831 Newbie

    Discard double posted

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  14. ya sure. I'll check em out. what's the link?

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