If we look around, we will find that Android is right now the most used and popular mobile operating system. Compared to every other mobile operating system, Android provides users far more features and customization options. The great thing about Android is that it allows users to customize the entire interface in an easy way.
Until now, we have shared lots of articles on Android customization like the best Android launcher apps, best icon packs, etc. Today, we are going to share another best Android tutorial on how to theme Android apps any way you want.
By following the method given below, you can easily customize and theme almost every aspect of Android packages including the apps and system components. With these, you can easily change the app icons, change app language, modify the names, etc. So, let’s explore the best methods to them Android apps the way you want 2019.
How to Theme Android Apps Any Way You Want
Before following the methods, please keep in mind that the methods given below works on a rooted device. So, continue with the steps only if you have a rooted Android smartphone.
Step 1. First of all, you need a rooted android as Xposed installer can only be installed on a rooted android, so Root your android to proceed.
Step 2. After rooting your Android device you have to install the Xposed installer on your android and that’s quite a lengthy process and for that, you can proceed with our Guide to Install Xposed Installer On Android.
Resflux is one of the best Xposed Mod which is developed by Julian Paolo Dayag. The mod provides Android users an easy way to customize and theme ever component of the Android operating system. The interface of the app is also pretty good and users just need to follow some simple steps to theme Android apps.
Step 1. First of all, open the Xposed Installer on your Android smartphone and then search for the Resflux in the download section. You can also get Resflux from below.
Step 2. After installing the mod on Xposed, activate it and then open the app. Now you will see a screen like below. Here you need to tap on Laboratory to make modifications in bulk.
Step 3. In the Laboratory, you will see all the packages that are already installed on your device.
Step 4. Select the package which you want to modify and it will now map its resources. The process might take a few minutes.
Step 5. Once mapped, you will see five assets that you can modify: Drawable, String, Color, Boolean, and Integer.