In honor of the sick new cards update for Google services….Cards by kgill7 to be released tomorrow. Icons are the CardStock beta by Nathaniel Webb.
Iron Man 3 inspired theme. Used Stark icons by Dave Kover. Don’t hesitate to cop that freshness!
Haven’t had much time for theming lately but I found a quick way to cheat. Buzz launcher runs fairly smooth but the ability to quickly apply all the resources needed for theme are very handy. Check it out. The creator of this theme is Japanese so I can’t give credit. Nonetheless, take a look. I only changed a couple items.
Shameless promotion of kgill’s sick work. Cop TABD and all his other ish here – http://goo.gl/A6ueZ
DISCLAIMER: NEITHER I, JUST REVEAL STAFF, OR THE DEVELOPER ARE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE INCURRED BY FLASHING THIS MODIFICATION.
Today on Twitter, I read a link from Lifehacker on a development project I’ve yet to see before. PIMP my ROM goes beyond the standard tweaking in an application in that it’s written as a Recovery ROM like Clockwork Recovery and the like. To begin, download the .zip from the provided link. Flash just like you would any standard ROM, and then begin tweaking to your heart’s content. As noted in the disclaimer, you are entirely liable for flashing this. On that note, I personally flashed this twice, and in each wizard menu I would get so far before the recovery would freeze and I would have to perform a battery pull on my Galaxy Nexus. Not sure if it’s Clockwork itself or what the issue is…Nonetheless, once I chose “Install all scripts” from each menu page; I ran through the wizard without any issues. There’s an almost endless amount of customizations from GPU forced rendering, and CPU tweaks to installing custom launchers (Apex, Nova) to the TouchWhiz launcher. I installed the Walkman applications which are pretty neat, for example the Album application allows you to pinch-to-zoom in and out on the media grid. I could write many paragraphs on the insane amount of customizations, but how about you just flash and try it for yourself. Whether you’re running a full featured ROM, or a stock base – PIMP my ROM is a one of a kind ROM customization application. Hit the link! Also read the list to be sure your device is supported.
Link - PIMP MY ROM.zip
Source – XDA