Launcher Lenovo supports all Android device/phones and tablets. By Launcher lenovo Theme you can personalize your Phone the way you want it to be look like. Launcher for lenovo Launcher Theme is a smart app which contain nice and cool functions. Lenovo Launcher make your lenovo device faster also improve your phone performance.👄. Published on Apr 12, 2016. Hope this video tutorial helps you. There are many themes that are available for Lenovo devices. These will get support in Vibe x. Download Rainbow Theme for Lenovo A2010 for Android to install latest Lenovo A2010 phone theme with rainbow wallpaper & icons.
Welcome Lenovo Smartphone users, there is a wonderful news for you that now you can get the themes for your smartphone without installing any extra theme application or launcher. You can apply the themes on your default VIBE UI for free. There are plenty of themes available for Lenovo VIBE UI smartphone users which will make your device look more attractive and vibrant. We used to get lots of requests regarding the themes for VIBE UI which is a pre installed OS from Lenovo and they do not have an official website or platform to download any themes. By default only two themes comes pre-installed which is the mirage and pulse. But they are kind of boring and not attractive, but do not worry we have now plenty of available themes for download at no extra cost. Yes they’re all for free and can be downloaded from the filehosts we have provided below. Please be advised that we could not post all the screenshots for the themes, but have posted a few of the themes screenshots but have uploaded the .apk files for the themes for VIBE UI.
Screenshots of Lenovo VIBEUI Themes :
There are 40 Lenovo VIBE UI Themes available for download, you can chose to download each apk file and install or you can download all of them at once which will be available in a zip folder.
How to install Lenovo VIBE UI Themes on your smartphone and use it?
Step 1 : Goto settings > Security > tick unknown sources
Step 2 : Copy the download theme on your SD Card or in-built Storage
Step 3 : Now click the downloaded theme to start installation
Step 4 : When installation is finished, you can either click open or open and apply the theme from the Theme menu
- Download the theme
- Copy it to internal storage
- Go to Theme Center
- Click the ••• button on the right top corner
- Select import theme
- Choose theme
- Wait and then apply the theme
Download all 8 themes in one archive from Google Drive
Warning: Starting with version 3.3, Theme Editor is no longer included with Android Studio.
Android Studio includes a visual assistant called Theme Editor that helps you:
- Create and modifythemes for your app.
- Adjust themes for different resource classifiers.
- Visualize the effect of color changes on common UI elements.
This page introduces the fundamental tasks that you can perform with the ThemeEditor, and explains how to do so.
Theme Editor basics
This section describes how to access the Theme Editor, and how it is laid out.
Accessing the Theme Editor
There are two ways to open the Theme Editor:
- From an open styles XML file, such as
styles.xml, clickOpen editor near the top-right of the file window.
- From the Tools menu, choose Theme Editor.
Navigating the Theme Editor
The Theme Editor's main screen is divided into two sections. The left side of the editorshows what specific UI elements, such as the app bar or a raised button, look likewhen you apply the current theme to them. The right side of the editor displaysthe name of the current theme being previewed, the module where the theme is defined,and the settings for theme resources, such as Theme parent andcolorPrimary. You can modify design themes by changing these resourcesettings.
Themes and colors
The Theme Editor allows you to create new themes, modify existing ones, and manage thecolors that make up the themes.
Creating new themes
To create a theme, follow these steps:
- Open the Theme dropdown menu near the top of the rightside of the Theme Editor.
- Click Create New Theme.
- In the New Theme dialog, enter a name for the new theme.
- In the Parent theme name list, click on the parent from which the theme inherits initial resources.
To rename a theme, perform the following steps:
- Open the Theme dropdown menu near the top of the rightside of the Theme Editor.
- Click Rename theme-name.
- In the Rename dialog, enter a new name for the theme.
- (optional) To see how the changes will look, click Preview.
- To apply the changes, click Refactor.
Changing color resources
To change an existing color resource, such as colorPrimary,follow these steps:
- In the Theme Editor, click the colored square next to the name of the resource you want to change. The Resources dialog appears, which displays a list of color groups on the left side, and settings and information for the currently selected resource color on the right.
- Set a color for the theme resource by either selecting a color from the left panel, or by defining a new color, as described below.
Select a color
The colors are listed in the left column of the Resources dialog and arranged into the following groups.
- Project: These are colors inside your project. Some can be edited because they are part of your project sources, and some cannot be edited because they are part of the libraries you have included in your project.
- android: These are color resources that belong to the android namespace. They are part of the Android framework and cannot be edited.
- Theme Attributes: These are attributes of the currently selected theme. They are referenced by the theme and can change depending on what theme you have selected. Theme attributes are never editable from inside the Resources dialog.
Define a new color
- From the drop-down menu in the top-right of the Resources dialog, click Add new resource > New color Value. The Resources dialog displays an editable right pane with a blank Name field so you can enter a name for your custom color.
- Create the custom color as follows. The steps correspond to the callouts in figure 1.
- Type a name for your new color value in the empty Name field. No spaces or special characters allowed in the name. Underscores and numbers are okay.
- Color scale, Custom color field, and dropper:
- On the color scale, click the color you want. The color displays in the Custom color field.
- You can use the dropper to the left of the Custom color field to select a color. Click the dropper , and then click something visible anywhere on your computer screen. The color in the Custom color field changes to the color you selected.
- Just below the Custom color field, use the editable fields and drop-down menu on the left to specify an
ARGBcolor by numeric values. The HEX equivalent of your color displays in the editable field to the far right.
- To set the color opacity and hue, move the sliders below the color scale.
- Select one of the available predefined color squares. The color displays in the Custom Color field and the name changes to the name of the color you selected.
- Click OK to save your settings. The Resources dialog closes and returns you to the Theme Editor.
Modify a color
You can modify any editable color. If a color is editable, you see editable color, hue, opacity, name field, and device configuration fields. See Select Color if you want to know why some fields are editable and others are not.
- Adjust the settings.
- Click OK.
Match material color
If you have defined or modified a custom project color, you canensure that the color matches the closest material palette color by clicking CLOSEST MATERIALCOLOR, located next to Custom color. Android Studio changes the color and opacity valuesof the color you picked to the material color most like it, and replaces Custom color withthe name of the color from the material palette.
Note: The CLOSEST MATERIAL COLOR feature is visible only when the color is not already a material color.
Viewing state lists and colors
The Theme Editor allows you to previewcolors associated with different states. To do so, open the Resources dialog byclicking on the color set square next to the name of an editable state list resource. TheResources dialog displays a list of states, such as Selected, and thecolor value associated with the state. Click the color for a state to choose a differentcolor value.
To more fully control the states themselves, you can directly view and edit theirproperties in the XML file that defines them. For more information, see thedocumentation for the
When a color is editable, you can choosedevice-specific configurations for your app to support. Performthe following steps to do so:
Phone Themes For Android
- Open the Resources dialog. For information about how to open the Resources dialog, see Changing color resources.
- Select a Project color, and then in the bottom of the right pane, click to expand Device Configuration, revealingthe source set and name of the XML file containing theresource, and a list of configuration-specific directories in which toplace that file.
- If necessary, change the XML file name.
- Check the boxes next to the directories corresponding to thedevice-specific configurations you wish to support. Any configurationfor which you do not specify a directory defaults to using the
For more information about the relationshipbetween directory names and configurations, seeSupporting Multiple Screens. For more information aboutsupported directory names, seeProviding Resources.