Google Android O preview shows support for Custom Themes


Currently, the latest Android version on which our smartphones are running on is Android Nougat 7.0 and it is awesome. But Google soon plans to launch Android 8.0 too.

We have already got the first preview about Android O and even got a second preview which shows us what new will be added. In the second preview of Android O one such new feature is support for custom themes. Earlier there had been no theme support but this time Google wants to break that system and provide support for themes.

In the preview which we received, under the settings and then display option, there is a new sub option i.e. Device Theme. There had been n such option ever. When we clicked on the Device Theme option two new options popped up ‘Pixel’ and ‘android.auto_generated_rro_’.

In the first preview of Android O, the two options were ‘Pixel’ which was default and ‘Inverted’, but in the second preview it’s totally opposite.

What Google is trying to bring RRO theming system to Google 8.0, which was earlier not available with. RRO theming system is preferred by popular Android ROMS.  But the doubt is that whether such feature will come up or no. As there has been no official announcement yet.

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