CyanogenMod 11, 10.2, 10.1, 10, AOKP, PA, CNA. Android 4.1 - 4.4.2
• black UI / many black themed apps (see list)
• 4.4.2 Kitkat look
• highly optimized Filesize
• most complete and most advanced Theme on store
• may save some battery on AMOLED-Screens
• "This theme is missing assets for your devices screen"-Error?
-> Press "Apply Anyways".
• 'improperly compiled'-Error?
-> Apply System Theme, reboot, apply Theme again. Or goto settings->apps->all, find "Theme Chooser" and clear data/cache.
• Whatsapp gray on gray input text?
-> unfortunately not fixable. You may try Whatsapp+ (just google for it).
• Email app is not themed correctly?
-> install 4.4 Email from 'Addons' below
• 'Inverted gapps' or 'blacked out'-apps from others are not official supported. Some might work, some not.
• unfortunately there ARE some bugs (gray text on white background for example) that cannot be fixed. please appreciate this!
• Bugs on other 4.4.x Apps?
-> Please dont ask if it doesn't look like on the screenshots, its mostly up to your Rom to get updated! Theme works fine for many users! Already rebooted?
• A listed app does not appear to be themed?
-> app may got updated and will be re-themed when i have time for it!
• other question?
-> check XDA-Thread (link below) or send me an email
• You don't get answer from me?
-> i do also have a private life. please respekt this.
While free Version mostly themes System Apps, X-Version will theme this:
aCalendar, Adobe Reader, Airdroid, ADW Launcher (+ex), Carbon Backup, Dolphin Browser, Dropbox, Ebay, Evernote, Eyeem, Facebook, Facebook Messenger, FalconPro, Firefox/-beta, Greenify, Google Books, Google Chrome (+Beta), Google Currents, Google Drive, Google Ears, Google Keep, Google Plus, Google Talk, Google Translate, Google Videos, gReader/-pro, Hackers Keyboard, Hotmail, IMDb, Instagram, Kik Messenger, Now Playing, Opera Beta Pandora Radio, Paypal, Pixlr, Plume for Twitter, Rom Toolbox, Root Browser/-lite, Skype, Sleep as Android, Snapseed, Solid Explorer, Soundhound, Swype [classic Design], Tapatalk/-HD, Tasker, Torque (+pro), Twitter, Ubermusic, USAA, VLC Player, Whatsapp, XDA-Developers/-premium, Youtube.
Black Calendar: http://goo.gl/KS9d6r (flashable zip) (22.01.2014)
Black Hangouts: http://goo.gl/b3imJf (flashable zip) (22.01.2014)
stock 4.4 Email: http://goo.gl/MgDg1a (apk-file) (24.01.2014)
stock 4.4 Exchange addon: http://goo.gl/1UVBFn] (apk-file) (24.01.2014)
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2004 Just Be (As Tiësto)
2007 Elements of Life (As Tiësto)
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2011 Club Life: Volume One Las Vegas
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2013 Club Life: Volume Three Stockholm
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2012: Early career
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Studio albums (as Markus Schulz)
Without You Near (2005, Armada Music)
Progression (2007, Armada Music)
Do You Dream? (2010, Armada Music)
Scream (2012, Armada Music)
Scream II (to be released in February 2014)
Studio albums (as Dakota)
Thoughts Become Things (2009, Armada Music)
Thoughts Become Things II (1 July 2011, Armada Music)
Progression Progressed - The Remixes (2008, Armada Music)
Dakota – Thoughts Become Things II (The Remixes) (13 January 2012, Armada Music)
Do You Dream? - The Remixes (2011, Armada Music)
Coldharbour Sessions (2004, Armada Music)
Miami '05 (2005, Moist Music)
Ibiza '06 (2006, Moist Music)
Amsterdam '08 (2008, Armada Music)
Toronto '09 (2009, Armada Music)
Armada At Ibiza - Summer 2008
Las Vegas '10 (2010, Armada Music)
Prague '11 (2011, Armada Music)
Los Angeles '12 (2012, Armada Music)
Best of 2012: World Tour Compilation (15 December 2012)
Buenos Aires '13 (2013, Armada Music)
2009 Dakota - Chinook
2009 Dakota - Johnny the Fox
2009 Dakota - Sin City
2009 Markus Schulz - Do You Dream
2009 Dakota - Roxy ’84
2009 Dakota - Koolhaus
2009 Dakota - Steel Libido
2009 Dakota - Mr. Cappuccino
2010 Markus Schulz featuring Khaz - Dark Heart Waiting
2010 Markus Schulz featuring Justine Suissa - Perception
2010 Markus Schulz - Rain
2010 Markus Schulz featuring Jennifer Rene - Not the Same
2010 Markus Schulz - Future Cities
2011 Dakota - Sinners
2011 Markus Schulz & Jochen Miller - Rotunda
2011 Dakota - Sleepwalkers
2011 Dakota - Katowice
2011 Dakota - Saints
2011 Dakota - In a Green Valley
2011 Markus Schulz - Digital Madness (Transmission 2011)
2012 Markus Schulz & Dennis Sheperd - Go!
2012 Markus Schulz & Ferry Corsten - Loops & Tings
2012 Markus Schulz & Adina Butar - Caught
2012 Markus Schulz & Seri - Love Rain Down On Me
2012 Markus Schulz & Ferry Corsten - Stella
2012 Markus Schulz featuring Ana Diaz - Nothing Without Me
2013 Armin van Buuren & Markus Schulz - The Expedition
2013 Markus Schulz - The Spiritual Gateway (Transmission 2013 Theme)
2013 New World Punx - Romper
2013 Markus Schulz & Sarah Howells - Tempted
2013 Remember This
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Cameron Jibril Thomaz (born September 8, 1987), better known by the stage name Wiz Khalifa, is an American rapper and singer-songwriter. He released his debut album, Show and Prove, in 2006, and signed to Warner Bros. Records in 2007. His Eurodance-influenced single, "Say Yeah", received urban radio airplay, charting on the Rhythmic Top 40 and Hot Rap Tracks charts in 2008.
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Show and Prove (2006)
Deal or No Deal (2009)
Rolling Papers (2011)
Blacc Hollywood (2014)
Mac & Devin Go to High School (with Snoop Dogg) (2011)
Live in Concert (with Curren$y) (2013)
TBA (with Snoop Dogg) (2014)
TBA (with Taylor Gang) (2014)
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Brian Wayne Transeau (born October 4, 1971), better known by his stage name, BT, is an American music producer, composer, audio technician, multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter. He is an artist in the electronica genre – most often considered a composer of trance music, but known to work within several other styles. BT has also produced and written for artists such as Paul van Dyk, Peter Gabriel, 'N Sync, Sting, Blake Lewis, Tori Amos, and Tiësto. As a film composer, he has worked on films such as The Fast and the Furious and Monster.
Movement in Still Life (1999)
Emotional Technology (2003)
This Binary Universe (2006)
These Hopeful Machines (2010)
If the Stars are Eternal So are You and I (2012)
Morceau Subrosa (2012)
A Song Across Wires (2013)
Singles and EPs
"Anomaly" (1995) (as Libra, in collaboration with DJ Taylor)
"The Moment of Truth" (1995) (As Brian Transeau)
"Relativity" (1995) (As Brian Transeau)
"Embracing the Sunshine" #34 UK (1995)
"Loving You More" #14 UK (1996) (vocals by Vincent Covello)
"Blue Skies" #26 UK (1996) (vocals by Tori Amos)
"Flaming June" #19 UK (1997)
"Love, Peace and Grease" #41 UK (1997)
"Remember" #27 UK (1998) (vocals by Jan Johnston)
"Godspeed" #54 UK (1998)
"Mercury and Solace" #38 UK (1999) (vocals by Jan Johnston)
"Dreaming" #38 UK (2000) (vocals by Kirsty Hawkshaw)
"Smartbomb" (2000) (vocals by Rasco)
"Never Gonna Come Back Down" #51 UK (2000) (vocals by Mike Doughty)
"Flesh" (2001) (vocals by Jan Johnston)
"Shame" (2001) (vocals by BT)
"Somnambulist (Simply Being Loved)" (2003) (vocals by BT and JC Chasez)
The Technology EP (2004)
Human Technology EP (2005)
"Force of Gravity" (2005) (vocals by BT and JC Chasez)
"The Rose of Jericho" (2009)
"Every Other Way" (2009) (vocals by JES and BT)
"Suddenly" (2010) (vocals by BT and Christian Burns)
"Forget Me" (2010) (vocals by BT and Christian Burns)
"The Emergency" (2010)
"Le Nocturne de Lumière" (2010)
"A Million Stars" (2011) (vocals by Kirsty Hawkshaw)
"In the Air" (2011) (with Morgan Page & Sultan & Ned Shepard; vocals by Angela McCluskey)
"Tomahawk" (2011) (with Adam K)
"Looking Glass" (2012) (vocals by Christian Burns)
"Must Be the Love" (2012) (with Arty and Nadia Ali)
"Partysaurus Overflow" (2012) (with Au5)
"Surrounded" (2013) (vocals by Aqualung)
Contrary to popular belief she actually does music too. Some of it is really good.
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Kimberly Noel "Kim" Kardashian (born October 21, 1980) is an American television personality, fashion designer, model, and actress. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, she first garnered media attention through her then-friend Paris Hilton. In 2007, Kardashian came to prominence after a sex tape with her then-boyfriend Ray J was leaked. Later that year, she and her family were commissioned to star in the reality television series Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Its success has led to the creation of spin-offs including Kourtney and Kim Take New York and Kourtney and Kim Take Miami. In 2010, Kardashian was named the highest-paid reality television personality, with estimated earnings of $6 million.
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Porno for Pyros was an American alternative rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1992, following the initial break-up of Jane's Addiction. The band comprised former Jane's Addiction members Perry Farrell (vocals) and Stephen Perkins (drums), alongside Peter DiStefano (guitar) and Martyn LeNoble (bass).
The band released two studio albums, Porno for Pyros (1993) and Good God's Urge (1996), before parting ways in 1998, after guitarist Peter DiStefano was diagnosed with cancer.
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Hugo Pierre Leclercq, known by his stage name Madeon, is a French house/electro house/nu-disco/pop producer from France. He gained popularity by means of his video "Pop Culture", which was published to YouTube and subsequently received millions of hits in its first few days of broadcast on the Internet.
Leclercq started composing music at the age of 11, producing trance under the name of "DJ Deamon" and hands-up under the name of "Wayne Mont" until 2010 when he began producing house music under his current name, Madeon, which is an anagram of his previous nickname. He won a remix competition for "The Island" by Pendulum the same year.
He went on to remix other electronic artists' tracks the following year. A clip of him performing his mash-up "Pop Culture", uploaded to YouTube on 7 July 2011, propelled him to international fame. It featured samples from thirty-nine songs mixed together on-the-fly using a Novation Launchpad. The clip quickly went viral and reached over six million views in just a few days.
During live performances, apart from the Launchpads, he also uses Novation's Zero SL MKII, FL Studio, and Ableton Live. His first live performance was in Paris in April, 2011 where he was a support act to Yelle, and his UK debut was at The Nest in Dalston, London where he performed alongside the likes of Jacques Lu Cont.
Leclercq has been featured several times on 15 Minutes of Fame, a segment of Pete Tong's radio show on BBC Radio 1, with both his debut single "Icarus" and his remix for Deadmau5's "Raise Your Weapon" given their first full play on the show. His live recorded performance debut was for Pete Tong's BBC Radio 1 gala event in Hull on 27 January 2012, where he played a 20 minute-long set.
As a sign of his rapid rise to international fame, in 2012, he was invited to play four major American festivals, the Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Coachella in California, Lollapalooza in Chicago, and Electric Daisy Carnival in New York, as well as several UK dance music festivals, including the Dance Arena at Radio 1's Hackney Weekend 2012; he also provided support for Swedish House Mafia's headlining set at the Milton Keynes Bowl.  Leclercq was listed at number 54 on DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs list in 2012.
Three of his songs have been used in media franchises: "Icarus" was featured in the US show Dancing With The Stars in May 2012 and 21 May 2013 (finals with Aly Raisman) and on the in-game soundtrack of Forza Horizon; "Finale" was featured in EA Sports' FIFA 13 and the opening cinematic of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale; "The City" appears in the Need For Speed Most Wanted franchise. "Finale" and Leclercq's remix of "The Night Out" by Martin Solveig were featured on the official soundtrack of ESPN's 2013 Winter X Games event in Tignes, France and both received several plays on air. "Finale" continues to be used as the bumper music for X Games broadcasts.
He toured with Lady Gaga as an opening act during her Born This Way Ball. Leclercq has cited The Beatles and Daft Punk as his greatest musical influences. Madeon released a new single on 3 August 2013 titled "Technicolor." Madeon worked with Lady Gaga on three tracks, "Gypsy", "Mary Jane Holland", and "Venus" on her 2013 album ARTPOP.