Naked Simplicity(Transparent)

Naked Simplicity(Transparent)

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Naked Simplicity was originally a Miui Theme created by dbilliter and i ported over the theme for cyanogenmod7!

**Please BackUP before you do any of this**

**The theme will mainly change icons in the notification bar and other little things**

**To get a transparent status bar, please visit: **

Theme Installation:
1)Just install like any other theme then go to theme chooser
2)Hit the NakedSimplicity Preview
3)Apply Anyway and Reboot!


**If you like my work, please consider donating/to support the theme, Thank You**

** For more info visit:

Tags: naked simplicity theme, smooth theme for miui, naked simplicity, change notification bar, transparent notification bar.

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Comments and ratings for Naked Simplicity(Transparent)
  • (66 stars)

    by Ryan Michael on 21/12/2013

    I installed it on my tablet and it didn't change a thing.

  • (66 stars)

    by A Google User on 23/09/2012

    I'm stupid, I didn't notice stuff, this is a good theme.

  • (66 stars)

    by Tim on 25/10/2011

    Very smooth
    Looks great! Image ghosting on the Epic(any machine) try reading the directions - dev responded before I finished typing the email - also smells great

  • (66 stars)

    by Jordan on 07/10/2011

    This dev
    Kgill7 is a great dev! Emailed him questions and got responses VERY quickly...not to mention GREAT themes!!!

  • (66 stars)

    by Adam on 01/10/2011

    Market is messed up.
    You can't read the names of apps you search for. You can only read developer name. Name of app is black, while name of developer is white. Fix please.

  • (66 stars)

    by Chris on 04/08/2011

    Nice theme!
    @edrick It's called Desktop Visualizer.

  • (66 stars)

    by edrick on 30/07/2011

    What's the name of the icons used for the homescreen. Not the status bar the actual home screen.