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Lenovo Vibe UI themes for FREE[Download]

Here Vibe UI Themes are for Lenovo A6000, Lenovo A7000, Lenovo Vibe P1m, Lenovo K4 Note, Lenovo K3 Note, Lenovo Vibe P1, Lenovo Vibe S1,Lenovo P2, Lenovo K8 note,Lenovo K8 note plus and all other Lenovo devices which have VIBE UI Operating system or ROM installed.

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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 downloaded theme on your SD Card or inbuilt 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


10 Best Custom ROMs for Android

If you love tinkering or if you are just looking to get on-board with the latest Android version, Custom ROMs are the way to go. Choosing a custom ROM is a tough job, as it looks complicated and there’s also the issue of compatibility or serious bugs. Well, we are here to make things easier.

Here are the 10 Best Custom ROMs for Android:

Note: Installing a custom ROM requires you to root a device, which voids the warranty on most smartphones and if things go wrong, the process might even brick your device. So, do it only if you are sure and be careful. 

1. CyanogenMod


CyanogenMod has grown a lot since its yesteryear’s and it’s now a full fledged company, which also offers Cyanogen OS. CyanogenMod’s popularity in the Android world is no surprise because it packs a plethora of unique features like the integrated theme engine, custom profiles, gestures and the ability to customize everything. You can configure the working of the navigation bar, status bar, notification drawer and hardware buttons. Moreover, the ROM isregularly updated and supports most of the devices available on the market. It also recently started offering nightly builds of CyanogenMod 13, based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

2. Paranoid Android

Paranoid Android ROM

Paranoid Android is another very popular ROM, which has been competing against CyanogenMod since a long time. The ROM has a beautiful interface and you can customize everything the way you want. There are a number of cool unique features like hover notifications, cool immersive mode (hides the status and navigation bars), dynamic system bars, peek notifications from lockscreen and ability to use gestures instead of the navigation buttons. Furthermore, it packs in Cyanogen’s theme engine along with various other customization features. The ROM is officially available for Nexus, Oppo and OnePlus devices but you can get it on other devices through unofficial channels on XDA.

3. Cataclysm

Cataclysm ROM

Cataclysm might not be a fancy looking ROM, as it rocks the stock Android look but it aims at bringing value additions for a solid performance. The ROM brings a lot of handy additions like configurable toggles, lockscreen along with customization options for status bar, notifications etc. Other notable features include Smart Radio, App Ops, battery styles, navigation bar options and more. The ROM is best known for its great performance and solid builds, with the least number of bugs. The ROM is only available for Nexus devices officially but you can get the ROM for other devices from unofficial channels like XDA. Well, if you are looking for a solid Marshmallow ROM with tons of features, Cataclysm should be good enough.

4. Resurrection Remix

Ressurrection Remix ROM

Resurrection Remix is one of the most stable, regularly updated and clean looking ROMs, which also stands out through its features. The ROM lets you personalize everything, from the lockscreen, notifications drawer to the navigation buttons and animations. Other feature include Pitch Black dark theme, customizable notifications and more. Ressurrection Remix is a ROM aimed at people who want to tinker with every element in the interface. The ROM’s website states clearly that it has an amalgam of features from other popular ROMs. The good news is that the ROM is supported on various Android smartphones and the developers recently outed a Marshmallow build as well.

5. Dirty Unicorns

Dirty Unicorn ROM

If plethora of options and features excite you, you must get the Dirty Unicorns ROM. The Marshmallow based open-source ROM includes the CM Theme engine along with other cool features like status bar & notification drawer mods, notification LED settings, lockscreen configurations and more extensive customizations. The ROM includes a cool “Dirty Tweaks” section, where you will find all the tweaks including double tap to lock, immersive mode, OmniSwitch floating toolbar, dataflow indicators and more. There are many more features and you should love it if you love fiddling with settings. The ROM is supported on many devices, although some devices have been left behind after the dawn of Marshmallow builds.

6. XenonHD


XenonHD is a fast and performance oriented ROM, thanks to its lightweight nature. Along with the performance, the ROM does not sacrifice on features as well. It brings layers based RRO theming, which lets you theme your interface according to your need. The ROM brings a stock look but you can customize everything including the status bar, notification drawer, buttons etc. The Lollipop based ROM also includes features like built-in root access, privacy guard, filter notifications and more. The ROM is certainly not very feature rich but it arguably brings the most stable and breezy performance. The ROM is available for a few Samsung, Sony, Nexus, HTC, Oppo devices through the official channels but you can get it on other devices from unofficial channels as well.

7. BlissPop

BlissPop ROM

BlissPop might not be as popular as others on the list but it holds its own due to its unique features. The CM12 Lollipop based ROM adds a number if cool features like “Bliss interface”, which packs in all tweak settings in one place, making sure your Settings page is cleaner and more usable. There are other cool features like lockscreen shortcuts, battery styles, status bar configurations,navigation rings, left-handed mode, LiveDisplay etc. It also lets you customize all the interface elements to its core. For instance, you can change the icons, colors, texts, fonts and more in the status bar. BlissPop is available for a number of devices through official as well as unofficial channels.

8. OmniROM

Omni ROM

OmniROM is another popular ROM developed by ex-Cyanogen developers and a Marshmallow build of the ROM was recently released with unique features it has been known for. The ROM brings features like OmniJAWS weather service, DSPManager, delta update system, dark mode UI, quick settings panel, enhanced Do Not Disturb mode along with the usual customization options we expect from a ROM. The most intriguing feature it brings is OmniSwitch, which lets you switch between different apps quickly and easily. OmniROM is available for various devices from the likes of Oppo, Sony, Samsung, HTC, Asus, LG and of course, Nexus devices.

9. Euphoria OS

Euphoria OS

Euphoria OS, previously known as Mahdi is a popular ROM based on AOSP and it recently took the plunge to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Along with the usual personalization options, it brings features like privacy guard, LED manager, hardware keys configuration, profiles, double tap to wake and more. Also, ituses a custom kernel, which is supposed to bring better performance and battery usage improvements by under-clocking the device, when not using extensive apps. Other features of the ROM include different animations, lockscreen weather, configurable power menu & recents screen and more. Euphoria OS is available officially for a few smartphones including the ones from Nexus, Motorola, OnePlus, LG etc.

10. MIUI


MIUI is a popular name, thanks to Xiaomi’s increasing market share and the good news is that the ROM is available as for other devices as well. While the OS does look like a rehash of iOS, it still looks beautiful and most importantly, works flawlessly. MIUI is for people who want a huge departure from stock Android. The ROM brings some handy features like Child Mode, Showtime, popup view, Blacklist, data stats, MiCloud, Theme store and more. It also lets you customize everything about the interface and moreover, the ROM is regularly updated. The ROM also supports a lot of devices including older ones, so you can certainly breathe new life to your older smartphones through MIUI.

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Five million Gmail addresses and passwords dumped online

A user with online alias “tvskit ” posted an archive file containing nearly 5 million Gmail addresses and plain text passwords on Bitcoin security forum called btcsec.com and claimed that over 60 percent of credentials found inside are valid.

Although, according to security firm CSIS ,  the data is old and likely sourced from multiple data breaches

We can’t confirm that it is indeed as much as 60 percent, but a great amount of the leaked data is legitimate,

said Peter Kruse, the chief technology officer of CSIS Security Group, a Danish security company that provides cybercrime intelligence to financial institutions and law enforcement.

CSIS researchers not only analyzed the data but also concluded that it is up to 3 years old based on correlations with past leaks.

We believe the data doesn’t originate from Google directly,

Kruse said via email.

Instead it’s likely it comes from various sources that have been compromised.

This means that many of the leaked passwords do not correspond to Gmail or Google accounts, but to accounts on other sites where users have used their Gmail addresses as the user name.

CSIS has confirmation that at least five of the leaked user name and password pairs were never used as log-in credentials for Gmail or Google accounts. This enforces the idea that the data comes from compromises outside Google, though it’s possible that they were all perpetrated by a single individual or group, Kruse said.

“The security of our users is of paramount importance to us,” a Google representative said Wednesday via email. “We have no evidence that our systems have been compromised, but whenever we become aware that an account has been compromised, we take steps to help our users secure their accounts.”

Even if many of the leaked credentials turn out not to be from Google, affected users might still want to change their passwords on websites where they used their Gmail address as the user name. A website called isleaked.com allows users to check if their email address is among those leaked.