If MacGyver had a Nexus 7, he'd most definitely have TWRP installed. It's the softModder's Swiss Army knife for all things modding. You can flash custom ROMs, install add-ons, recover from a disaster, and much more.
But even with a wide array of modding features, TWRP, which stands for Team Win Recovery Project, falls short in the UI category. Its buttons are ugly, fonts are jagged, and it downright looks out of place compared to the rest of Android Jelly Bean. If you ask me, TWRP needs a serious UI overhaul. So today, I'm going to show you how to make TWRP look less like the Windows command... more