You may have seen that most of Google apps comes with dark mode. When Android 10 officially rolled out, dark mode aficionados were a bit miffed to see that several of the apps that were still white hadn’t been updated yet. The Google app, Play Store, Maps, and Gmail were the biggest holdouts, but now the last one is finally getting its darkness on.
How to Active Gmail Dark Theme
So download the latest version Gmail app v2019.08.18.267 and then sign in after that in the settings, widget, and splashscreen — then our first real look at the entire app in dark came
You can see the theme setting look of the Gmail app.
How to Enable Dark Theme in Root
I played around with the root files and found the flag to enable dark theme:
I’m on version 2019.08.18.267044774. Release and Android Q as an FYI.
Go to data\data\com.google.android.gm\shared_prefs\FlagPrefs.xml
Search for “DarkThemeSupport” (should be one of the first flags) and change to True. Save.
Force close Gmail and reopen. Theme support should be now there in the General Settings.
Download Dark Gmail Apk
[appbox googleplay com.google.android.gm]
Download Google Playstore Dark Mode
Mod and Original apk coming soon
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Last Updated on September 12, 2019 by Admin