How to Create Custom Themes for Your Samsung Phone Using Theme Park

Anil Ganti

Good Lock is arguably one of the best OEM supplied customization suite out there. Unfortunately, not a lot of users know about it thanks to Samsung's lack of advertising. Good Lock lets you customize just about everything on your phone via a set of modules that need to be installed individually. LockStar and QuickStar let you customize your lock screen and quick access panel respectively. MultiStar offers an enhanced multi-window experience and Nice Shot is a multi-purpose screenshot editor. Samsung has now added a new Good Lock module called Theme Park that lets you create and customize your themes. Here's a step-by-step tutorial on how to use it:

Create custom themes for your Galaxy smartphone using Theme Park in 8 easy steps

Step 1: Download and install Good Lock from the Galaxy Store. If it isn't available in your region, download it off a third-party site such as APKMirror. Do note that you'll have to repeat the process for all individual modules if you choose to go down this route.

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Step 2: Open Good Lock and tap on the Family tab. Here, tap on Theme Park. You'll then be redirected to its Galaxy Store page where you'll have to download and install it.

Step 3: Navigate back to Good Lock and open Theme Park.

Step 4: Tap the Design new theme button and you'll be taken to the following screen.

Step 5: Tap on the top-left image to customize your Home Screen and the bottom-left image for the Lock Screen.


Step 6: Tinker around with the color, style and icon tabs till you find your perfect fit.

Step 7: Once you're done, hit the save icon on the top-right. You'll be taken to the My Themes app, where you'll see it alongside all other on-device themes.

Step 8: Select your theme and apply it. And voila, you now have your own custom theme.

You can use Theme Park along with other Good Lock modules to further customize your phone's look. The best part is, all of the tools are Samsung certified, so you don't have to worry about third-parties siphoning your data away. Good Lock is supported on most devices running Android 9-based One UI.

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