[Theme] How To Install Theme In Termux Using Oh My Zsh Easy Method

How To Install Theme In Termux Using Oh My Zsh

What is Termux ? 

Termux is an Android terminal emulator which is based on linux environment you can many tools which can be run on linux.

You can perform many security checkup using most famous tools ( ex – nmap, Metasploit , mitmf , sql injection , etc )

Termux support both rooted and unrooted devices

You can termux as a root to perform extra attacks which requires root access .


Open the app , you will see graphical interface 

Click on install packages , it will download some basic packages ( make sure you are connected with internet )

Now you can use termux

Before using it ( make sure you are connected with internet )

What can you do with termux  ?

1. we can perform different security check ups

2. Pentesting

3. Vulnerability Scanning

4. Ethical Hacking

We can do most of things using termux 

Oh-My-Zsh Setup In Termux

It is famous tool which uses zsh shell, now bash shell is changed with zsh shell in kali linux.

Zsh comes with many features that’s why kali linux using that shell instead of bash shell.How To Install Theme In Termux Using Oh My Zsh

1. Clone the repository:

  •  git clone https://github.com/ohmyzsh/ohmyzsh.git ~/.oh-my-zsh

2. Optionally, backup your existing ~/.zshrc file:

  • cp ~/.zshrc ~/.zshrc.orig

3. Create a new zsh configuration file

You can create a new zsh config file by copying the template that we have included for you.

  • cp ~/.oh-my-zsh/templates/zshrc.zsh-template ~/.zshrc

Change the shell

  • chsh -s zsh
  • nano ~/.zshrc

You can use many themes using theme name

All Theme

Edit zshrc and change the theme name

  • ZSH_THEME=robbyrussell
How To Install Theme In Termux Using Oh My Zsh

# If you come from bash you might have to change your $PATH.
# export PATH=$HOME/bin:/usr/local/bin:$PATH

# Path to your oh-my-zsh installation.
export ZSH=$HOME/.oh-my-zsh

# Set name of the theme to load --- if set to "random", it will
# load a random theme each time oh-my-zsh is loaded, in which case,
# to know which specific one was loaded, run: echo $RANDOM_THEME
# See https://github.com/ohmyzsh/ohmyzsh/wiki/Themes

# Set list of themes to pick from when loading at random
# Setting this variable when ZSH_THEME=random will cause zsh to load
# a theme from this variable instead of looking in $ZSH/themes/
# If set to an empty array, this variable will have no effect.
# ZSH_THEME_RANDOM_CANDIDATES=( "robbyrussell" "agnoster" )

# Uncomment the following line to use case-sensitive completion.

# Uncomment the following line to use hyphen-insensitive completion.
# Case-sensitive completion must be off. _ and - will be interchangeable.

# Uncomment one of the following lines to change the auto-update behavior
# zstyle ':omz:update' mode disabled  # disable automatic updates
# zstyle ':omz:update' mode auto      # update automatically without asking
# zstyle ':omz:update' mode reminder  # just remind me to update when it's time

# Uncomment the following line to change how often to auto-update (in days).
# zstyle ':omz:update' frequency 13

# Uncomment the following line if pasting URLs and other text is messed up.

# Uncomment the following line to disable colors in ls.

# Uncomment the following line to disable auto-setting terminal title.

# Uncomment the following line to enable command auto-correction.

# Uncomment the following line to display red dots whilst waiting for completion.
# You can also set it to another string to have that shown instead of the default red dots.
# e.g. COMPLETION_WAITING_DOTS="%F{yellow}waiting...%f"
# Caution: this setting can cause issues with multiline prompts in zsh < 5.7.1 (see #5765)

# Uncomment the following line if you want to disable marking untracked files
# under VCS as dirty. This makes repository status check for large repositories
# much, much faster.

# Uncomment the following line if you want to change the command execution time
# stamp shown in the history command output.
# You can set one of the optional three formats:
# "mm/dd/yyyy"|"dd.mm.yyyy"|"yyyy-mm-dd"
# or set a custom format using the strftime function format specifications,
# see 'man strftime' for details.
# HIST_STAMPS="mm/dd/yyyy"

# Would you like to use another custom folder than $ZSH/custom?
# ZSH_CUSTOM=/path/to/new-custom-folder

# Which plugins would you like to load?
# Standard plugins can be found in $ZSH/plugins/
# Custom plugins may be added to $ZSH_CUSTOM/plugins/
# Example format: plugins=(rails git textmate ruby lighthouse)
# Add wisely, as too many plugins slow down shell startup.

source $ZSH/oh-my-zsh.sh

# User configuration

# export MANPATH="/usr/local/man:$MANPATH"

# You may need to manually set your language environment
# export LANG=en_US.UTF-8

# Preferred editor for local and remote sessions
# if [[ -n $SSH_CONNECTION ]]; then
#   export EDITOR='vim'
# else
#   export EDITOR='mvim'
# fi

# Compilation flags
# export ARCHFLAGS="-arch x86_64"

# Set personal aliases, overriding those provided by oh-my-zsh libs,
# plugins, and themes. Aliases can be placed here, though oh-my-zsh
# users are encouraged to define aliases within the ZSH_CUSTOM folder.
# For a full list of active aliases, run `alias`.
# Example aliases
# alias zshconfig="mate ~/.zshrc"
# alias ohmyzsh="mate ~/.oh-my-zsh"

How To Install Theme In Termux Using Oh My Zsh


In this article we show How To Install Theme In Termux Using Oh My Zsh, oh my zsh comes with many themes and with different interesting features. Now most of the linux distro is using zsh shell. Oh My Zsh is an open source, community-driven framework for managing your zsh configuration.

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