How to add a ParrotOS style command line to Termux

Make your Android phone terminal look like the ParrotOS terminal

A nice little GitHub project that has reskinned the Termux interface for Android to look similar to ParrotOS ohmyzsh terminal.

Install is super easy and will work on most if not all devices that are compatible with Termux.

First open Termux and enter these commands one by one

cd $HOME
pkg up -y
pkg install git -y
git clone https://github.com/termuxprofessor/parrotshell
cd parrotshell
chmod +x *
bash install.sh
install
Yes
successfully installed

Now fully close and reopen Termux and you should be presented with the new style!

parrot terminal

To Uninstall

cd $HOME
cd parrotshell
bash uninstall.sh

That will uninstall the theme and you will be normal.

Credit: TermuxProfessor on GitHub – https://github.com/termuxprofessor/parrotshell

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