UniFi VoIP - Theme Management Guide


Readers will learn to use the Theme Management System from the VoIP Controller.  Readers will also learn how to copy a theme from one UVP to another UVP.

Table of Contents

  1. Requirements
  2. How to Enable Theme Manager
  3. How to Fetch Themes from Devices
  4. How to Apply a Theme to Device(s)
  5. Related Articles


  1. UVP Version 5.0.11 or newer
  2. VoIP Controller Version 1.0.4 or newer.

How to Enable Theme Management

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1. Login to your UniFi VoIP Controller and Click Settings.

2. Click the Controller tab.

3. Check the Enable Theme Management checkbox.

4. Click the green Apply button to save the change.

5. Click the X in the top right-hand corner to close the Settings Dialog.

How to Fetch Themes from Device(s)

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1. Click Themes in the Navigation menu.

2. Click the Fetch Theme From Phone button.

3. Click the Get button beside the device you wish to fetch the theme from.

4. This can take anywhere from 5-45 seconds to fetch theme.  After a successful theme fetch, the screen will show Theme Fetched Successfully in a green toast.

5. Repeat Step 3 for each device.

6. When completed, click Cancel button to return to Theme Management Dashboard.

How to Apply a Theme to Device(s)

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1. Click Themes in the Navigation menu.

2. You can click show on both themes fetched from the devices.  This will display a snapshot of the launcher screen(s).

3. Click Apply for the theme you wish to apply to another UVP.  In this image, I will be applying Theme from to the UVP-Pro(

4. Select the checkbox next to the device(s) that you wish to apply the theme.

5. Click the green Apply button to apply the theme to the selected device(s).

6. Click the Confirm button to confirm the changes.

7. You should see the toast Theme applied successfully when completed.

8.  You can repeat the above steps to fetch the theme from the device you applied the theme to, and it should have copied the wallpaper, apps(if installed), and widgets to the launcher from the original device's theme.

Original Theme(before theme changed)

Applied Theme(copied from

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