WenWM · Feb 12, 2010 at 04:16 pm

A List of all Sense 2.5 Mods & Tweaks

Sense 2.5 is currently the best UI running on our HTC devices. Smaberg keeps track of the mods and tweaks that are available and it has just been updated.

Originally Posted by smaberg
Touch X remove top curtian.cab -remove the half transparent curtain(where operator logo is)
Touch X reset and wifi.cab -adds shortcuts for quick reset and WiFi on/off, nice to have on new program tab..
Touch X send button commmanager.cab -Hold send button 3 sec. to start commmanager
Touch X show owner.cab -Show owner icon in settings
Touch X startmenu transparent BG.cab -Make the background on WM6.5 startmenu 100% opaque, looks very nice
Touch X Taskmanager.cab -adds the missing taskmanager(top right corner)
Touch X Battery icon 100% with 1% increments like 97%, 96%, 95%
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