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AIO Mod for Sensation Brings Tweaks and Theming to Sense 3.6
Development for the HTC Sensation has been on fire recently. With a number of exceptional modifications, ROMs, and miscellaneous developments going on recently; the Sensation has been given a second wind of development. And, of course, from initial developments comes developments from those developments such as new ROMs getting mods, tweaks, and themes.
XDA Senior Member jerrytan93 has released an all-in-one mod that adds some fun tweaks and mods along with some good theming for users to enjoy. It can be used on any number of ROMs, but was built based on the framework of ROMs with Sense 3.6. The mod itself makes a lot of changes in anywhere from the framework to the Rosie even down to even modifying some settings and including a specially modified LeeDroid Tweaks. A few of the specific features are:
Super APM (Advance Power Menu) thanks to j4n87
NO FORCE CLOSE when preparing SD card
5×4 or 5×5 app drawer grid tweak-able by Leedroid tweaks
REMOVED ‘All Apps’ text below the icon and realigned to center
So users can not only expect a smoother experience but with the themed elements a much more eye catching experience as well.
For additional information, full change log and download links, check out jerrytan93’s AIO Mod Thread. As usual, don’t forget to make a backup in case something goes wrong. Say no to bootlooping.
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