Aroma Installer Ported to the HTC One X via Mod Pack
The AROMA Installer has become a little underground treasure here at XDA. For those who don’t know, the AROMA Installer has slowly been making it’s way around. The installer itself can be loosely compared to Windows Install Wizard, wherein it allows users to choose which apps, mods and tweaks are installed. While it is intended for ROM developers, if users know what they’re doing, they can use it as well.
XDA Senior Member leventccc has brought one of the first mod packs to the HTC One X, and among its features comes comes the AROMA Installer. The mod pack itself has a bunch of fun features all its own, including:
– Sony Bravia Engine
– Volume Wake Option (Enable and Disable)
– AROMA Installer (Touch Screen)
– Black HTC One Boot Animation
– Stock HTC One Boot Animation
– AOSP Android 4.0 Boot Animation Optimized for HTC One X (Very smooth)
– Recent Apps Button Mod to Use as Menu Button (Includes revert package)
– Compatible with Android Revolution HD and ROMeOSx
– More to come
Having a few boot animations is always nice, and the recent apps button and volume wake tweaks bring some functionality for users looking for more than the AROMA installer for their HTC One X.
For additional details, download links, change log and more, check out the original thread.
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