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Big Skins Collection for HTC Sense 2.1 – Android
Is your HTC Desire HD still on Sense 2.1? If so, here’s a good source of skins for you to play with. XDA member sopL87 compiled a big collection with over 400 different styles to choose from, suitable for all tastes. The collection includes various designs, colors, shapes, icons, ASP´s, and much more. The best part is that the creator of this thread updating it very frequently.
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Originally posted by sopL87
[SKIN][13.06.2011] Skins for HTC Sense 2.1 roms
I created/ported skins for HTC Sense 2.1 (Gingerbread) roms and decided to share my work.
Rule1: You MUST have permission to edit and post anywhere my skins. Reposting skins is NOT allowed. Read xda forum rules point 12.
Rule2: I will not fulfill personal requests, but I’m open for intelligent sugestions.
Q: Skins for my Froyo Sense rom don’t work.
A: Skins for Froyo HTC Sense 2.0 are here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=801928
Q: Skins for my Thunderbolt 4G Gingerbread Sense rom don’t work.
A: Skins for Thunderbolt 4G Gingerbread Sense 2.1 are here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show….php?t=1122229
Q: I like your skins so I post “THANKS! THANKS! THANKS!!!!!!!”
A: I am doing this to please you all. If someone want to thank me, then at the bottom of every post is “THANKS” button, so it’s not necessary to post ‘thanks posts’, keep thread clear. But from other side it’s also very motivating for me:P
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