Collection of DesireHD HTC Hub: New Ringtones, Wallpapers and More
HTC is doing a great job with the new HTC Hub. The HTC Hub on the DesireHD ROM already contains a lot of useful stuff, so XDA member v-b-n decided to upload a pack, which includes ringtones, notification sounds and a few of the many wallpapers that are available on the Hub right now.
Originally posted by v-b-n
To my amazement I found too much stuff already available on HTC Hub for Desire HD ROM users. I downloaded all the notifications and ringtones till today and some wallpapers since there are a ton of categories.
Enjoy on your old phones till you get a hand on the DHD
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