Customize your Sense further with Colored Sense Bits
Do you find yourself getting bored with the standard grey that Sense uses for the + mark, the loading maker, and some other small bits? Do you want to customize the look of your Sense UI even more? Well, take a look at what XDA member [★] has provided us with. His simple little modifications will allow you to change the color of some sense bits such as the “+” marks and others. Although this is just for fun, this can also help you get your Sense to go along with your theme.
Hey guys and gals heres a few little color mods I made primarily for my rom but I thought, seens as though its easy, I would make some more colors
I will update with more colors and more things skinned in the future, heres some basic ones for now Hope ya like them ^^
These cabs color little parts of manila’s tabs, I just thought it was a bit more interesting than the original grey ones.
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