Coolest HTC_IME Themes For CM6
Having a good looking keyboard not only can improve your typing experience but also complement your device’s look and design. These new themes try to do just that with HTC’s keyboard. The thread, started by XDA member smoothtaste has themes of different colors, but my favorite is the one above with the Superman logo in the space bar and the blue/black color scheme.
9/13/10 – Added pink keyboard as per itrackit’s request.
8/27/10 – Added new dark keyboard. Working on themed swype.
I have attached two themed HTC_IME keyboards for CM6.
Blue looks great with blue, obviously, and black looks great with vanilla as well as works with blackmod splendidly.
Screenies only available from the blue build currently, please post more from whatever your build is. You can install these from a file manager.
To install just go to sdcard in a file manager such as Astro, and select the file. Then on your home screen press menu, go to settings, go to keyboards, and check the box beside HTC_IME mod.
Thanks go out to the xda team for originally making this keyboard what it is.
If you need a new look on your keyboard, grab a copy in the thread and install.
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