egzthunder1 · Sep 14, 2010 at 03:00 pm

Custom Mods for Manila and Sense

If you are into modding Manila or Sense, but simply don’t have the time nor the patience to do it, XDA member conantroutman brings us this wonderful collection of mods for your favorite UIs. You can find options to replace the Home Tab clock, various elements of the lock screen, as well as changing the background of the letters in the Mail application. So, if you really want your device to stand out from the  crowd, make sure that you try to mix and match these and make your device more “you”.

This Is A Collection Of The Various Manila Mods Ive Made
I Hope You Find Something You Like!

All feedback is much appreciated……
Even if you think something sucks……………….

  • 1st Post – Flip Clocks
  • 2nd Post – Email Tab Mods
  • 3rd Post – Brushed Steel “Theme”
  • 4th Post – Various Manila Related Nonsense

You can find more information in the mods threads.

Thanks to bigchrizzieboy for the tip.


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