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Customise your EVO with Carbon Fibre Film
We all like to protect our precious devices while getting them to look good in the process. One of the popular themes for backgrounds and skins is the carbon fibre look, and XDA forum member Hrshycro has taken this idea one step further.
Hrshycro has used some carbon fibre film made from 3M’s carbon fibre DI-NOC vinyl and moulded this to the back cover of his EVO4G!
It looks pretty slick and perfectly complements the metal and red highlights of the EVO. Already receiving requests from other members, the process involves a blade, a hairdryer, your own two hands and little bit of skill.
To find out more about how it’s done, check out the forum thread to follow Hrshycro‘s tutorial.
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