Design Your Own Sense 2.1 Slider
Brent372 presents his updated cab to you, it will allow you to design your own personal slider for Sense 2.1. Your can choose from over 180 different icons to bring new live and some change to your device.
Originally posted by brent372
Create your own SenseUI (v2.1) Slider
Please read and understand the instructions below. It is very important that you follow them!!!
- Review the sections below and mentally chose the icon you want for each section. There are a total of 12 sections.
- Download the icons you want. You should end up with a total of 12 CAB files.
- Install all the cabs you just downloaded (the order you install them does not matter)
- After all CAB files are installed, Soft Reset (reboot) your phone and enjoy !!!
If you already have a slider you like and want to change only certain icons on it, just download and install those icons! If you have an icon or icons you would like to be made into slider icons, just send me a PM and I will do the leg work and add them to the matrix.
For more information continue on to the application thread.
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