ElCondor · Jul 14, 2010 at 09:00 am

Detox Desire: Sense Theme for Desire and Droid Incredible

Browsing the forums, we came across this very nice HTC Sense theme by XDA member cubanaso. Inspired by GTX, the theme delivers a great clean look with nice white aesthetics. You need to flash it from Recovery, which means it will only work on rooted devices. Originally, Detox Desire was created for the HTC Desire by cubanaso, but XDA member USAsokr decided to make the theme compatible with the Droid Incredible. However, some changes have been made to the design, so the themes are not exactly the same.

Originally posted by cubanaso

First off, I want to thank for this great community that XDA has created. I also want to thank El Condor for his great work on the GTX theme it inspired me to create this theme. Thanks to the themers out there in the nexus community. Big ups to manup for his great guides on nexus-nation and jmotyka for all his help. I started this theme by putting together a collection pngs’ from different roms while focusing on simplicity. I then started editing all the png’s from the ground up. Lastly thanks paul for his great desire port! if it wasnt for that I would have never been able to create this theme. I posting a teaser pic to gauge interest from the community. The release of this theme depends solely on the interest of the community members, so the more interest the sooner I release it. Hope you guys enjoy!

Originally posted by USAsokr

All credit goes to Cubanaso for the images used and the original design.

UPDATE 2.1:
Fixes PowerWidget

UPDATE:

  1. updated the theme to match Cubanaso’s new 1.3 update.
  2. Modified sense apps to match theme. (I applied the same changes in Cubanaso’s Detox Desire v1.3 apps to the stock DInc apps)
  3. Fixed some graphics I forgot to change in the first one. For example the notification tray is now properly themed.
  4. Fonts taken from Detox Desire v1.3 (included in new zip) (If you don’t like them from the look of the screenshots, just delete /system/fonts/ from the zip)
  5. Does not include Services.jar from 1.3 update. (When time permits… gotta learn how.. Busy… If anyone else wants to give it a shot, go for it)

I still can’t change that USB icon or the VZW backup icon.

It’s nice to see more themes coming, and we definitely hope this will encourage more people to make their themes.
Check out the Desire thread and the Droid Incredible thread for installation instructions and download.


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