Detox Theme Ported To HTC Evo
The HTC Evo is one of the best devices ever made, so it seems fair to have one of the best themes for it. Originally created by XDA member cubanaso and ported by XDA member Konikub, it manages to give the Evo a very clean white look for people who want something more simplistic.
This is a theme I found over in the Nexus forum. It originally came from a collection of Desire themes…and was ported to the Nexus. Now it is blessed to be sported on the HTC EVO! I haven’t made many changes from the original theme, aside from a few app “taskbar” icons…and a few other taskbar icons.
THIS IS BUILT FOR THE LATEST DAMAGE CONTROL 3.2.3 – AND WILL WORK ON THE NEW BETA VERSION OF FRESH THAT IS OUT!!!
I would love having something like this on my white Evo, but I do not have one. So, if you do, give this new look a try.
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