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DrSrF BUUFfet UI Theme
Many great themes for Sense/Manila are appearing. This time we will talk about DrSrF BUUFfet, created by XDA member Rurph.
This original theme is based on Buuf icons made by Paul Davey and it was adapted by the developer to entirely change Sense UI style. The whole set has great graphics and will completely change your Windows Mobile device look. It also includes a great animated boot screens and a video preview, just be sure to read instructions before installing to avoid failure.
Originally posted by Rurph
To replace icons, you need to use either JWMD or CSMI icon changer. links are http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=567080 and http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=589459. short tutorials on how to use these apps are in the respective threads. once you have replaced the icons, you will need to delete Sense icon cache. for that use Sense Icon Cache Clearer – http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=662233
For the second Buuf icon pack, check post 7. The second pack includes other stock icons and requested ones
Buuf sliders (Rawrscary with white box1&with transparent box2, Sniper-wolf)
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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