WenWM · Apr 2, 2010 at 06:54 pm

Dusk EVO HTC TP2 Sense 2.5

Dusk is one of the best Sense 2.5 themes that’s available, but one of our members wants to one up that with some changes he made to the theme. This new theme is called Dusk EVO, it’s a very complex theme with many different things going for it.

Originally posted by mike2nl

This thread is started in cooperation with the theme designer grzegorz10. His black DUSK theme
for Evolution up to version 4.0 is done and actually supported for many windows mobile phones
with the default and some 3rd party ROM’s. Many different files are available but not all are
working for the Touch Pro 2. Because that and some new and original (HTC) roms for Sense 2.5
in the last few weeks it’s time to start a new thread specially for the Touch Pro 2..

Not all files are tested now. I am very busy with some last work on the dialer. Around 85% are
ready and it looks really amazing. There is a problem with the original EVO dialer from version 2.0
until version 4.0, because the phcanImages.dll and the new one, the phcanImages2.dll.
The second one is not supported by default from Dusk Evolution, but now i am working on it.
Before i will post all DUSK EVO tested stuff here i will finish my work. But to get hungry i will post
some screenshots. All needed cabs for the original EVO style will be posted here. For all additional

cabs for the dusk modding (WMP, Resco Radio, …) i will post the links to them in my sense 2.1
thread. For the other ones (Manila TV Player, Call History, Manila Today Page, Ageye apps,
Program icons, Taskbar, …) i will upload the cabs here. Also the Dusk main cab .

Screenshots (only for now):
1st – main screen with my clock mods, co0kies mod, lucida handwriting and the black rose animated screen
2nd – digital clock
3rd – analog clock
4th – manila tv player
5th – dialer main
6th – dialer do call
7th – dialer incoming call

The thread contains more information and the screenshots.


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