Energy ROM Sense 2.5 & 2.1 for Rhodium updates released
Chef NRGZ28 brings an update to this fine ROM.
Eye candy ( I want my ROM to look great and for it to all flow together nicely)
Smoothness, consistency and good aesthetics
Stability through private beta testing before public release
March 17th, 2010 (Latest release):
New theme, intro animation and setup screens…
Added DeviceLock so you can lock your phone automatically (disabled by default)
Updated to Opera 10 Final (and now the TOS is preaccepted… such an annoyance that was!)
Sense 2.5 color tweaks and icons
Sense 2.5 Call History tab added
Taskbar icons updated
Fixed Carrier Provisioning errors and now they’re all turned off by default
Weather animations in Sense 2.5 turned off by default (will provide cab in “Addons” to turn it back on)
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