WenWM · Mar 11, 2010 at 04:24 pm

Enoch Android Theme, Available and Updated

Whenever I see all these themes for Android I get a little envious, and this new one is no exception. The theme was created by drpfenderson in our Android development forum, it recently received an update. If you have been looking for something new to add to your device, this is certainly worth while looking at.

The theme is a MetaMorph theme, if you’re not familiar with MetaMorph check out this thread.

Originally posted by drpfenderson

As many people are torn over the font issue, I have made an “update” to revert the fonts back to the standard Android fonts. You can also download the reversion in CMUpdater
Just remember, people – EnochX is the “experimental” branch…which means there will be crazy changes from one to the next. I’m basically using it as a test ground to see what people like, and then moving the “stable” bits back into Enoch…the stable branch. So, I greatly appreciate the feedback.

For more information continue on to the theme thread.


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