Espresso Blue Magic and SuperCSDIv4 Theme
The Espresso theme machines are finally rolling, with many new themes popping up every week. This new look is created by a theme maker who goes by the name of nephron. He recently released his version of Espresso with a new look and color scheme.
Originally posted by nephron
Alright, well this is my first “theme”. Well not really a theme, I just put it together from different files on the forums. I take no credit for any of the images and stuff in this theme. Anyways, I think the Blue Magic theme is just plain ugly, so I decided to fix that once and for all.
Update.zip for Blue Magic MKIIr1 and SuperCSDIv4.
Metamorph should work for any rom.
Note: For Metamorph, You must have Eclair Dialer for the contacts.apk images to work.
- Advanced Launcher
- Eclair Dialer
- Eclair Icons
- Espresso Launcher and framerwork-res images
- White Text for clock
This theme can be found in its thread
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