Firestorm Style Quicklinks Theme for CHT
XDA member minuted74 presents this theme based on Firestorm icons set for Cookie Home Tab. This theme is for the quick links tab on Sense and it has been taken care of to the last detail to bring a great looking theme. This theme will work on CHT 1.8 and up, on devices running Windows Mobile with 6.5 and higher.
Don´t forget to check the developer’s panorama backgroundsCFC collection too.
Originally posted by minuted74
This is my theme for CHT 1.8.x style icons “firestorm” by Lechu (icons thread)
disable manila sense,
copy the files in \windows using total commander or similar programs, overwriting any existing
restart the sense
if you need to soft reset
Icons for changing the wallpaper are in 2 versions, just copy the ones you like better.
You can freely use this theme for private use.
For cooks who want to cook this topic in ROM, ask to quote my nick in the credits and the link to this thread or Dev-fam thread
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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