First Theme Available For SGS2 Hercules
Ok, so a few hours ago we learned that the Samsung Galaxy S2 was successfully rooted. Well, since you are probably already done installing and using all those wonderful restricted apps that only being rooted would allow you to use, we need to give you something else to take your mind from the real world. We are proud to announce the very first flashable theme for the Hercules, which is brought to you by XDA member mongo41. We figured that it was a first for the device, so it was just good timing to present this over here. The theme in itself is a smooth black theme with minimalist glossy icons to give that extra touch of “suave”. The instructions to flash this are included in the thread as well, so if you have a custom recovery already loaded on your device, you are a flash away from enjoying this theme.
Please leave some feedback about bugs and whether you would change anything or not.
Hello fellow flashoholics. Now that we have root its time to get some Roms and Themes going. I dont do Roms but I do some theming. Make sure you download the Blackfroyo Icon zip if you want my style of icons. Also make sure you make a nandroid backup in cwm before you flash.
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