Giant Mod Pack with AROMA Installer for HTC One S
As AROMA installer continues to increase in popularity by being featured on more and more and newer devices, it has now found its way to yet another device—the HTC One S. For those who don’t remember, AROMA installer allows users to pick and choose the features of a particular mod pack or ROM, and install those that are so desired.
Utilizing the AROMA installer, XDA Recognized Themer he_stheone64 has released a massive mod pack with dozens of features that can be installed. And since it uses the AROMA installer, users can pick and choose to customize their experience. From removing bloatware to over a dozen modifications, with ways to remove those modifications, some LeeDroid tweaks, and even some themed AOSP apps and a bunch more, there is literally something in here for every One S owner.
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