Ben Elliott · Apr 2, 2010 at 12:16 pm

GTX Sense 2.5 Theme Available for Sense v2.5.2012

[ElCondor] and Kamill‘s very popular, clean and professional Windows Mobile Sense theme has received an update today, which allows users of the newer releases of HTC’s Sense to add some class to their device.

The ‘2012’ release of Sense provides landscape functionality, and has recently been ported to VGA devices too.The new version of GTX Sense 2.5 has full landscape integration to accompany this update, and is fully operational on VGA and WVGA resolutions.

The theme is available as two different CABs (one whose files are CFC compressed, one whose files are not) and users with customizations such as Manila Locker must read the installation instructions in the first post very carefully. It has also been reported that there may be minor issues when installing the theme with EnergyROM flashed to your device.

For more information continue on to the theme thread.


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