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GTX Sense Updated: Now Compatible with CHT 1.8.5
GTX Sense, one of the most popular themes for HTC Sense, has been updated tonight which includes Co0kiemonster’s latest and greatest Cookie’s Home Tab 1.8.5. The new version of GTX Sense covers the new music player, shortcuts, and other new features of Cookie’s Home Tab.
As most of you know, GTX Sense was originally created by XDA members Kamill and me, but due to work related pressure and lack of time, we decided to give the project to a new development team.
This team, under the management of XDA member Dark Ninja, has been working hard to keep GTX updated so everyone can enjoy the characteristic white clean look of it. I’d like to thank them again for the hard work, I really understand the sheer potential of this project and I am proud of having been part of it.
Originally posted by Dark Ninja
V1.8.5 will be available very soon!
To continue to downloads Look at Post 2
All Addons & Fixes will be placed in Post 3, Check them out! Thanks to dandnj71 for keeping it up.
Head to Post 4 for ElCondor’s references and help on keeping the theme running. (PSD’s, Fonts etc.)
There is obviously a lot of work needed and i dont think anyone would be able to handle it on their own. Therefore we have put together a team for the later releases of the GTX theme.
Remember to read first before asking, and if the bugs you notice are already mentioned in the thread, please don’t post them again.
Check out the GTX Sense thread to find the download.
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