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HTC Desire Look for Sense
HTC Sense UI has been getting many different themes, but I like this the best. This new theme is modeled after the HTC desire, and it does a good job of grasping the concept and porting the beauty. The theme brings the background, color scheme, and everything else into Sense and improves the overall look.
Originally posted by dena944
Hi guys, this is my last theme.. It looked like the Desire style.The icons are complete and the clock with the shadow get on with the wallpaper. The theme work with Wm 6.5, 6.5.x, Cookie Home Tab. Leave a thank if you like its..In the zip you can find all parts of my theme.
There is not much information about this new theme, but do you really need any?
Get the theme at the theme thread.
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