WenWM · Mar 29, 2010 at 01:14 pm

HTC Desire look for your Google Nexus One

The Desire look is becoming as popular as the HTC HD2 look is to Windows Mobile. The Nexus One had a little envy towards the Desires look, and so a mod was created that works through MetaMorph. The mod brings the Desire taskbar and icons to any Nexus One device.

Originally posted by david1171

What is this composed of?
The status bar images and icons from the Desire ROM released by MoDaCo.
A modified framework-res.apk/res/layout/status_bar.xml to make the notification text and other text that appears in the status bar white instead of black.
A modified services.jar to make the date and time text appear white instead of black.

Install Instructions

  • Place on sdcard
  • Reboot into recovery
  • Make a nandroid backup
  • Apply the .zip
  • Reboot

Try it out in the thread


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