orb3000 · May 23, 2011 at 03:00 pm

HTC Sensation Notification Icons Pack for Android

It is very interesting to see a new section born and how it starts to grow. This is the case of the HTC Sensation, where XDA member Fightspit posted the very first notification icons collection pack. Inside, you will find a large variety of Gingerbread 2.3 static notification icons in many different color combinations. You can even find some animated ones as well. The icons should work for Android 2.1 and up, just follow the instructions on how to properly push them.
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Originally posted by Fightspit
[ICONS] ★ HTC Sensation ★ Notification Icons Colored Pack V7 (Static) & V8 (Animated)

Hi all !
This is the 1st theme thread for the HTC Sensation !

These icons come from the HTC Sensation ROM and from my previous works.
Actually, I edit some icons by coloring them or adding some new images.

IMPORTANT:
Please note that these icons are from Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).
If you want to use them in a ROM with Android 2.1.x (Eclair) or 2.2.x (Froyo),
you have to move the icons from the systemUI.apk folder (in the zip file below) to your framework-res.apk and com.htc.resources depending on your ROM.
Notification Icons colored PACK V7

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