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Jazz Up With Some Spiffy HTC Sense 3.0 Wallpapers
You know that new version of Sense 3.0? The pretty one? Yeah, that one. There’s been a lot of talk about it on XDA recently. Generally because it’s so nice, several people have taken up the challenge of porting it to other devices. (Also because HTC said we couldn’t. But that’s neither here-nor-there). What certainly is here and there when it comes to loving how Sense 3.0 looks is the wallpapers it comes stocked with.
XDA member androidrockz has compiled a collection of original wallpapers, which look fantastic, and inverted wallpapers, just for yucks. Each pack contains images at 960×800 resolution, so I’m sure any device you own will not be left out.
Originally posted by androidrockz
HTC SENSE 3.0 Wallpapers
Here are the Sense 3.0 wallpapers, they are 960 by 800. Also included are inverted Sense wallpapers (I couldn’t put them together because the maximum is 8MB and both are about 7.87MB) Enjoy, and soon, I will invert Atrix, Nexus and Galaxy Wallpapers.
If you’d like to sport these on your device, shoot on over to the original thread!
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