LockScreen Widget HTC Sense Style for Android-Leo
Not all ROMs for Android include an HTC sense UI, and even less a widget/modified one. XDA mebmer internauta2000 worked on this lock screen widget for your device. This is a good option to have in mind when personalizing your home screen. On the same thread, we found a Transparent Battery Monitor Widget by XDA member Chris X.
Both quite interesting options to try out, please leave your comments both in the original thread and in the Portal article, they are valuable!.
Originally posted by internauta2000
[APP] Lock Screen Widget HTC Sense Style…!!!!
Lock Screen Widget HTC Sense Style to HD2
I changed the look of this app to widgets Sense style… enjoy it
Note: To un-install, go Settings, Security, Select Device Administrators and disable the Lock Screen Widget
You can find more information in the applications thread.
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