Make a Custome Theme for HTC Hub in WP7
Since the revelation that the HTC Hub is accessible for any device running Windows Phone 7, modifications for the manufacturer’s application have become more popular.
One of the more interesting developments is from resident Windows Phone modder and XDA member xboxmod (already famous on the site for the extraction of various WP7 packages and debranding methods). xboxmod’s small program allows users to create their own themes for the HTC Hub, including the alteration of icon layouts and menu backgrounds.
xboxmod’s basic tweaks, as shown in the thread, are just intended as basic inspiration for themers to get the ball rolling. To try your hand at further customising your device, visit the modification thread.
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