[Mod] HTC Red Angel
Yet another version of an older device has emerged from the depths of the abyss. In this case, xda member tebaomang has come up with a mod for the Blue Angel. This newly redesigned version does not require any painting skills since he uses a different method for skinning the device’s outer case. And in case you are wondering, the mod is not just skin deep, but he is also working on a new look for the UI to reflect the Blue Angel (or should I say Red Angel)’s newly found personality.
Originally posted by tebaomang
Well, I do not know how to paint and painting is quite expensive to me, so i covered my Blue Angel with a layer of color paper (some kind of paper, I do not know what it is called in English).
Not really as perfect as painting but it is still good and cheap (just a little bit more than $1 in my country if you have to pay someone to do it for you) and fast (around 5 minutes or less).
For more details continue on to the modification thread.
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