Pulldown Notification Widget Mod For Virtuous ROM
If you own an HTC Droid Incredible and happen to be running the Virtuous ROM by XDA forum member rmk40, you might want to check out this mod by XDA member klittle81.
The XDA member has put together an addon for the Virtuous ROM (v 3.2), which will give you the notification toggle widgets along with all updated notification icons.
The mod also includes the updated email and music apk’s found in the latest release and can be flashed using recovery.
Please note that any themes or battery mods that you may be running will be erased by this mod.
For more information and to download the pack, visit the modification thread.
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