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Sense 4 Locks and Clocks for EVO 3D
It seems that HTC has created quite a bit of hype recently with their release of the HTC One series and the recently introduced EVO 4G LTE (an One variant for Sprint). Despite there being some ports with functioning Sense 4 frameworks, the simplistic and cleaner look of Sense 4 is, at this point, just a long term objective for Sensation and EVO 3D owners. Much like it has been historically on XDA-Developers, the road to Sense ports is always long, but there are people who will jump to the occasion of trying to come up with “fixes” for the cravings of the masses.
XDA Forum Member Will972 has recently released a clone of the Sense 4 clock and lockscreen only available for the EVO 3D, and for certain ROMs so be careful as to which ROM you apply this. The clock is very well done, and it will provide your home screen with that Sense 4 look that most people are after.
Please leave some feedback for the dev and make sure that you have the appropriate ROM to install this on.
NOTE BEFORE FLASHING : This patch is available only for SHOOTER BEATS …
cause my Rosie is include in this patch..If u wanna add those thing ( if ur not on Shooter beats rom) :
-Donwload the patch
-Extract idelcreen_base and sense 4.0_clock
-Push it on system/app with root explorer
-Reboot and done
You can find more information in the original thread.
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