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Sense 5 Toolbox Brings Tons of Tweaking via Xposed
If you’re an HTC Sense stalwart (not that there’s anything wrong with that), and you’ve been longing for a bit more customization on your Sense 5 (or 5.5) ROM, there’s a fantastic multi-purpose toolbox for you. XDA Senior Members langer hans and Mikanoshi created an Xposed-based toolbox that brings you a handful of customizable mods.
One of the main features of the Sense 5 Toolbox is that it allows you to rearrange your quick control (EQS) tiles. And once you’ve found a setup that works for you, you can backup the tile order so that your next ROM flash doesn’t clear the order. There are also a handful of other modifications such as tweaks to your physical buttons, an advanced power menu, transparency settings for various UI elements, an AOSP-style recent apps menu, and much, much more. Basically, if you can think of it, it’s probably already in this toolbox.
While the module was originally intended for use with Recognized Developer mike1986.‘s ARHD ROM for the HTC One, this module should be compatible (at least for the most part) with pretty much any device running Sense 5.5 and without too many other modifications.
If you’ve been looking for a great, general purpose Sense toolbox, this one is definitely worth a shot. Visit the toolbox post to get in on the action.
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