FallenWriter · Sep 26, 2012 at 04:00 am

Sense Bootscreen Changer: Where Function and Aesthetics Meet

For Android users rocking an AOSP-based ROM like CyanogenMod, changing their device’s bootscreen is a snap. However, for users of HTC Sense-based ROMs, the process is a bit more complicated. Unlike AOSP where users have applications able to load everything for them, Sense users have had to manually change the files in the system directory. That is, until now.

Thanks to XDA Forum Member vsaravind007’s latest application, Sense Bootscreen Changer, users of Sense-based ROM’s can now change their bootscreens on the fly. The application currently features:

Ability To Change Bootscreen Of Sense Based Roms(only SENSE ROMs)
Checks Whether The Selected File Is A Valid Bootscreen File Before Replacing
Backs up Current Bootscreen File To The Folder /sdcard/SenseBsChanger/Backup

Having tested this on an EVO 3D, I can say that this app does exactly what it claims to. So what are you waiting for? Head on over to the original thread and give this a spin.


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