orb3000 · Jul 26, 2011 at 10:54 am

Skin PCB Sense for Android

It has been a while since we have seen an original skin design work. This time, XDA member scar45 presents PCB Sense for our Android devices. This skin will completely change your home screen by giving it a PCB look, showing in the center a processor with the Android logo.
This series of skins can be found in five different colors: purple, pink, green, blue, and orange and they will work with all Sense 2.x ROMs. Hopefully, we can convince dev to make future versions supporting Sense 3.0.

Please leave your feedback for the developer.

Originally posted by scar45
Hi all!

I have recently been playing around with the Sense 2.1 + Gingerbread (aka GingerSense) ROMs, and had to of course port (and improve) my original PCB Sense Theme from days ago. I have been testing it myself for quite a few days, and I’m finally happy with how it turned out, so I wanted to offer it up to all GingerSense XDA users.

Couple of things to note:
This design was meant to be close to stock for those who actually dig the Sense scheme, but want something unique
The file is a 7.7mb signed .APK created using apk-manager 4.9 for Sense 2.1…I may make a Sense 3.0 port if there is enough demand (need to play with .m10 editing still)
It is installable by simply copying to your device and running, and is uninstallable by Titanium Backup, or applying another Skin in Sense, and highlighting PCB Sense, then MENU –> DELETE…it doesn’t appear in “Settings –> Applications”, but why would you want to uninstall it anyways?

Continue to the original thread to find more.


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