Skins for Desire HD/Z Based Roms & Framework Mods
XDA member sopL87 created an amazing collection of themes, skins, and task bars for Desire HD and Z using Sense ROMs. The developer specifies how these skins should be used in order to respect original work´s creator. It also includes a tutorial on how to make your own skins! And there’s even more, as some members shared their skins on the original thread as a way to say thanks to all the work invested on compiling all this skins.
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Originally posted by sopL87
Complete guide to SKINs
Rule: Now remember: if you want post result of your work (modified skin) you MUST have permission to use .png’s from person who originally created them or also from me (if you are using png’s from one of my skins in this thread). If you are only modifying skins for personal use, you can use what you want without asking anybody.
Note1: I’m using Windows 7 32 Bit PC, so tutorial is written for this platform. In “” are my comments. If you seeing “” you’re not writing it, only sentence between them.
Note2: If you want relese skin, post it, and I will create link to your post in my post #4.
Note3: If anybody would have any problems or will find any bug in my tutorial – post it.
So, you have awesome idea for a skin for Desire HD, but you don’t know how to build it? Here is your answer:
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