Take Your Sense 3.0 Device to a New Level With AmazingSense
Are you a Sense 3.0 user who is in desperate need of a new look? As if his previous offering wasn’t enough, XDA forum member cypis is back yet again with another Sense 3.0 theme! Similar to his previous work, Amazing Sense is a universal theme that will work on any Sense 3.0 device.
This theme brings plenty of transparency and class to your home screens and Sense widgets. In the words of the theme creator:
First Sense 3.0 Themer proudly presenting new theme called AmazingSense. Why? You will find out in a moment. It will bring your Sense 3.0 device on whole new level (Screenshots as always in second post).Its intended to work on ALL stock Sense 3.0 devices and on ports.
Continue on to the theme thread to get started! Your device will thank you for it.
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