Theme Sencity for WM Released
It has been months of waiting to see the work of XDA member _LeCiel_. Now the waiting has ended as the developer just published this awaited theme for Windows Mobile devices. Well known Chef NRGZ28, famous for his Energy ROMs for several devices, has included Sencity as well in his latest releases.
This full theme includes a phone canavas, new icons, boot screens, and a nice purple wall paper, including all Manila tabs.
On this first release, still on beta stage, WVGA devices with Sense 2.5 and CHT 1.8.5 are supported.
Originally posted by _LeCiel_
[PRJ][THEME] .sencity 0.5 (beta) | WVGA Sense 2.5 CHT 1.8.5
disable Sense (Start Menu > Settings > Today > Items > HTC Sense)
install the cab
reboot and enable Sense
Phone Canvas (HTC Dialer)
WM 6.5 Theme
Manila TV Tab
Call History (All) Tab
Manila Today Tab
Yet to come:
EzInput (HTC Keyboard)
WM Lockscreen update
WM 6.5.x Theme
CHT 2.0.5 update (when available)
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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