[THEME] SenseVillain 5.1r3
If you’re a fan of VillainROM you might liek this theme and bootscreen by tristan202, who managed to produce one of the best looking themes I have seen for this specific Android ROM.
The theme is a black and white, bubbly, animated Android 2.1 Sense theme, it gives your device a modern look with a new specialist design that will have people jealous of your device.
Originally posted by tristan202
By demand I have now ported Manup456’s (and possibly some of Stickman’s) theme to VillainROM 5.2. It also contains a lot of my own work. I felt that SenseHero was a bit incomplete, so I created what in my opinion was missing.
Of course the versionnumbers follow VillainRom to make it easy to tell which is for what.
Use it only for VillainROM 5.2
I take no responsibility if you screw up your phone.
Made this new bootscreen, based on CyberWalrus Eat This Apple bootscreen. All credit goes to him.
The thread is the place to go if you’re interested in this look.
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