23
Sep
adw_sense

XDA-Devs forum member JAguirre1231 has put together a theme for ADWLauncher that makes it look pretty similar to the Sense UI launcher found on HTC devices. Unfortunately, at this point only MDPI devices are supported (for those who don't know, MDPI is for lower-resolution phones, while HDPI is for phones such as the EVO, Epic, and Droid series). However, JAguirre says in the thread that he's planning on making an HDPI version as well.

Installation is more complex than ADW themes found in the Market, but still isn't too rough:

  1. Download the .zip (provided at source link), then unzip
  2. Install Sense.apk on your phone
  3. Install ADWLauncher.apk
  4. Place the remaining two files (adw_settings.xml and adb_backup.db) in the root of your SD Card
  5. Import the .xml and .db files by using Restore in ADW

adw_sense

Is it perfect? No, but it's damn close. If you want to take the jump, be sure to hit up the source link and follow the directions closely. Let us know how it goes!

[Source: XDA-Devs]

Aaron Gingrich
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  • http://google.com Clarence

    Place the remaining two files (adw_settings.xml and adb_backup.db) in the root of your SD Card

    ^^^^^
    where's those files?

    • Jim

      this is an old posting with instructions that no longer apply to the files available at the link provided

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