As I've said before, CyanogenMod (CM) custom theme support is just plain awesome, and today's example is no different. It's called NTSense, and as you can probably guess, it's a Sense-inspired theme created by nhnt11. It's currently in beta and only supports LDPI and HDPI devices at the moment, but things look pretty good so far.

ntsense_1 ntsense_2 ntsense_3

As it's still early in development, there are a few notable caveats. First, HDPI support isn't quite finished - there are still a few missing features (app icons don't change because he hasn't made them yet), and there are probably a few bugs lurking about. Perhaps most importantly though, there are no Sense widgets included - although that shouldn't be much of a deterrent, given there are options available in the market.

If you're interested in giving the theme a try, download from the source link below (note: XDA-Developers account required), install the APK, and switch themes using the CyanogenMod Theme Chooser. Be sure to report any issues in the thread, so that nhnt11 can address them.

[Source: XDA-Developers]

Aaron Gingrich
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  • http://pharaohtechblog.blogspot.com Conan Kudo (ニール・ゴンパ)

    We have T-Mobile USA to thank for making this possible. They actually developed the theming engine behind this, and CyanogenMOD just incorporated it into the distribution with CM7.... See here: http://www.geek.com/articles/mobile/the-power-of-open-source-an-android-story-20110131/

  • nhnt11

    wow... i'm honored that this got featured here.. by the way HDPI and MDPI are now fully supported and the theme is pretty much complete.

  • Collin

    uhm why would we want this? lol...so much time is spent getting away from sense and we theme it to get back to it? *confusion*

    • Podge

      Because we can Collin. Because we can.