Ice Cream Sandwich CM7 Theme

Ice Cream Sandwich CM7 Theme


Ice Cream Sandwich CM7 Theme

THIS IS FOR HDPI DEVICES ONLY.

IGNORE THE MISSING ASSETS NOTIFICATION WHEN APPLYING THE THEME.

PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS.

This is a theme application for the new T-Mobile Theme Engine included in the CyanogenMod7 ROM and some other ROMs.

This theme is inspired by Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich.

The lock screen and some system dialogs cannot be themed in the T-Mobile Theme Engine, therefore they will remain unchanged.

Get the matching LauncherPro Theme here:

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.sonny.lp.ics

You can post comments/suggestions and get Docks, Icons, Wallpapers, Morphs and MODs here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=18573172#

INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS:

Download the theme, go to the theme chooser app. Select the Theme & apply. You may get an error: 'Sorry, this theme is missing assets for your device's screen size'. Ignore that and apply it anyway and REBOOT. Disable the USB debugging notification as it cannot be themed and will look out of place.

Be sure to check out my other themes!

Recent changes:
Redrew the LauncherPro preferences menu icon
Added ICS blue back to the market as the default color
Fixed call log titlebar
Added a new icon for ADW settings
Added the dock timepicker images to all variations of ADW to match the rest of the theme
Changed the text selection color for default orange to ICS blue
Fixed the GPS statusbar notification discrepancy
Removed the grey dividers as they only go well with the ICS background, go to my xda thread of you want that mod
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About Ice Cream Sandwich CM7 Theme
Ice Cream Sandwich CM7 Theme

THIS IS FOR HDPI DEVICES ONLY.

IGNORE THE MISSING ASSETS NOTIFICATION WHEN APPLYING THE THEME.

PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS.

This is a theme application for the new T-Mobile Theme Engine included in the CyanogenMod7 ROM and some other ROMs.

This theme is inspired by Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich.

The lock screen and some system dialogs cannot be themed in the T-Mobile Theme Engine, therefore they will remain unchanged.

Get the matching LauncherPro Theme here:

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.sonny.lp.ics

You can post comments/suggestions and get Docks, Icons, Wallpapers, Morphs and MODs here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=18573172#

INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS:

Download the theme, go to the theme chooser app. Select the Theme & apply. You may get an error: 'Sorry, this theme is missing assets for your device's screen size'. Ignore that and apply it anyway and REBOOT. Disable the USB debugging notification as it cannot be themed and will look out of place.

Be sure to check out my other themes!

Recent changes:
Redrew the LauncherPro preferences menu icon
Added ICS blue back to the market as the default color
Fixed call log titlebar
Added a new icon for ADW settings
Added the dock timepicker images to all variations of ADW to match the rest of the theme
Changed the text selection color for default orange to ICS blue
Fixed the GPS statusbar notification discrepancy
Removed the grey dividers as they only go well with the ICS background, go to my xda thread of you want that mod

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 25, 2015
Good theme I can tell the dev put a lot of work into it. Awesome job!
A Google User
Aug 13, 2015
Me gusta Bello
A Google User
Aug 13, 2015
How to apply ice cream sandwich cs7 Any body can help me how to apply this theam plz plz
A Google User
Aug 6, 2015
how to apply how to apply the theme,,,plz reply faster sonny sekhon
A Google User
Aug 6, 2015
how to open this. Where it displaying?