Nobody likes his phone’s homescreen covered all over with widgets, hiding the beautiful background or just let it peep out from here and there. Widgets are the best things to beautify our phone’s home-screens in a useful way. HTC One has a number of digital and analog clock widgets. While the regular Sense Weather Clock widget just looks stunning in its default state, the other clock widget that looks good but its dark background make it a little undesirable.
If you have HTC One and you do not like that black background on the clock weather widget, you can now have it in transparent style. Vegetaleb from XDA has posted a set of modded Sense 5 clock weather in various transparency levels. The mods are available as zip packages that can be flashed via a custom recovery like ClockworkMod or TWRP.
So, it obviously implies that your HTC One must be rooted, have a custom recovery (CWM or TWRP) and have a deodexed Sense based ROM before you can install the weather clock mod on it. If you have a rooted device, just download your favorite zip from below and flash it. In case you are still living with a non-rooted device and wish to install the widget, take a little time and root your HTC One first. We have a very easy guide for that!
As we mentioned above, the Sense weather clock widget is available in a number of version based on transparency, you can download them based of your preference and phone’s software version. There is also the original widget that you can install to restore to the original in case the mod does not work for you or if you wish to go back to the stock widget later.
For HTC One Below 4.2.2
Full Transparent: FTHtcWeatherClockWidget.zip
For HTC One on Android 4.2.2
Full transparent: FTbase422.zip
With 10% Transparency: 10_base422.zip
With 20% Transparency: 20_base422.zip
For HTC One on Android 4.2.2 (.224)
Full Transparent: FTbase224.zip
With 10% Transparency: 10_base224.zip
With 20% Transparency: 20_base224.zip
Original Clock Weather Widget (to rstore the original widget): ORi244.zip
For HTC One on Android 4.3
If you have ever installed anything via custom recovery, install this mod should not be any difficult for you. Still we are describing the steps for those who are new to such things:
Done! When the phone boots up, press and hold the home screen, scroll to the “Weather Clock 4×1″ widget, then tap and drag it to the homescreen. Enjoy the transparent widget!