Accent Changer For Focus & Other Samsung Devices
If you own a WP7 device and are getting envious of all the theming and modding from your Android and Windows Mobile counterparts, fear not as XDA forum member davux has put together an Accent changer app!
Based off the code provided by XDA member RustyGrom, who figures out how to get full write access to the registry, davux’s app allows WP7 device owners to change theme colours.
As well as Samsung devices, davux also has a version that should work on HTC and LG devices.
To read about the original progress made by RustyGrom, check out this development thread post. For the Accent changer app by davux, head on over to the application thread.
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