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Analog Clocks Collection for CHT Updated
More than 126 analog clocks are presented by XDA member whiskeybro. This big collection has many different designs to personalize your Windows Mobile device’s home screen using the famous Cookie Home Tab.
The developer’s updated work includes some clocks for CHT version 1.8. Step in and select your design!
Originally posted by wiskeybro
pdated Whiskeybro’s Analog Clocks Collection for Co0kie’s Home Tab 26 clocks
My contribution to modify Cookie’s briliant Home Tab with some analog clocks.
I saw plenty great new analog clock’s from the best designers here.
But what would we do without Time
NEW BREITLING for cookies home tab 1.8 with real date/ am/pm and dual second hand based on rat_2556 great clock mods
You can find more information in the clocks collection thread.
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