More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
Android 2.3 & 3.0 Lockscreens for Windows Mobile
Here’s a good way to start off the week. Many of our more than 3 million members still are using Windows Mobile 6.5 as they main operating system and some Chefs and developers are still on that boat, making interesting applications/themes/skins/etc. XDA member Wajk presents Android GingerLock 2.3 and HoneyLock3 lock screens for your WVGA device. Both are capable of displaying time, date, agenda, and missed calls. Choose your style and leave your comments!.
Originally posted by Wajk
[WVGA][febr.12 ’11]Android 2.3 & 3.0 Lockscreens for WM6.5.x
it’s my new projects base on the Android lockscreens.
– extracted wallpapers from Honeycomb SDK and i added two WVGA wallpapers to zip
-my favourites Android wallpapers in WVGA
thnx for HoneyLock icons to iirojappinen & obzilo
If you like it, use “Thanks” button
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