Unfortunately there was a memory leak in Android 5.0.x Lollipop. Thankfully it was fixed in Android 5.1. However, at the time of this video Xposed Framework doesn’t have Android 5.1 support. So you are faced with a choice of fixing the memory leak or running your Xposed Modules. Or are you? In this episode of XDA Xposed Tuesday, XDA TV Producer TK reviews an Xposed Module that adds the Android 5.1 memory fix to pre 5.1 Lollipop devices. The module...
Android Taskbar for QVGA Updated
One of the great advantages of WM OS is the freedom and ease of customization of virtually every aspect in our devices. Most of us search endlessly through this site to get new styles, skins, or designs to personalize our devices. XDA member pin12 presents his work with this nice Android like task-bar for Windows Mobile devices with QVGA resolutions.
Updated version 1.0 is especially themed for Manila 2D GTX and will work on Windows Mobile 6.5 and up.
Originally posted by pin12
✰✰✰Theme for Manila 2D GTX by pin12✰✰✰
RELEASED! VERSION 1.0
I wish to tell that all pictures, clock, whether, drawing belongs not to me (but I corrected many in a photoshop). I made this theme of many themes of various authors from xda-developers, 4pda and others.
What do you think about it?
Thank you for comments
GTX THEME 1.0 new
GTX THEME 1.0 for M2D Customizer (*.m2dc)
ANDROID TASKBAR FOR 6.5.X v1.0 (fixed) new
ANDROID TASKBAR FOR 6.5 v1.0
No mirror, please!
Please for my very bad English, I’m Russian.
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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