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Android Taskbar V6 + DN White Theme Updated
The Android look is becoming very popular in the Windows Mobile scene, so it seems about right that you’d get your phone updated. Dark Ninja recently posted the updates he has brought to his Android theme for Windows Mobile phones. The Theme did not receive a drastic update, but it did get support for 6.1, which some of you still use.
Originally posted by Dark Ninja
- Added WM6.1 version thanks to longice
- More extra versions of the battery Thanks to dandnj71
- Added versions without the taskbar, as it was causing problems
Update V6 Android Taskbar 17/3/10
- Added Volume fixes
- Added New wait cursor (Desire one)
- Added New WM6.5 White Theme
- Added Perfected Network bars
The thread is the spot for more information.
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