Android Taskbars Updated to V3
“I want Windows Mobile 6.1″, “I want Android” or “No I want Windows Mobile 6.5.x”
More and more we’re seeing small personality disorders developing for Windows Phones, they can be either Windows Mobile or Android and they even can be both these days.
In the case of Dark Ninja’s solution, your phone can be a Windows Mobile with some Android eye candy. Dark Ninja has made a few Taskbar Themes that don’t necessarily bring any sanity to the Windows Mobile identity crisis, but at least it brings a fresh new look to your device.
Originally posted by Dark Ninja:
Update V3 Android Taskbar
- Added support for WM6.5
- Should work on all devices/ roms now (fingers crossed)
- Added wait cursor
- Enlarged Battery Icons
- Fixed Battery lag
- Fixed notification icons
- More battery Icons
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