New Themes for CM7
New themes have arrived to XDA!. If you are using a CM7 ROM on your Android device, this may be of your liking. XDA member kevin2516 presents six themes extracted from Sony, Samsung, and Motorola devices to make them work on your device. You will find MotoBlur, TouchWiz, GingerBlur, Xperia, and Xperia arc themes, all this to make your device even better. Themes will work on HDPI and MDPI resolutions.
If you like them, please let the developer know about your thoughts.
Originally posted by kevin2516
[CM7 Theme Chooser] Sony, Samsung, Motorola themes for CM7 (HDPI/MDPI – Updated 16/5)
Hey guys, i’ve made most of the major phone theme UI’s for our devices, including motorola, samsung and sony ericsson. Enjoy the different UI’s on just your 1 phone. 😛
Credits: T-Mobile, Cyanogenmod.
Just leave a thanks if you dl or like it . Or hit the Thanks button.
Note: I can’t make metamorphs of the lockscreens for these themes because it doesn’t work on my phone, so i don’t know how, but if you guys can make them for the themes, i’d be grateful
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