Animated Boot Screens WP7 Style
More boot screens with the Windows Phone 7 style are presented by XDA member emse_186, now updated to cover all resolutions.
Blue, orange, black and green can be found in different combinations like the black version original logo without sound, green version with sound, and orange without sound just to mention some.
Step in and choose one of this great boot screens for your Windows Mobile device.
Unfortunately, the developer decided to stop working on this project.
Originally posted by emse_186
Animated & Welcomehead – Windows Phone (WVGA-VGA-WQVGA-QVGA)
The support is finished; Thank you not to ask something which already was required and carried out.
I present to you my small creation for the HTC WVGA-VGA
With the “animated”–>HTC animated only, and the “welcomehead”.
Here thus has what will resemble the new image of starting of your apparatus, for animation, I let to you look it on your mobile after the installation because it is much more speaking.
Thank you to give me for the people or the file “animated”, its and “welcomehead” does not function, the key following :
You can find more information in the boot screens thread.
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