Animated Startup, New Boot Screens
I remember when Windows 7 boot screens were launched, it was a great new way of personalizing your Windows Mobile device’s start up. XDA member pavanbaw now presents 2 more animated screens, one based on HTC “You” concept, and the second one on the pure style of what we know as Windows Phone 7.
For now, only zip files are ready to download, but the developer will post a cab soon. This project is open to contributions from members, so step in and leave feedback.
We have no further information regarding what ROM versions or resolutions are supported.
Originally posted by pavnabaw
Here I m introducing Some of my Graphics Work.
But For Now its just Startup Animated.gif for you.
I m working on Many other Things and even improving This Startup .gif image
the given gif is just 1st Version gif.
As wel as I m Working on Startup Icons,Theme elements and etc etc
it wil be great if u Share ur views Frankly..Becoz that only can help me to improve my Skills!!
You can find more information in the screens thread.
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