orb3000 · Jul 6, 2011 at 06:00 pm

Azure Theme for Android

How often do you change your themes, background image, or boot animation? For those of you who change it very often and are always looking for something new to try, XDA member arzbhatia brings the Azure theme for your Android. Installation is quite easy, just download, install, and apply the theme using the theme chooser. The theme is currently working for HDPI/MDPI/LDPI resolutions on CM7 ROMs.

If you like it, please leave your feed back for the developer.

Originally posted by arzbhatia

Instructions to install:
1. Download the theme.
2. Install it.
3. Go to theme chooser app and locate it and then set it.
4. Restart the phone.

Please donate if you like it and if you can and PRESS THE THANKS BUTTON

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