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BiffMod Theme Collection for Android
If you use BiffMod Rom on your Android device, you must have a look at this great collection of themes created by XDA member Royalknight6190. This work is kind of a tribute to the hTC G1 development and you can find the following themes: Blue Revo, Green Revo, Orange Slice, BiffMod Black, BiffMod Blue and Black, BiffMod Galaxy S, and Chromatic Theme. Also, you can find circular battery for each theme.
Be sure to follow instruction for proper theme installation.
Originally posted by Royalknight6190
[Theme} BiffMod V2.1 Theme Collection (New Themes / Keyboards 11/09/10)
This thread is dedicated to the themes for the BiffMod Rom. If you created a theme and would like it posted in here just PM me and I will add it. Thank you all for your support and dedication to making the G1 last as long as it has. The BiffModSquad is going to keep deving for the G1 until there is no more request. We all love the G1 and are sticking by it.
The BiffMod Rom Thread can be found here
If you are running a BiffMod theme and you want to change to a different theme flash the Original Stock Theme below and then you can flash the theme of your choice no reboot required between original and new theme.
Now for what you all came here for the themes:
These themes were created by BiffModSquads own Sisterchick
You can find more information in the themes collection thread.
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