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Bionix-v Pandora Widget Theme for Android
XDA member dirty6885 presents this themed widget if you use Pandora as your preferred application to hear music from the WWW. Bionix-v will give a different look to your Android device. The latest update includes changes such as removed border around widget skin, changed all widget icons to have a more 3D feel and Pandora logo also has same 3D feel, just to mention a few. The developer is interested to tackle other widgets in the future and is open to any suggestions. Be sure to uninstall any previous version before proceed.
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Originally posted by dirty6885
[THEME] Bionix-v Pandora Widget v2.2
VERSION 2.2 IS HERE. BY FAR MY BEST WORK YET!
NEW BLUE 2.2 First attempt and completely different Check it out in POST #22
Now let me start off by saying this is my first attempt at anything like this. So please go easy on me people…What we have here is a Bionix themed pandora widget. I am currently using this widget and I believe it looks great under the google search. Below are three screen shots and the APK. For some reason after altering it, the apk can only be installed in system apps using root explorer you then have to manually change permissions to rw-r-r, then reboot. This is the most up to date pandora. Make sure orginal version is unstalled before installing this. I thank you for your time people and please leave me some feed back and let me know how I have done… … O and big respects to Som and all of team whiskey your roms are the Best!!!!
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