Boot Screen & Background for iGO Primo
The search for new themes, boot screens, and graphics will never end; this time we found on the big world of XDA the work of member Wajk, who presents this boot screen and background image theme for iGo on Windows Mobile devices with WVGA/WQVGA resolutions with three different loading screens.
Instructions to use are the usual ones, so you have to overwrite your existent loading.bmp with the one provided by the developer on the compressed file, then start your iGO and and select “Wood” theme.
Originally posted by Wajk
[THEME]loading iGO primo WVGA/WQVGA
iGO primo loading screen and menu background
3 different loading screen
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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