orb3000 · Dec 16, 2010 at 09:00 pm

Buuf Full Theme for WM

Here’s a funny and original theme for your Windows Mobile device. XDA member sponge_worthy presents his development based on Buuf theme for Cookie Home Tab 2 that includes a set of icons for the task bar, a skin for the dialer and a Sense icons package. This theme is like a cartoon with a great design that will completely change and renew the look of your device. If you have kids, beware as this work will be loved by them.
The developer has tested it on a Rhodium (portrait mode only) but it works on VGA devices as well.
Please leave feed back.

Originally posted by sponge_worthy
[THEME] Buuf Dialer/CHT2/Sense Icons – Taksbar fixed .. More to come

Update : Uploaded New Taskbar Cab (Dec 10)
Update : Uploaded CHT2 Icons and Sense package (Dec 9)

I have spent some considerable time to incorporate a Buuf theme on my phone and be able to switch between my Black and Blue Grill theme and this one. I like to have all my icons consistent everywhere I frequent my device. So I’ve either skinned or found an adequate one for the following places: Taskbar, WM 6.5.x theme, Phone Canvas, Thumbcal, psShutXP, S2U2, Notifcation screen, Sense 2.5, CHT2, Action Screen, and Resco Explorer. I think it is looking pretty good now.

I first will give create the the DrSrF team from this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=683771 for starting up the Buuf theme for WM. It looks like in the thread that they have abandoned the project though.

I also want to thank Paul Davey aka mattahan for creating the Buuf icons and sharing them here – http://mattahan.deviantart.com/gallery/

I also have used tsowen battery icons because they seemed to match this theme pretty well.

Continue to the theme thread here.


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