Carbonized Icons Collection for Android
If you notice our posts are a bit smaller than usual must be because the season got us News Writers with some wine:). However, we are working extra hours to continue to bring you the selected articles from all your favorite developers. This time XDA member me15am presents Carbonized icons collection for your Android device. On the original thread, you will find a set of more than 420 original icons. The developer mentions that you don’t need to change your ROM, use folder organizer or bettercut in any android device to get full control of your icons.
Originally posted by me15am
Carbonized Icons by me15am
i’m created 423 Carbonized icons , hope u like it
More to come….
Please write your comment & help me for upgrade my membership , many tnx for clicking on thanks.
You can find more information in the icons collection thread.
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