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Christmas Docks & Icons for Android
Are you feeling touched by Christmas? XDA members Krynj and AZ2ENVY present their work for this season with a colorful set of docks and icons for your Android device using Launcher Pro or similar UI. The docks can be found in six different versions an can be downloaded for free from the devianart link on the original thread. As for the icons, you can download the entire set of eight from the developer’s thread.
Both of them can be used combined or separately to have a seasonal touch on your device.
Originally posted by Krynj
Christmas docks for LauncherPro.
I like getting into the Christmas spirit around the holidays, so I love a good Christmas theme on my phone. I use LauncherPro, and I wasn’t able to find any really good Christmas docks, so I did the next best thing — made my own. I hope you like them!
Originally posted by AZ2ENVY
[ICONS] Christmas Droids ……
Heres some custom Christmas Droid icons the wife and I threw together .
These can be installed without root . They are 72×72 pixels and in .png
format . Hope you enjoy
Preview of all 8 Icons , .zip below for download
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