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CM7 Mixer Theme Updated – Android
For all the “skin and themes” lovers out there, XDA member MrDSL shows his graphic work for your Android device running Cyanogen Mod 7, based on the work of yoe-cu’s iNexus theme. You can get a great look for your home screen, which includes some transparent menus, new dialer, fresh icons for apps and status bar, and lock screen. The member mentioned that you need to reboot your device after applying the theme. Lastly, it is available for HDPI and MDPI resolutions. The background image is available as well.
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Originally posted by MrDSL
[CM7 Theme Engine][HDPI/MDPI] Mixer Theme..Updated 6/16/11
This is my first theme for cm7..There are so many people to thank..I want to first thank t3project for his work on project bliss and yoe-cu for his iNexus theme. They were my starting point and I added things from there.
I did NOT make any of these images and I do NOT take credit for making any of them. I put this all together for myself and decided to share with everyone else. I like a lot of colors in my themes so hopefully people will like this as much as I do. If I forgot to give you credit for something please PM me and I will take care of it. This theme is mostly based off of yoe-cu’s iNexus theme..Many thanks to him..I also want to thank sonnysekhon for helping me out. I also want to thank UOT for the statusbar and battery
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