orb3000 · Apr 27, 2011 at 06:00 pm

CM7 Themes – Wallpapers – Lockscreens & Animations

XDA member rover.prince shows this interesting theme engine for your Android devices. This collection will allow you to change everything to the last detail in your CM7-loving device. In the thread, you will find RoverMix, Rover blue, and Rover Cian and also you will find lock screens, transition animations, and wallpapers with very fresh designs.
You need to install Metamorph to make the lock screen and animation transitions work. The mods will work fine on HDPI and MDPI resolutions.
Please leave your feedback.

Originally posted by rover.prince
Hi mates,

Cyanogenmod and their work is always appreciated. The new addition to their superior work is Theme Engine.

Early in my desire forum I have made the Rover’s Mix theme for Gingerbread Desire and other similar phones like desire. But with CM7 there came the theme engine. So I started to work on it and learn the Theme Engine.

So here’s my Theme designed for T-Mobile Theme Engine, with Theme Chooser compatibility. The whole work on theme is from scratch to what u see now. I don’t ask for donations etc. But I do need your feedback to make it better from what is it right now. Feedbacks and appreciations are the fuel for a developer to strive for more, so be generous while downloading this theme by giving your comments, suggestions and feedback.

What we have here:

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