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Colored PIN Unlocker for WM
On the endless way of customizing/personalizing your device, XDA member hazzahex presents this option to change the colour of the PIN unlocker on your Windows Mobile device. Blue, gold, purple, red, and green are the options you have to choose from.
These cabs will work only in WWE ROMs and a soft reset must be done to apply changes.
Originally posted by hazzahex
Colored PIN Unlocker
This is my second thread
ONLY FOR ENGLISH ROMS
I have uploaded some CABs which will change the color of the buttons on your PIN Unlocker ( screen that shows when you unlock your device and you enter your PIN )
You can find more information in the mod thread.
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