Colored Volume Interface for WM
HTC volume interface slider comes in white, but what if you want to change it´s colour. XDA member hazzahex makes it possible with this light weight application. This version is specially made for HTC Leo but should work ok on any WVGA device, installation is very easy, just remember to soft reset after installing to make it work.
If you want this application for HTC Mega and similar resolution devices, XDA member mom4ence has modified the png´s to make it work properly.
Originally posted by hazzahex
This is my first attempt at making a modification to the windows mobile interface
Below are various customizations by me (hazzahex) and Degake
See what you think
These are basically different themes for Windows Mobile
*UPDATE*I have also put some gold switches for the comm manager as well as a gold title bar for the comm manager!*UPDATE*
Please leave feedback of errors, problems etc
Originally posted by mom4ence
Finaly i made it. I Changed some things and make degake’s png compatible for MEGA.
All are in *cab files.
Instal on Device memory and make soft reset.
You can find more information in the volume interface for Leo thread and also in the volume interface for Mega post
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