Crystal Theme For CM7 ThemeChooser
It´s been some time since you changed your UI style. Perhaps you are no longer an ORD addict, but in case you still are and if you have Cyanogen Mod 7 on your Android, here’s something new for your theme chooser. XDA member DaRk_dOg presents Crystal theme, a blend of cyan/transparent and carbon colors where the member has reworked every single image.
The theme works for HDPI and MDPI devices and you can also find an add-ons package, which includes wallpapers and some morphs.
Please leave your feedback.
Originally posted by DaRk_dOg
“Crystal is a mix of cyan/transparent and carbon-like textures and colors. Every single image inside has been redesigned and not just retouched, in order to fit to the rest parts. This is my personal theme and since it has reached a nice level, i’ve decided to share it with all of you..
Also please.. Be unique! It’s easier than you think!”
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