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Custom Windows Mobile Taskbars for VGA Only
Due to the fact that we always get tired of the same plain old boring look of Windows Mobile taskbars, our devs have figured out ways for us to get past that frustration. XDA member rtwood presents his taskbars collection made for 192 dpi only (VGA also refers to 480×640 screens combines with 192 DPI.). The new sets are divided into Blue Orb, iPhoned and Androidesque in order to fit everyone’s tastes.
All custom taskbars are for Windows Mobile Devices with Windows Mobile 6.5 or 6.5.x.
Originally posted by rtwood
Mobile Phone Mod Info
For Windows Mobile 6.5.x 192dpi. Custom made with Photoshop CS4.
Started making custom taskbars. Know what version of windows mobile you are running before installing.
If you are having trouble seeing the new taskbar after installing, please uninstall the custom taskbar. Install SDKCerts file first and then install the custom taskbar again.
You can find more information on the original thread.
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