TheRomMistress · Feb 24, 2011 at 12:00 am

Customize Your Android Phone With PTP’s LauncherPro Docks & Icons

One of Androids biggest strengths is the ability to customize just about anything. As such, users are always looking for new ways to personalize their phone. In an effort to “help give your phone a face lift”, XDA member papertreeprophet has designed 11 different docks and 5 different icon packs to work with LauncherPro.

All docks and icon packs were developed for use on LauncherPro unless otherwise stated. If you don’t like what you see, but have an idea for a new creation, just post your idea in the thread as requested by the designer.

Got A Request? While I do tend to constantly come up with new ideas on my own, I am always on the look out for someone with a good idea.

If you are tired of the default LauncherPro dock and are ready to spice up your homescreen, visit the original thread and start downloading.


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