orb3000 · Mar 18, 2011 at 09:00 am

Cyanogen Style Icon Pack for Android

Do you want to change your home screen look? Here’s another icon set for your Android device. This time, XDA member plugged_in_now presents a complete Cyanogen Style Icon Pack with more than 250 great designed icons for use with tablets -256 x 256 pixels-, HDPI, MDPI and LDPI resolution devices. The developer is open for requests to create more icons and recommends using Adao File Manager to successfully unzip the whole icon pack. Some of the icons you can find on this collection are:

Wifi
Wifi Calling
Wifi-tether
Wikitude World Browser
Words With Friends
XDA Developers
Yahoo Messenger
Yaaic
Yelp
YouTube

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Originally posted by plugged_in_now
[Icons] Cyanogen Style Icon Pack – OVER 250 Icons! – 3/16/11

Follow me on twitter for information on updates or send me ideas Jordan Fritzsche (JordanFritzsche) on Twitter

IF YOU WANT NEW ICONS, REQUEST THEM IN THE THREAD AND I WILL MAKE THEM AS QUICK AS I CAN

If you like the set, definitely donate, its motivation and it really means a lot! I have a button in my signature for that.

Special thanks to –
wjason
For donating!

256 Pixels http://db.tt/Lti4zln – New 256 x 256 pixels icons. Hopefully these will be more useful as tablets and higher resolutions are developed. –

HDPI (72×72 pixel)- (Nexus One, Incredible, Evo, Mytouch 4G, Vibrant, etc.)

MDPI (48×48 pixels) (Mytouch 3G, Hero, G1, Eris, Behold II, etc.)

LDPI (36×36 pixels) (Whatever use you can think of for a small icon)

Continue to the icon set thread.


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