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Dark Ninja White Theme for WM Updated
XDA member Dark Ninja presents an update to this collection of white themes and task bars all in the look of GTX UI for Windows Mobile devices.
The update includes more resolutions supported: WVGA, QVGA and VGA running on WM6.1 and up. You can find as well an Android task bar, battery icon fix, a color patch, new waiting cursor, and some wallpapers among other nice graphic changes for your device. You need to have SDKCerts installed in order to have all working properly.
Originally posted by Dark Ninja
24MAR Android Taskbar V6 + Dark Ninja White Theme [W|Q|VGA] [WM6.5.X & WM6.5 & WM6.1]
Everyone having Battery Icon problems (ONLY use for Without Battery% versions) Run the Battery icon fix.cab attached to first post.
Before releasing, or posting a modification to my work, please PM me before hand.
I would like to give a big thanks dandnj71 and longice for all of their help and commitment to this project.
Look at Post 2 For Android Taskbar
Look at Post 3 For VOLUME FIX (if your having problems with volume control) & Extra’s / Requests
Check out dandnj71’s mods, Go here
White WM6.5 Theme
Due to alot of requests i made a WM6.5 Version to the white theme.
Install the cab first, Enable the theme in today settings..then install the color patch.
You can find more information in the theme’s thread.
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