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Dell Stage Launcher Extracted and Working on Other 2.2 Devices
XDA member aalopez10 brings us another gift aside from the many UI interfaces that he has pulled from several device roms. This time, the dev presents us with Dell’s Stage Launcher. Much like Sense, the Stage has full size widgets along with very smooth transitions and animations. On top of that, the launcher can display a dock (think Mac OSX) where you can swype through a row of shortcuts and land on the screen that you are looking for.
This port seems to be working for Froyo equipped devices only and the dev states that devices with bigger screen resolutions may do a better job in doing justice to this launcher. Any feedback or comments, please make sure that you drop by the thread and let the dev know.
it should work on all android phones with a 2.2 WITHOUT ROOT, but it probably look nicer, or better on android phones with a LCD Density 240, like the evo or droid x or etc,
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