Leddy · Apr 12, 2010 at 04:48 pm

DINIK Anastasia Dialer, Slider & Icons

One of the great strengths of the Windows Mobile platform is the ability for users to customise their interface to their heart’s content.

XDA-dev member dinik has released a cosmetic modification to the HTC HD2 dialer, adding polished glass buttons to match his iconset and slider. The iconset has a massive 252 icons, replacing all of the stock HD2 icons as well as a large proportion of popular third-party programs.

The dialer is available in white, black and carbon flavours, and there are versions for both WM6.5 and WM6.5.3 with the bigger bottom bar.

Proceed to the dialer thread, iconset thread and slider threads for the downloads.


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