ElCondor · May 3, 2010 at 10:38 am

Dinik Anastasia Keyboard: Very Nice HTC Keyboard Skin

There are many keyboards floating around, but I still prefer HTC’s original keyboard. The only disadvantage of this keyboard was that there were no skins available, while other keyboards, such as Fingerkeyboard, do give you the ability to skin it.

Luckily, XDA Member dinik has now made the very first HTC keyboard skin that we know of, And I think it looks very nice! The cab is available for both VGA and WVGA devices, for Windows Mobile 6.5 and higher. It also supports landscape mode. The skin is still in beta stage, so there could be some problems.

DINIK – Anastasia – Keyboard v1.0
(As i know…Its the 1st ever Skinned HTC Keyboard…So i hope you wont critique me to much)

Info:
01. By Installing this *.cab, you are replacing the Original (Standard) Files (Manila & Win). The installation is automatically. Just Restart after Finishing the installation.
02. If after you have installed this *.cab, you dont like it and want back the Original (Standard) Look. Just do an uninstall and Restart.

For download and more information, continue on to the thread.
It would also be greatly appreciated if you’d put your feedback about the skin in the thread.


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