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Droid X Theme – Welcome Beta Testers
XDA member krayzee presents this theme for your Android device. This is a well designed theme UI with text icons that will give a fresh look to your home screen, also including 2 dialer options. As this is the first and unfinished version, you can expect some bugs, but the developer will appreciate your feedback in order to improve future versions.
Post in the original thread if you want to be a beta tester. Working on Android 2.2 and up.
Originally posted by krayzee
Droid X theme – need beta testers
This is a new theme that i am working on. It is currently NOT 100% completed BUT it is very usuable ( I use it every day ) .. what i am looking for at this stage is for people to install it and let me know of any issues.
Droid X – Duh…
Froyo 2.3.15 (not sure if it works on anything else)
Here are some screenshots.
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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