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Else Phone Theme for Windows Mobile
I don´t know why but this theme reminds me of Tron, probably one of the most original graphic works around lately. XDA member Trekfan422991 presents Else Phone theme for Windows Mobile devices with WVGA and WQVGA screen resolutions using Throttle Launcher. Despite is still on beta stage, this theme is fully functional and the developer mentions that future versions will have VGA and QVGA support. A left handed version is in process too!
You can configure which applications you want the phone page buttons to launch and also your own applications to launch on the media page for: Picture, Videos, Music, and Radio, just to mention some of the features included.
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Originally posted by Trekfan422991
[Theme]Update 1/18/11] Beta0.4 W(Q)VGA] ELSE PHONE Theme
This is still a work in progress
[Update 1/18/11]Beta v0.4 … bottom of post…
for WVGA only …
the WQVGA beta is same as last for now
Currently only for WVGA and WQVGA
i have started creating it for VGA and QVGA..
people need to let me know if any one needs square screen versions like : 240×240 or 320×320
i dont know if there is 480×480 or 640×640 either let me know
i wanna see this on everyone’s phone… lol
I have Started Creating Left Handed Version As Well…!!!!
all in due time…. there WILL be a version for everybody’s device!!!!…… AND HAND lol
THIS THEME IS FOR THROTTLE LAUNCHER!!!
based off of Else phone
will upload when finished.
there is still some coding to do
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