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Give Your Windows Mobile Device a Taste of Easter
Whether you have religious motives or not to celebrate Easter, one can only help but to wonder what to do in order to get into the whole spirit, particularly if you have children. Well, if that was the case, your prayers have been heard because XDA member lnando84 has prepared a theme for Sense for Windows Mobile devices equipped with Cookie’s Home Tab 2.0. The theme includes Easter eggs for the different icons, bunnies, and as much candy and chocolate as you can swipe your finger on. There are various items to tinker with along with some very nice backgrounds. All in all, Happy Easter!
Have you tried this on your device yet? Please share some feedback if you have.
My Easter Theme for CHT 2.0 is finally finished enough to share ..better late then never right lol. Mix and match different items to make you’re own unique theme. I hope everyone enjoys it.
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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