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GTX Black Edition Theme for WM
If you have SPB MS 3.5.X and like GTX style UI this will be of your liking. XDA member doc3000 presents GTX Black edition theme for your Windows Mobile device. This complete theme was developed for WQVGA and QVGA devices (portrait only) and will work only on WWE ROMs as some problems have been reported on other languages.
The theme must be installed on main memory to ensure proper display, please be sure to read all installation instructions provided by the developer.
Originally posted by doc3000
[UPDATED 17/09] [SPB MS 3.5.X THEME] [QVGA-WQVGA] GTX Black Edition Theme by DOC3000
V.1.1: BUG FIX menubar and backgrounds
WQVGA-QVGA, portrait only.
- INSTALL IT TO DEVICE MEMORY
– install on a clean Shell
– “problems are all related to a non ENGLISH rom version.
Just duplicate the SPB Mobile shell folder under the Localized program files folder to a “Program Files” folder on the root of device.
For example my “Program Files” is “Programas” (Portuguese) so i made a folder named “Program Files” on the root and copied the “SPB Mobile shell folder” into there after a reboot everything works. Of course you’ll get extra 11,25MB ocupied but until no other solution it works very well”. Thanks to jpl69
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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