GTX Playing Ball With WQVGA
While many of you might be loving your GTX themed WVGA devices, the rest of the WQVGA world has been quietly watching with envy, until now. This recent post by XDA member MatG, shows how he has managed to port just about all the graphics you need to have a fully working WQVGA M2D home screen. While many people might ask why you would want something like this on a device with as little power as the Omnia or the Incite, it is the very same reason why I wanted it on my Touch Pro2 even when it froze. It simply looks good.
Hey everyone. After some worka at modaco i want to share my work with members of xda.
So here is my work. I give you fully animated GTX clock and full theme for m2d v2 + some extra wallpapers… It’s all for WQVGA
Here are some pics.
You have to click on the image to enlarge the pic.
Post any bugs or something. I’m still working to make this theme perfect…
Keep your device looking good by going in the theme thread.
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