orb3000 · Aug 20, 2010 at 06:00 am

GTX Splash Screens for WM

More original splash screens are coming up, this time XDA member rouzbehali presents four new splash screens in all the style of GTX UI for your Windows Mobile device with WVGA resolutions.
If this is your first time changing a splash screen, remember to make a back up of your original image before modifying your png files.

Originally posted by rouzbehali
[Splash Screen] WVGA GTX Splash Screens

Instructions :

1 : Download the files and copy them to your storage card

2 : replace the “welcomehead.png” with GTX Splash Screens (use Resco file explorer.etc )

3 : Perform a Soft reset

4 : Enjoy

5 : Leave comment

these PNGs don’t include the top black area you see in this post

Important NOTE : Please make a backup before replacing png files

You can find more information in the screens thread.


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