Honeycomb Theme for Android
XDA member haxzamatic presents this Honeycomb theme for Android HDPI devices loaded with Cyanogen on T-Mobile. If you have device that meets the previous conditions, you will find on this theme a freshly new way of interacting with your device. Despite it being the first alpha version, you can still have fun with it, regardless of the bugs. Grab it for free on the market. The developer includes also a Wiki to learn how to build themes.
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Originally posted by haxzamatic
Honeycomb Theme – CM7 Theme – Alpha 3
Honeybread Theme Alpha V1
A Honeycomb theme for HDPI devices that have the T-Mobile Theme System
Coming to the Android Market this week, a free and donate version will be available. Both versions will be the same exact too I will make some MetaMorphs too when I finish most of the changes
This theme is for the T-Mobile/Cyanogen Theme System. For now HDPI devices only. I have tons of stuff to fix/add still so please don’t report obvious bugs, trust me I see them When it get’s to the Beta stage I will start taking bug reports. I don’t see people having any major issues but you never know, make a nandroid to be safe!
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