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HTC HD Mini Theme
Owners of older devices are always looking for ways to get their devices “modernized”. Do you want to have the HD Mini theme on your Windows Mobile device? XDA member joshoon presents this nice work for WVGA devices running WM 6.5 and up.
The developer gives you the possibility to remove the start button from home screen as well.
If you have an older version of the HD Mini theme, you must unisntall and reboot before installing this new one.
Originally posted by joshoon
[THEME] HTC HD Mini theme (WVGA)
I was looking for a HTC HD Mini theme, and I couldn’t find it anywhere!
So I desided to find out how I could make a Windows Mobile theme, and I just made my first theme, a HTC HD Mini theme for Windows Mobile!
I took all the information from photo’s and firstlook videos of the HTC HD Mini, with help of the pictures and videos I was able to make this theme.
This theme changes the top and bottombar and some other buttons in Windows Mobile into the ones of the HTC HD Mini.
If you want to remove the startbutton too (So you have only 2 buttons in like homescreen) you have to make this registry edit:
I didnt do this myself, because I think the startbutton is very usefull.
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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