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Icon Pack Windows Phone 7 Tiles for Android
If you use desktop visualizer or any other theming application on your Android device and want to have a Windows Phone 7 look, this icons set created by XDA member ketchup539 may be of your liking. This great collection includes more than 80 WP7 high resolution icons in this color combinations: crimson, pink, blue, and green.
The developer also offer this work free to use on any theme created by members just giving proper credits.
Originally posted by ketchup539
[ICON PACK] Windows Phone Tiles. Now In 3 Different colours.
I just saw a demo of windows phone 7, and i must say, the user interface is awesome.
I put together some tiles to use on your android phone with programs like desktop visualiser and other theming apps.
Feel free to use these in any themes, but remember to give me some credit
Anyway, here they are, the file was too big to attach below, So I uploaded to MegaUpload
You can find more information in the icons collection thread.
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