orb3000 · Jun 21, 2011 at 09:00 am

Icon Set for Advanced Config Updated – Windows Phone 7

If you use Advanced Config on your Windows Phone 7 and love to make new visual changes, this may be of your liking. XDA member drkfngthdragnlrd presents his icons collection thread, AppIcons & AppTiles. Thanks to this, you can have personalized images and text descriptions for a lot of icons on your device. The latest update includes Glass Icons set and some more non Glass version icons as well. You must download and install Advanced Configuration Tool in order to make it work.

As always, we ask for your feedback for the developer.

Originally posted by drkfngthdragnlrd
[Icon Set] AppTile & AppIcons for Advanced Config [Collection Thread]

My colletion of AppIcons & AppTiles for replacing the icons with Advanced Config by Julien Schaps.

Added new Glass Icons & Some more Icons to the non Glass version.

Instructions;
Downalod & Install Advanced Configuration Tool for Windows Phone 7 Beta from above link. Download is near the middle of the page above the comments & advertisement.
Copy the AppTile_*.png & AppIcon_*.png’s to \Windows of the device using Windows Phone Device Manager or the USB Hack/TouchXplorer/Advance Explorer methods.
Open Advanced Config Tool & change to Tile & Icons tab.

Continue to the icons collection thread.


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