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Icons Set Compilation Thread – Android
Are you an icon addict? Well, now you have a thread to go and spend some time choosing your collection. XDA member Falloutboy2000 has been working on placing all -or almost all- containing threads and posts into a single one with direct links to the original works. The original thread also includes how to´s for changing icons on the home screen, changing icons in the dock, and a general guide containing information about pixels and resolutions.
Wanna see more than 276 different collections? Step in and contribute if you can.
Originally posted by Falloutboy2000
[Collection] ICON SETS | OVER *275* different Icon Packs [INDEX on 2nd post]
hello everyone !
i thought to start a new thread to collect and share icons.
feel free to post icons u want to share !
it would be cool if we can get a big list together.
all credits go to the creators and designers !
Changing icons on the homescreens
Continue to the icon collections thread.
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