iPad Theme for Windows Mobile
If you like the iPad look, now you can have a similar theme on your Windows Mobile device. XDA member jeffrey2000 presents this theme where you can choose between blue and black colored buttons. Also, the developer included an iPad styled on/off switch to compliment the theme.
It will work on any WVGA resolution screen running WM 6.5 and up.
Originally posted by jeffrey2000
[THEME] ★★Apple ‘ipad’ WVGA Windows Mobile 6.5.x theme★★ by Jeffrey2000
UPDATED at 19-9-2010 22:45:
Coming up next…. a theme inspired by Apple’s ipad theme… here’s a picture in advance how it’s gonna be…
Remember this is NOT a HTC sense theme, I just happen to have this installed already and like it together with my windows mobile theme!!!
If you want it like this you can better install NRG’s 6.5.3/Dinik (in my case omnia 2/i8000) rom and apply my theme after, you can have this views via Cookie’s home editor / edit home layout and drag&drop the interface as how you want it to be.
DON’t FORGET TO PUT THIS THEME AS DEFAULT or nothing will change
You can find more information in the theme thread here.
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