orb3000 · Sep 17, 2010 at 03:00 pm

Italian Language EndKey GTX Style for WM

We wrote some time ago about Endkey Replacement, an long press application function with many more options than the one original one. Now, XDA member rs125 presents EndKey with a GTX style for Italian members.
Enter boot loader, comm manager, restart Sense, vibrate on/off, data connection on/off, soft reset and shutdown are the available options on Developers application.

Originally posted by rs125
EndKey GTX Color Style by Rs125

Ecco il mio nuovo progetto. L’endkey GTX creato da me
Sviluppo completato. DOWNLOAD

Il cab non è la semplice skin ma è tutto il programma completo dell’endkey 3.6. L’endkey è una creazione di jochos. Per chi non ce l’ha installato in ROM così non vi faccio perdere tempo

Alla prossima

PS: This is the thread of jochos Endkey

You can find more information in the application thread.


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