ElCondor · Sep 29, 2010 at 03:00 am

List of Themes for your Shiny New Droid 2

So, you just got your new Motorola Droid 2, and you want to try some other looks? The Droid 2 forums on XDA are already full of new themes and applications that are worth trying out.
To make it easy for you, we made a list of the best Android themes found on the Droid 2 Themes forum.

Kangerade Blue

This is a port of the Kangerade Blue theme by Jrummy, ported by XDA member draya1986. It doesn’t change elements all that much, but the overall look is very good balanced using the blue colours.
Visit Thread | Requirements: Root, Deodex, Koush’s Bootstrapper

NexTheme

This theme includes a refreshing font, and offers more clean graphics and fine graphics. It is a port from the original NexTheme by XDA member manup456.
Visit Thread | Requirements: Root, Deodex, Koush’s Bootstrapper

Revolution Remix

This theme really changes a lot of graphics, and the whole UI look is redone. The colours remind me a bit of HTC’s design, but it might just be the wallpaper though. Especially, the clock is looking really good. This theme is a port too, now from Benn879. It is ported by XDA member draya1986.
Visit Thread | Requirements: Root, Deodex, Koush’s Bootstrapper

These are just few of the many themes that are available now. You can find more in the Droid 2 Theme and Applications Forum.


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