Make Your Own Metamorph Themes for Your Captivate
If you would like to get into theme creation for Android devices, but don’t know where to get started, XDA member junkdruggler has a solution for you. The dev posted a tutorial in the Captivate section that deals with creating Metamorph themes for your device. There are a few things that you will need to get from the market, but other than that, instructions are pretty well laid out. So, give it a go and put your personal touch in your Android device.
Go to market
Download mm, ninjamorph, silver edit, and astro.. While here pick up a random icon pack… (your first morph)
Open silver edit..pick new xml.. Here is a template. Replace the dashes – with less than/greater than < .. They won’t show on xda
You can find more information in the guide thread.
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