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Manila Music Control Skins
Are you one of the many who wants your phone to reflect you? Do you like to modify everything from the Icon sets to the Toolbar Icons? Well, now you have more tools to customize your device even further. XDA member rawrscary has released his own custom manila music control skin, which is used to replace the control buttons in your music tab.
Couldn’t find many manila music control skins so decided to make my own, only 8 for now but there will be more to come. Inside the zip you will find each skin for either manila 2.5.1921 or 2.5.2012, make sure you install the right one for your version.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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