Modern Facebook Themes for Android
Here are some good themes for your Facebook application on your Android device. XDA member adam2010 presents four themes for your delight, including Windows phone 7, Blue Minimal, Demo, and Orange styles. Installation is quite easy, just unzip on your computer, place the apk file in a SD card, and install. There are still some minor bugs to fix but no doubt it´s nice to have other options to personalize.
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Originally posted by adam2010
Facebook app has never been so happy before until it got a new theme. Simple, modern, and eye catching themes that hypnotizes you not quitting the app and make Mark Zuckerberg excited. Well, you have to quit at some point!
Video link is on it’s way!
Themes Coming soon [???????]…I like teasing
Please download it on your computer (not cellphone),files are zipped and need to be extracted first and they are not flashable.
If your facebook is in system, please check post #42
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