TheRomMistress · Jun 19, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Modified TouchWiz 4 Launcher For ALL Android Devices

For all you TouchWiz Launcher fans, XDA member’s Fr4gg0r & Swiftwork have developed a modified version that works with “Every device with armv7 processor and froyo or higher.” Some of the great features included in this modified version of TW include:

  • App Drawer
    • Number of apps per page
    • Number of app columns
    • Sort order (normal/alphabetical, alphabetical will be forced after reboot/changing from normal to alphabetical)
    • Enable/disable app backdrops
    • Enable/disable 3D effect for backdrops
  • Badge Counter
    • enable/disable unread g-mail counter (specify accounts to show counter for)
    • enable/disable unread sms counter or Samsung Counter
  • Themes
    • You can combine themes (e.g. a full theme and then apply just a dock theme)
  • EXTRA Stuff:
    • Resizing for all widgets enabled (long press widget and then drop it without moving)
    • Scrolling widgets are supported (currently not recommended to use though, lags when scrolling)

To find out about the other great features included in this mod, visit the original thread.


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