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Multi-Resolution WM6.5.3 Theme for WM
Finding new themes for your Windows Mobile device is something that is a must for many users. XDA member kenchan2009 presents this nice WM6.5.3 theme for HTC HD Mini or any other device with HVGA resolutions.
This theme comes with some nice stuff such as new fonts and numbers for clocks on home screen.
The developer is providing a cab for direct installation and also the OEM, if you are into cooking. If you like this theme, you can find it also for other resolutions as well.
Originally posted by kenchan2009
【Theme】【HVGA】WM6.5.3 theme “KenChan M8 V3.1″,for HD Mini
【HVGA】WM6.5.3 theme “KenChan M8 V3.1″,for HD Mini
Windows Mobile 6.5.3 theme HVGA 320*480 All models
CAB & OEM
You can find more free themes here: http://hi.baidu.com/kenchan
Copy all the files into the \ My Documents \
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