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NeonGT Themes For Galaxy S II
Here’s a good thread containing great themes for the Galaxy S II. XDA member rixsta presents NeonGT themes, an interesting design that can be used with Lite’ning 4.2, Villain 2.3 and KG3 ROMs. You can get them on red, green, and blue. The best part is that this theme also applies to the dialer! I personally would like to see more development on dialers as the Android default can be rather boring, don´t you agree?. Certainly, a great choice if you want to try something different for your device.
As always, we encourage you to leave your feedback as a way to let the developer know about bugs so future version can be improved.
Originally posted by rixsta
By Rixsta , Mod85, geko95gek and nitrozk
New Cognition 1.31 , lite’ning , villain 2.3 ……Villain rom is odexed right now so the villain port theme may work on stock KG3 ???
Please consider a donation..its hard work and takes up alot of free time…Be nice
This has been a love, hate relationship as Im still very new to theming and its been a battle thats for sure, hope you enjoy the theme…..
Massive thanks to Mod85 for his work and support with this theme
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