New Boot screen designs
XDA member gauravbaadshah presents a new design on this start up screens with the logo of HTC, Samsung, and Dell.
Based on Windows 7 logo, these new images will give a different look to your Windows Mobile device’s start up sequence.
Originally posted by gauravbaadshah
Hello fellow xda users,
UPDATE1 (18 June): WVGA for Samsung and HTC available now.
UPDATE2 (19 June): WQVGA for Samsung available now. All files are now available in cabs.
UPDATE3 (19 June): VGA for Dell added.
UPDATE4 (21 June): Read WMPowerUser Review
I made an amazing Welcomehead/Boot screen image consisting of HTC/Samsung and Windows phone logos . It is now available for QVGA, VGA, WQVGA and WVGA resolutions.
To install just copy the corresponding cab to your device and run it via any file explorer.
The following versions are available:
QVGA (240×320) HTC
VGA (480×640) HTC
VGA (480×640) Dell
WVGA (480×800) HTC
WVGA (480×800) Samsung
WQVGA (240×400) Samsung
If you like it and want the same for your resolution just drop in a comment.
Don’t forget to post your feedback.
You can find more information in the start up screens thread.
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