WenWM · Mar 13, 2010 at 12:54 pm

New HTC Desire Windows Mobile Theme

The HTC desire is the newest HTC Android device, and with all these Android devices coming out there is some desire for Android inspired themes from Windows Mobile users. That has been solved with this new theme. The theme was done by Dark Ninja, even though it was released some time ago, it recently received an update.

Originally posted by Dark Ninja

Htc Hero / Desire/ Legend Taskbar

So.. Here’s my second taskbar im working on which is trying to replicate the HTC Hero taskbar onto the windows mobile taskbar. I was planning on putting this with my other thread although I can see how it would confuse me and others to give/take feedback if there’s so many versions.

If you guys have any suggestions roll ‘em in and let me know what you think..

Continue on to the thread for more details.


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