New Lock-Screen Working on COM5 ROMs
Some members are always looking for new ways to personalize their devices, and this time it is the lock screen’s turn. XDA member Cloudyfa presents this beautiful lock screen from OBOE leaked ROM completely translated to English and working on COM5 ROMs (WM6.5.3)
Previous versions were working only for Windows Mobile devices with 6.5, but now it´s possible to have it on other versions as well. It is definitely a well polished lock screen. the developer does not mention anything about resolutions, but I have tested on Leo and can say that WVGA works perfectly.
Note: If you are not sure what COM version you have, see here.
Originally posted by Cloudyfa
[SOLVED] How to have latest LockScreen working on COM5
Here’s the latest LockScreen from OBOE leaked ROM (fully translated to WWE)
Step 1: Install the LockScreen cab, if you’re using COM3, skip Step2.
Step 2: Install my ActiveLS cab and reset.
(All cabs must be installed on Device)
@Chefs: you know what to do
You can find more information in the lock screen thread.
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