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New Skin for Dialer and Lockscreen
For those who want to have a different dialer and lock screen, XDA member akira99 presents these skins for Leo, Topaz, and Rhodium, based on the ones for the EVO.
In fact, dialers are one of the part of the UI that have remained unchanged for quite some time. This here is the chance to get something fresh on your device.
Working only in WVGA running Windows Mobile 6.5 and up, this skin fits on both Portrait or Landscape orientations.
Originally posted by akira99
NullPointer EvO Dialer
Supportet Devices: Topaz, Rhodium, Leo
Supportet OS: WM 6.5, WM 6.5.x
Supportet Orientation: Portrait, Landscape
NP_EvO_Dialer_LEO is for Leo Stock-Rom
NP_EvO_Dialer_LEO_2 is for Leo rom newer than 2.01
NP_EvO_Dialer_TOPAZ_RHODIUM is for Rhodium and Topaz Stock until S2
NP_EvO_Dialer_TOPAZ_RHODIUM is for Rhodium S2 and Topaz S2
I made this dialer with the inspiration of the Devotion Dialer from matt_jackson (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show…29&postcount=3) and with his kind permission to use two pictures.
You can find more information in the skin thread.
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