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New WAD Android Theme for WM
If you have a Windows Mobile device, now you can set a new theme if you use WAD. XDA member wildcardspv presents Android theme for WVGA devices. This theme will give you 3 scrolling home pages and all the Android icons in Taskbar with battery, signal, wifi and new SMS notifications, todays calendar appointments, as well as your newest email.
For the ones who enjoy visual versions of Google´s operating system, this is a good choice.
Originally posted by wildcardspv
WAD Android theme (WVGA)
Here’s an Android theme which I made to use with WAD.
It’s the first theme I’ve created but I thought it turned out pretty well, so I thought I’d share it and see what you think.
It’s for WVGA devices (I use a TG01) and is portrait only.
3 main pages for shortcuts (slide left/right to move between them)
2 menu pages – tap the silver button at the bottom of any main page to slide up to menu page 1, and slide your finger up on that page to access menu page 2.
Slide your finger down to get back to menu page 1 and tap the silver button at the top of menu page 1 to get back to the main screens.
Taskbar with battery, signal, wifi and new SMS notifications.
To install (if you’re already using WAD you probably know this anyway, but just in case!!):
You can find more information in the application thread.
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