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Noticon Theme For LG Optimus 2x
If you fancy a change from the stock notification icons on your LG Optimus 2x, take a look at the Noticon theme by XDA forum member zarras.
This is the first try by the XDA member to build something useful for the community of the O2x and most of the work is placed in icons along the notification bar, pull down menu and some screens such as the USB alert screen.
There are 5 different versions of Noticon with different notification bars and toggle buttons and the theme also includes the Battery Percentage Mod by XDA member Malicious Ken.
Note that this will work on stock and Modaco’s ROMs (Froyo 2.2) but not on CM ROMS (Gingerbread).
For more information including screenshots and to download the theme files, head on over to the theme thread.
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