PocketMusic GTX Skin for Windows Mobile
Do you still have good old Windows Mobile in your device? Then you must know about the GTX UI. XDA member devil-strike presents a skin for your PocketMusic with all the black and white style of GTX. Working on WM 6.5 and if you have WM6.5.x, there is a fix so you can use it as well. Installation is quite easy and landscape support is included.
Please leave your feedback for the developer, so future versions can improve.
Originally posted by devil-strike
PocketMusic GTX Skin (WVGA)
Hello all here is my first contribution on xda.
I have made a pocketmusic GTX skin and wanted to share it whit you.
If you have WM 6.5 than no problem at all if you have WM 6.5.x than please use this fix from e-Natives WM6.5.x Position Fix
I have removed manila in the reg and added Pocketmusic.
Hope you all enjoy it just like me.
its quite simple place the GTX.vsk in the Pocketmusic_GTX.zip in PocketMusic/PMskins
Then start PocketMusic click menu -> Player Settings -> PocketMusic Skin and Select GTX and you are done.
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