Put Your Own Icons on Your Apps Thanks to Png2Exe for WM
So, you got your WM device fully loaded with good apps (some more useful than others). However, you are very keen on making your device look great and most icons in your device are flat out bad. They will never match the current theme simply because they are not meant for it. XDA member dubidu has created a little app that will, change any shortcut’s icon into something of your choice. The app is very simple to use and it will replace the your icons in a matter of seconds.
Interested yet? Head over to the discussion thread and throw in your two cents or simply provide feedback for tihis app,
This app can be used to create a launcher exe for that application with a image as the icon. It converts the image file (png,jpg,gif or bmp) into an ICON and inserts it into the EXE, so it can be used to set different icons as the ones provided in the original exe.
Really simple to use, takes 4 input values:
- Path of the original exe.
- Arguments to pass to the program.
- Path where the launcher will be created.
- Path for the image file used for the icon.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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