orb3000 · Jun 23, 2010 at 03:00 am

Rhodium Skin Project for S2U2 Going Off-Line

It is sad to know projects like this are going down for lack of support. If we all think a bit of how many applications we got on our devices from developers for free, I am sure we all have at least a couple of them.
This great skin created by XDA member demonizator, which was especially designed for Rhodium using S2U2, puts essential information on your lock screen, and it is very customizable.
Despite being designed for Rhodium, this app will work as well with VGA, WVGA, QVGA, WQVGA resolutions.

Originally posted by demonizator
Latest version: 2.21 | APR 27, 2010

Supported resolutions: VGA, WVGA, QVGA, WQVGA

Dear friends and xda-devs,

I’m sad to inform you that http://tpro.station59.com has to be shut down. Since announcing version 2 of my tPRO skin series and launching the website last summer, and after 60,000+ downloads since then alone, this project received nearly no support (thank you Michael and John for your donations). Thus, I can no longer maintain domain, hosting and download bandwidth for this website.

I still plan expanding the skin series with support for new applications and introduce new ui designs, and of course share it with this great community. However, due to my heavy workload at another project of mine I am forced to put this one on hold till the end of the summer.

Thank you all,

dEM

You can find more information in the application thread.


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