SayaDX Taskbar for WM
XDA member Lunie presents a new task bar for your Windows Mobile device. Following the saga of previous work for Manila modding, this Token styled theme will let you have a different task bar with nice icons. It´s presented in 2 options: colored battery icon and single color. You need to have SDKCerts installed to make it work, after install do soft reset.
Working on WM 6.5 and up for WVGA resolutions but should work on VGA too.
Originally posted by Lunie
SayaDX★Taskbar [Token Edition+] WM 6.5.x [WVGA](10/27)
Hello my name is Lunie, as I have mentioned in one of my threads before I like to customize the tiny things in manila, but now I have made a custom taskbar for windows mobile. This is based on iOS themes and Token theme. Some of you might like it but some of you wont. I’ll have to finish it soon by making my own drop down icons, unfortunately i have no more time. This is the best I could do since im going back to school tommorow. I’ll take any ideas for what the taskbar should look like to match the battery but as for now like i said i have no more time but imo token=eyecandy so enjoy.
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