orb3000 · Oct 16, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Simplified icons collection for WM

XDA member biernes_atrece shows another great icons set. Start menu, office, multimedia, personal, user, GPS and Social are included on the developer’s work collection. All sowing transparent background to fully integrate to the UI.
High resolution look icons can be installed on almost any Windows Mobile device.

Originally posted by biernes_atrece
[ICONS] Simplified Upgraded (NEW ICONS ADDED 10.16.2010)

I was trying to upgrade my previous icon set for myself as a final streak before WinMo finally dies.
Then I decided why not just share it as well.

It’s not finish but here’s a teaser

Continue to the icons original thread.


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