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Simplistic Theme for Android Updated
Android themes are starting to come almost as frequent as we see them on WM platform. This time XDA member chancellorr presents this nice theme for your Android device with Metamorph, and as it´s name says is a very simple and clean theme. New icons can be found on the version 1.1 update that also fixes some bugs present on version one.
For those of you who don´t know about MetaMorph, it allows you to apply themes, patches, and mods to your phone by adding or changing files in an apk/jar file and by replacing files in any Directory.
MetaMorph doesn’t work with market apps, working only if you have a rooted phone, and BusyBox needs to be installed as well.
Originally posted by chancellorr
[METAMORPH] Simplistic V 1.1 (8/04/10)
Here is my new MetaMorph theme Simplistic. The font is not included because it isn’t a free font.
It includes the framework and icons, not weather theme!
ALWAYS BACK UP YOUR PHONE BEFORE MORPHING! I’m NOT RESPONSABLE FOR YOU MESSING SOMETHING UP!
Changes to the framework and phone apks
Screenshots show most changes
Popups taken from ElegentSteel by Hund. Let me know if you want them removed.
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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