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Skin Black n Blue Grill for WM
Who said WM is dead?. The most interesting about this skin for Windows Mobile devices using Cookie Home Tab 2.0 is that can be used along with many options such as Resco, Thumbcal, Dialer, psShutXP, S2U2, Swype, and more. XDA member sponge_worthy presents this work for WVGA resolutions devices only and will let you have a fresh look on your device. The original poster lets you download the fore-layer used for all the skins and also is open for suggestions on future works.
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Originally posted by sponge_worthy
[SKN] Black n Blue Grill Sense/CHT2/Resco/Thumbcal/Dialer/psShutXP/S2U2/Swype/More
I thought I would share my current theme/skin in case anyone wants at least a part of it. I’m currently using an NRG Rom for my Tilt2 so the sense icons started with that general theme. It bugs me when all my icons do not match, so I skinned several programs that I use all the time so that everything flows well together. I should mention that some of these skins (power radio and thumbcal for example) may be WVGA only.
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