Skin CorePlayer Black Grease for WM
A few months ago, XDA member ebsbow presented a nice black skin for those lovers of Core Player. The skin now works well on portrait and landscape, and you can watch youtube videos easily.
You can install the skin on device memory or on SD card, just be sure to place it on the same file where you have your Core Player program files.
Originally posted by ebsbow
[SKN] [CorePlayer] Black Grease 0.42
Noobs How To:
Download the .zip file below,
Don’t follow the instructions of the old .doc.( this file is obsolete)
Unpack the .cab and transfer it anywhere to you device,
Start the cab file,
Select the drive of your Coreplayer installation,
Fire-up your CorePlayer.
YouTube, if I can find the solution.
Landscape mode update. But no hurry there?
This is part one, so anything is possible.
You can find more information in the skin thread.
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