orb3000 · Aug 27, 2010 at 06:00 am

Skin Titanium NeoMix Dark for WM

It is amazing the creative power you can find in XDA thanks to all the great developers among us. Themes are coming and coming and continue to amaze us. This time, XDA member sv0911 presents Titanium Neo Mix Dark for your Windows Mobile device with WVGA resolution.
Skins are created to work with special modification full screen weather images based on “Burning Sun” made by the developer. Moreover, this skin contains plugins such as CMultiClock, Notifications v1.3, Artesea Twitter, PIGEON!Today, Home page, and CVolume. You can install it on your storage card if storage is an issue.

Originally posted by sv0911
SKIN++ TITANIUM “NeoMix Dark” WVGA RC by sv0911 feat master_lie feat bol422
Hi Friends,
time for a new gift……. a new Titanium skin..!!!!

This skin is a creation of the authors “sv0911 feat master_lie feat bol422″
based on my Titanium FULL SCREEN WEATHER, NeoTitanium by drkfngthdragnlrd & Shadow Neo Skin by greatbal

The idea, impulse and the driving force behind this all for creating this skin and most of the work goes to bol422
Big thanks to bol422 and master_lie

This skin is created to work with special modificated fullscreen weather images based on “Burning Sun” created
by me and is a full working theme which contains also lot of plugins and some software.. You don´t have to use
the titanium fullscreen weather if you don´t like it the skin will work perfectly anyway..!!!!!
Soon all other full screen weather themes will also be available for this skin…!!!

We checked this work for several weeks on different roms, last rom i checked and also in use by myself is the
Windows Mobile 6.5.3 build 23128 RC2 (CFC Compressed Manila 2016) from the latest HD2rom cooked by
the great cooker “shadowangel”. I´m using it with Windows default.

You can find more information in the skin thread.


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