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Smartphone Revitalize Sliding Panel Theme
Do you have a non touch screen Windows Mobile device?, You must agree not too much development is happening with those smarphones. However, XDA member gtg465x got tired of that and created a new theme for QVGA Landscape devices running WM6.1 and 6.5.
The theme has great graphics and fonts and it will give your device a breath of fresh air.
Originally posted by gtg465x
[Theme] [QVGA Landscape] [Standard 6.1|6.5] Smartphone Revitalize Sliding Panel Theme
So I’m one of those guys still living in the dark age of Windows Mobile Standard. I don’t see many good themes posted for good ole non-touchscreen phones, so I thought I’de give it a shot.
Critiques are encouraged!
More information to come…
Windows Mobile Standard 6.1 or 6.5
QVGA Landscape device
After unzipping, look at the folder names for instructions
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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