More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
SPB MS Light3D Theme for WM
A very fresh looking theme for SPB Mobile is presented by XDA member ludo925.
Great new icons and nice graphicsk are now another option to personalize your Windows Mobile device. This new theme is multi resolution and will work with SPB MS3.5.3; MS3.5.4 & MS3.5.5 only.
The developer recommends to uninstall any previous version of SPB and install Mortscript 4.2 before proceeding with this theme’s installation.
Originally posted by ludo925
This is ma last theme made in only 5 days for SPB MS 3.5.3 or laster(3.5.4 & 3.5.5)
portrait & landscape
Compatible with WQVGA-QVGA-WVGA-VGA;
Only for SPB MS3.5.3; MS3.5.4 & MS3.5.5.
Feel free to post any bugs encountered and your advice / requests / comments.
- To prevent any display problem later we ask you to completely uninstall SPB Mobile Shell 3 and reinstall
– Install Mortscript 4.2
– Run the installation script
– At the end of the installation click YES and wait time for SPB to restart
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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