Spb theme Galaxy Android Style for WM
A big collection of themes for SPB Mobile Shell are presented by XDA member @mark@. This set is called Galaxy Android Style v1 and contains more than seven different complete themes for your Windows Mobile device, including Android and Xperia, among others.
The theme has landscape support and will work with WVGA and VGA resolutions, you must have installed Spb Mobile Shell 3.5.5 . and .NET Framework 3.5 . to make it work.
Originally posted by @mark@
* Lots of New widgets.
* Xperia 10 And Android Status icons .
* Android Weather widget skins.
* New Menubar .
* Support landscape mode .
* New Background .
* And More ….
RELEASE Galaxy Android Style v1 :
– 20 August 2010
* WVGA/VGA Windows Mobile .
* Spb Mobile Shell 3.5.5 .
* Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 .
1- Exit Spb Mobile Shell Before Install theme .
2- Install the theme on Main Device Memory .
3- You Must Install this theme on Clean Spb Mobile Shell .
4- After install theme you must restart Device .
5- Done ….Enjoy….
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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