Theme ADAMOID LuxurY DeSIGn for Nexus One
XDA member adam2010 presents this new theme for your Nexus One using CM7 ROM. ADAMOID LuxurY really changes all colors and general look on your device. The complete package includes MIUI Music, Go Contacts, Go Launcher (themed), and Go Launcher Classic 2, so you don´t need to download any additional stuff to make it work.
For installation, make a Nandroid backup and then download the file. The file is not flashable, so you’ll have to extract it first, then put the flashable file in your SD card, goto Recovery, flash it, and voila!.
The developer opened a poll to find out what other devices should he be making this theme for, so if you like it leave your vote.
Originally posted by adam2010
[THEME][APPS] ADAMOID LuxurY DeSIGn – I <3 CM7 -(3/25/11)
Searching for a whole new theme for your CM7 rom? Seek no more, look at the images and judge for yourself. I’m done talking (for now)
*** Theme for Other Devices coming soon! go to this thread***
mY thanks to Cyanogen, Pendo, XDA, and mYself lol.
Most of the CM7 (RC2) UI is themed and I themed some apps to go with the new design.
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