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Theme Blue Chrome Manila 2.5 Slider
Graphics lovers are always looking for new themes, skins, icons or any other ways to personalize their devices. This time, XDA member xpressyourcell presents these slider theme icons for Windows Mobile devices using Manila 2.5. 20xx only. The design is based on black and blue with a 3D touch.
If you like the developer’s slider work, please leave some feedback.
Originally posted by xpressyourcell
XYC – Blue Chrome Manila 2.5 slider
These are the original graphix of icon maker xylomon. A couple of them are custom made by yours truely but I am the one that resized them down from 500×500 and put them into the slider. Hope you like it!!!
Also, not included in the screenshots are call history and Facebook
These are for manila 2.5. 20xx. I have not been able to test on all versions of manila, I do know that the call history tab doesn’t display properly on the most recent NRGZ28 CHT ROM.
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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