orb3000 · May 6, 2011 at 12:00 am

Theme Chooser: Add-Ons, Lockscreens and Notifications for Android

XDA member Dont Panic presents this complete collection of elements to enhance and personalize your Android device. All of this work is based on the new T-Mobile theme chooser provided in CM7, but with added Morph add-ons so now you can change almost everything. You will find themes, lock screen icons, sliders/rotary, unlock pattern, lens, volume, dialers, boot screens, and more.
The developer has tested on CM7 devices with HDPI resolutions but may work on MDPI, please let us know your experiences using these mods.

Originally posted by Dont Panic
[Morphs] Theme Chooser Add-ons: Lockscreens, Dialers, Boot Animations, Wallpapers

I love the new T-Mobile Theme Chooser provided in CM7, but it still has limits. These morph add-ons are meant to fill in some of the gaps. I started with UpwardSpiral’s excellent themes, and they may work well with others out there.

First post: Theme Add-ons
Second post: Boot Animations and Wallpapers
Third post: Instructions, Troubleshooting, and Changelog

Note: Themes override morphs. All morphs made for CyanogenMod7. Hdpi versions tested on my D1. I have no mdpi device to test on. Return to Stock images morphs are at the bottom of the OP.

Basic Add-ons:
Themes lockscreen icons, sliders/rotary, unlock pattern, lense, and volume.

Continue to the add ons thread.


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