Theme Depot – Find What You Want in the I9000 Section!
A lot of our device fora have numerous stickies that act as “one stop shop” for apps, themes, fixes and more. However, it seems that the Samsung Galaxy S I9000 had its content scattered throughout the device’s sub-forum, so XDA member FuryriderX decided to make one centralized place to have all the complete themes in a single, easy to find thread. There was a considerable amount of time and effort put in by this member in looking for and compiling the thread, which includes the best of the best for the I9000.
Please keep in mind that this is only a “resource” thread, which means that the OP will likely not be able to address any concerns regarding a single theme. If you would like to help the OP by contributing to the thread, please make sure that you follow the guidelines posted.
Only cataloging complete themes (framework/apps/etc) as of right now, once the list is fully finished, I might work on cataloging themed apps/bootscreens/etc. One thing at a time!
You can find more information in the listing thread.
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