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Theme, Dusk & GTX Weather for WM
XDA member xpressyourcell presents these two themes for your Windows Mobile devices’ tab weather on Sense/Manila. Dusk theme can be found in black and blue colours, and we can call this one a dark series as all colour combinations are on that line. On the other side, we have the GTX theme that can fit perfectly if you are using any ROM with GTX UI, also using a particular combination between black and white.
Despite the developer states that these themes will only work on manila 2012.12, 13, 14, XDA member Kroutnuk made a version compatible with manila 1921 (can be found on page 2).
Originally posted by xpressyourcell
[Theme]Dusk & GTX Weather
Dusk Weather BY:
This weather package is tested on manila 2012.12, 13, 14. If you use it on any other manila version you are doing so at your own RISK
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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