orb3000 · Dec 8, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Theme Gingerbread Homescreen for Android

If you want to have a glimpse of the almost here Gingerbread 2.3 on your Android device, or if your model will not get this update, XDA member MacaronyMax presents his work for ADW Launcher. This basic theme will work only in MDPI devices. Please follow instructions to avoid unwanted behavior on the theme.
The developer will work on future version with updated pictures for the theme.
Please leave feed back if you like it.

Originally posted by MacaronyMax
[THEME|MDPI] Gingerbread Homescreen

Just made a kind of little theme which resembles gingerbread
It’s a modded ADW Launcher, and has a gingerbread look a like status bar with icons
This is for MDPI devices Only

There are still alot more thing to do but ill give it as it is

Installation;
There is no metamorph or update.zip, so attatched is the files needed

First you will need to get your framework-res.apk file and open it up (not extract), now navigate to /res/drawable-mdpi/ and place the images that are in the Statusbar folder (Which is in the zip i gave you) into the drawable-mdpi folder , now you can close that up and put it back on your device.

Now you will need to install the ADWGBMOD.apk file on your phone, if you already have adwlauncher installed, you will have to uninstall it first

Then finaly put the three images that are in the folder ‘Dock Icons’ onto your SDCard.

Now reboot.

You can find more information in the original thread.


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