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Theme Mix & Match for WM
This is a new and fresh theme for changing the home screen of your Windows Mobile device using Cookie Home Tab 2. XDA member manalas presents Mix & Match themes with a complete series of options to fully customize your device including: SoftKeys, toggle switches, notification icons, analog/digital Clock and Windows lock scren. The developer worked to the last detail to bring a great UI grpahics which were fully tested on Energy ROM´s but should work on any other WVGA device with CHT 2.
Originally posted by manalas
Share my HomeScreen : Mix & Match Style (CHT2_WVGA) [new theme Download Now]
I’m apologize for my English. It’s not good.
I tested all my theme on EnergyROM. Thank you NRGZ28 for cooking the excellent rom.
I’m beginner for customize theme. I’m so sorry if some problem that i can’t solve.
Post 1: New Release
Post 2: Show My HomeScreen
Post 3: CHT2: SoftKeys
Post 4: CHT2: Toggle switches
Post 5: CHT2: Notification icons
Post 6: CHT2: Analog Clock
Post 7: CHT2: Digital Clock
Post 8: Windows LockScreen
Post 9: Options
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