orb3000 · May 12, 2010 at 10:47 pm

[THEME WP7] wad2 QVGA

WP7 is highly requested by members at XDA, now in combination with wad2, member leonardoaraujo created a WP7 theme specially for QVGA screen resolution devices and bring them into a new fresh look. You can completely replace your existing Today screen to WP7, you can create floating windows, shortcuts, or virtual pages to extend the functionality of your Windows Mobile device.

Originally posted by leonardoaraujo
Hey everybody, new theme QVGA phone windows 7,

Nothing personal against staff who want to “sell” theme, but it is free !!!!!
and have no rights to it, kkkkkkk, can improve it.

Now lighter with a screen lock, differentiated hubs, fully integrated music page with s2p, without crashes, with the top bar, the applications will add pages to make your way.

Continue on to the theme thread for more information.


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