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Themes for CM6.1 Final, New Gingerbread
Gingerbread is so close…but not yet here. In the meantime, this great UI theme for CM6.1 with the upcoming Android new version 2.3 designed by XDA member sonnysekhon is here. We can see a cool home screen with new elements on a green shade scenery. Latest version 1.1 includes a battery percentage MOD, which is very useful info at first hand. If you can´t wait more to have Gingerbread, this theme will make your Android device to have a taste of it.
We can find 3 more great themes Tangerine, Frost and Lucid, interesting options to try as well.
Originally posted by sonnysekhon
Added battery percentage MOD.
Here is a little taste of Gingerbread built from the SDK, now you can trick your friends .
I will remove it once the actual Gingerbread build hits, as this will be redundant.
EDIT: Changed statusbar icons to green.
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