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Themes WinDroid V2 Autumn for WM Update
XDA member MrBeOTP2 presents this update of the Windroid series, now supporting Cookie Home Tab 2.0. This nicely combined WM/Android theme includes more than twenty renewed icons, task bar, wall papers, among other features.
The developer presents this themes for Windows Mobile devices with WVGA resolutions and should work on others as well.
Autumn theme is the latest, so you can use it for this season.
Originally posted by MrBeOTP2
Toggle switches & Notification icons CHT
First Post ON HD2 theme
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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