Transparent Simple Icons Updated
We have a slew of options available to personalize our Windows Mobile devices. In an effort to add more tools to customize our devices, XDA member drew2000 updated his great icon collection thread with more than 250 icons to choose from. This time, he has included transparent icons with resolution of 128×118, which is meant to give the device a more simplistic look without any high-end graphics.
You can also find GTX Style, iReflect Cubed, and TouchPal Keyboard Skins as part of this huge collection.
This icon set has been reported to be working in Windows Mobile 6.5 and above.
Originally posted by drew2000
Transparent Simple Icons
There are 270 to start off with, the light background is to show what they look like for those who like the GTX theme.
IF YOU WANT MORE ICONS REQUEST THEM IN THE THREAD AND I WILL GET TO THEM AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
Donations are not necessary, I will add a donation button sometime in the future but as for now I am just trying to learn. I will have the new icons done tomorrow but if you need more than your request just add it to the list and I will get them done as soon as possible. They do not seem to be catching on but hey I like them and you like them so at least they are getting used! LOL………..Everyone has their own flavor and I guess it is hit and miss.
You can find more information in the icons thread.
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