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Tweaks/Mods for Windows Mobile Using ThrottleLauncher WP7 Theme
Heres another nice compilation of tweaks and mods for your Windows Mobile device presented by XDA member codeconqueror. This one is especially for the Windows Phone 7 theme with ThrottleLauncher by XDA member fireslave. The original thread indexes topics such as Basic project information, Mods / Tweaks, new / customized widgets, FAQ, and to do list. The developer may include more more widgets, tweaks, and other modifications for next update, so please refer to the To Do List to know what is coming next.
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Originally posted by codeconqueror
[THEME-MOD] [Feb 1, 2011] Tweaks/Mods for WindowsPhone7 V.2 Theme by Fireslave
These are tweaks, widgets, and enhancements that I have made or compiled for use with the Windows Phone 7 v.2 Theme for ThrottleLauncher by Fireslave.
You can check out the original theme and required files here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=859799
I have many more widgets, tweaks, and other modifications planned out and I will update this thread as I have time to work on them (see post 5 for the current To Do list).
I would love getting some feedback on these changes and suggestions for further improvements I could make or new widgets that I could add so let me know if you’ve got an idea for something that would improve this great theme.
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