Twitter Styled Animated Bootscreen
We all love to tweak our devices beyond recognition. All aspects of our phones can be modded, from wallpapers and icons, to apps, and even performance. This time, XDA member mohammed fayed made a nice set of boot images and animation for the HD2. This is not the first set of its kind, but this one will certainly give you something to “Tweet” about. The set is actually Tweeter-themed (both bootsplash and animation), and it uses a set of colors and pictures, which although representative of Tweeter, they are not often seen in our devices.
My First contribution on this beloved Forum….
A Twitter style animated splash screen & welcomehead…
i’m creating a theme in a twitter style…but it will take alot of time and i’m right now in the middle of my final exam in my final year at the faculty of Dentistry..
[wish me luck…..]
but i couldn’t help my self to create these pics & share them with you guys….
i also created an animated wallpaper…but i will upload it tomorrow because it needs a little mod…
You can follow the mod in the application thread.
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