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VGA-WVGA Beta Added GTX for SPB MS 3.5.3
GTX based ROMs have gained a lot of popularity amongst Windows Mobile XDA users. For those fans of white GTX based ROMs, XDA member doc3000 just added support for VGA and WVGA resolutions on SPB MS 3.5.3.
The update fixes some bugs reported by users in weather tab. This theme is working only in WWE ROMs and should be installed on device´s memory.
Originally posted by doc3000
Thanks to Kamil, [ElCondor] and all GTX Team for idea and grafics.
Thanks to Vostradamus for his widgets used in my theme
Thanks to naong for his MobileSense Theme which formed the basis of my theme
Thanks to all whose graphics I used in my theme: Lycox, dena994, DarkNinja, younxta.
Theme in the development process. I will make changes to my theme until until it becomes perfect. all bugs will eventually be corrected. I plan to add many more widgets.
Please post information about theme bugs with the screenshots. they will be corrected.
06.06.10 – QVGA weather fix – fixes bugs with display of pages of weather. copy to the replacement file from the archive weather QVGA.zip qa_layouts.dat to shell folder .
04.06.10 V.1.1 – QVGA FIX
- INSTALL IT TO DEVICE MEMORY
– install on a clean Shell
– “problems are all related to a non ENGLISH rom version.
Just duplicate the SPB Mobile shell folder under the Localized program files folder to a “Program Files” folder on the root of device.
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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