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Want to Learn How to Customize Your MyTouch 4G? Here’s How…
Congrats on getting a MyTouch 4G. You probably rooted the device the minute you got it (or the minute root became available). Now, you are left with a very fast device but would like to make it better, load cool stuff, and make it look as coolas it was probably intended. The only issue you come across is the overwhelming amount of material available on xda. Guides, instructions, several videos, etc. Tons of material available, but just scattered all over the place. Worry no more because XDA member rjhay22 has taken the time to put together an amazing guide, which contains instruction sets, links to themes, apps, and much more. On top of that, the dev provided his “personal picks” as well for theming.
As the instructions are rather generic, most of this guide can likely be applied to other Android devices as well. What are you waiting for? Head over to the guide and start customizing your device now. If you have any suggestions, they are more than welcome.
I thought I’d make a list of the threads and the apps commonly used for Customizations and MY FAVORITES for future reference and hope it’ll also help some of you guys who are just starting out I will be updating the thread as much as I can, and will be highlighting the new additions in GREEN
You can find more information in the collection thread.
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