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Imagine having Windows Seven on your mobile, the same way you access to menus, play music, etc. XDA member rajivshahi has updated this great WAD 2 theme to get W7 look on your Windows Mobile device. Updated version works on portrait and landscape and it has added more resolutions: VGA, WVGA and QVGA.
The developer included a short video on how to install, just be sure to choose the right resolution and follow instructions.
Originally posted by rajivshahi
Windows 7 theme ( wad 2) Portrait and Landscape 50000+ Download.
Hi finally complete windows 7 theme for vga screen device….both portrait and landscape version..here are some screen shots of the real theme….
Big Thanx to my freind Brunoiso10 for his help for landscape version and QVGA….
Please follow the instruction file to install and enjoy!!!
VGA VERSION BOTH PORTRAIT & LANDSCAPE
Having trouble while uploading new files to XDA.. So download VGA landscape version and new portrait version (Win Se7en) from Mediafire link HERE
And 4shared mirror ( thanx to stylez) HERE
Please download the WVGA version from here
and mirror from here
QVGA VERSION PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE
You need ALL THREE files to completely install this theme…
QVGA Portrait version Released ( BIG THANKS TO BRUNO FOR QVGA) link here
QVGA Landscape version Released (BIG THANX TO BRUNO) LINK HERE
Download the installation guide and other required cab for QVGA version from
Please leave feedback and comments….
If any thing is not working please let me know so i can correct it
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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