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Windows Media Player Skins
What about some new skins for your Windows Mobile device?; XDA member GoodMonk presents two nice skins for Windows Media Player: Insomnia (GTX styled) and Windows Phone 7 skins are now available for WVGA resolution devices, supporting both portrait and landscape.
Simply download the cab, place it on your device and install.
Originally posted by GoodMonk
RADD’z Windows Media Skins WVGA
htc insomnia wmplayer skin
htc windows phone 7 wmplayer skin
HTC WINDOWS PHONE 7 WMPLAYER 08.08.2010
HTC INSOMNIA WMPLAYER 03.08.2010
My second Windows Media Skin I made for my HTC HD2 as u know the Resolution is WVGA.
I won’t make any other Resolution so feel FREE for porting to VGA/QVGA/WQVGA.
I will add it in first post. All Skins supports Portrait & Landscape.
GoodMonk aka RADD
You can find more information in the skins thread.
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