Windows Mobile Animated Boot Screens: ILoveWindowsPhone
Are you using a Windows Mobile device but wanna have a bit of Windows Phone 7 on your splash screen? XDA member GLa’DOS presents this animated designs emulating the new operating system, Dark, Light and Metal are the three options available on the original thread. All graphics are multi-resolution and performance of animations will depend on the power of your device.
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Originally posted by GLa’DOS
[Bootanimation] ILoveWindowsPhone [All Res]
Here is my new Boot Animation!
I Love Windows Phone
You can choose between 3 Versions
-Download the animation you like with the correct screen resolution.
-Extract the gif file inside and rename it to animated.gif
(Its possible that it doesn’t work for your because of your Rom. Please ask your
chef for the correct filename!)
Continue to the boot screens thread.
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