orb3000 · Feb 28, 2011 at 06:00 pm

Windows Phone 7 Lockscreen Wallpaper Repository

What about a place where you can share and get some great images to change the lock screen wallpaper on your new shinny Windows 7 device? XDA member Scrtcwlvl presents this repository thread to fill this purpose. This thread is presented as a specialized place to get this kind of images -wallpapers-.
As always, the the success of the idea is up to all members to keep it alive and growing, so please step in and share your opinions or work.

Originally posted by Scrtcwlvl
Windows Phone 7 Lockscreen Wallpaper Repository [Template/New]

We all know Windows Phone 7 doesn’t have custom wallpapers for the homescreen, however it does have custom wallpaper for the lockscreen.
The lock screen of course displays metro stylized textual information.
This information has a nasty tendency to move around based on how much information it needs to display. However, if you have a scheduled event always on your calendar with a locational field filled – this information rarely if ever moves beyond these defined limits. As such, we can stylize wallpapers around this information.
[Provided you always have something scheduled between now and the next 48 hours]

So here I am looking to be a Wallpaper repository, but then also a collection of lockscreen wallpaper based off the data template.

Continue to the repository thread.


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