Windows Phone 7 skin for Spb Windows Mobile
If you still use Windows Mobile on your device and have it toghether with Spb Mobile Shell v3.5.x and up, this Windows Phone 7 theme may be of your liking. XDA member iseewon presents this complete full theme that supports some widgets as well. Currently working on WVGA and VGA resolution devices, but the developer is working to include QVGA and WQVGA support in future versions. You can find a WP7 Keyboard skin and some new Opera welcome screens as well.
If you like it, please leave feedback.
Originally posted by iseewon
It’s best. Thanks for users.
* P.S. It has bug…to Holiday. if you want blue widghet, remove it. Add new widget..
-=-=-=-=-=- History log… -=-=-=-=-=-
[01/09/2011] – This version support For HTC HD2, OMNIA2, Xperia X1 or 480×800 WVGA Res.
[01/10/2011]- starting working for other res. : QVGA,WQVGA,VGA…- For HD2 WP7 Patch update
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