egzthunder1 · Dec 21, 2010 at 03:00 pm

Windows Phone 7 Start Menu for WM 6.5.X

XDA member efsane has closed the gap between WP7 and WM6.5.x a bit further thanks to this little mod for WVGA devices using the older OS. The dev has cabbed a very nice mod to make the stock Start menu of 6.5.x look and feel like that of WP7. The mod seems relatively simple to apply as it is not really an app but rather a tweak in some of the cpr files present in Windows Mobile. Also, he has provided some extra instructions to tweak this a little bit further, like maybe even changing fonts, their size, color, etc.

If you like what you see in here, please leave some feedback for the dev.

Hi.

New WP7 Start Menu.Sample rom OMNIA II ROMNIA Series v6

add to StartMenu_GridScene_480x800.cpr <Text ID under

You can find more information in the mod thread.

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