Windows Phone 7 Style Boot Animation
The excitement (amid other emotions) about the imminent release of Windows Phone 7 has inspired a vast range of themes and skins, which give your device the look and feel of the new operating system. As the developer’s first contribution to the site, XDA member Nevralgeek has created both a static splash screen and boot animation in the style of Windows Phone 7, which will either help you to theme more of your phone’s software in this style or to complete the illusion of having a Windows Phone 7 device when showing it off to friends.
To enable the modification, users need only download the attached .zip, which contains both the .png and the .gif. Using a program such as Advanced Config, you can then proceed to replace the animation and/or the splash screen accordingly.
The files are available in the original thread.
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