orb3000 · Jan 24, 2011 at 03:00 am

Windows Phone 7 Swype Skins for Windows Mobile

XDA member lnando84 presents these new skins for your device based on Windows Phone 7 style using Swipe. Skins come in two color backgrounds: Black and White, and both are nicely designed to perfectly fit your Windows Mobile device in portrait and landscape. To make them work, you need to have Swipe installed (of course) and after installation, perform a soft reset for changes to apply.
The developer has tested them on an HTC Rhodium but should work on other WVGA devices as well.
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Originally posted by lnando84
Here are my wp7 skins for swype keyboard I’d like to share with everyone. I’ve never made a skin for swype and you can see how many different things I’ve skined. With all the new wp7 phones coming out, I thought a wp7 themed keyboard skin would be a great starting place. I posted a few preview shots a few days ago and just finished them yesterday. I played with them all day and have found no problems(tp2). Please post if you have any problems! Let me know what you think of them. Enjoy..

They work in both portrait and landscape and are available with either a white or black background.

Instructions..
-Make sure you have swype previously installed.
-Install cab to the same directory you installed swype. example if swype is installed to storage card, install the skin to storage card.
-or copy contents of zip to swype directory (program files/swype)
-Soft-reset and your done

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