orb3000 · Nov 16, 2010 at 06:00 am

Windows Phone 7 Theme For WAD2 updated

For those using WAD2, XDA member khrisstyan presents the WP7 theme for your Windows Mobile device on updated version 2.0. Features like landscape mode, new page in music+video hub, office hub redesigned, some icons changed and weather page redesigned are included. You must have MortScript installed and files must be installed on main memory as well, a soft reset must be performed too.

Originally posted by khrisstyan
FIRST:
-Copy the “Utility” folder and the “Message2Reg” folder in My Device/Programs Files/
-Copy the “Messages” folder in My Device/Windows/Start Menu/Programs/ (do this if you want the messages page to work,if you
don’t want to use messages page just link the messages icon to your wished messages program/application,you can ignore Message2Reg folder to)
-Copy “Weather Icons” folder where you want
-Copy all the fonts from “Segeo WP fonts” folder in My Device/Windows/Fonts
-Soft reset

INSTALLTION:
1. Install WAD2
2. Install MortScript.
3. Copy folder “WP7_pecco” and the folder “WP7_pecco2″ in My Device\Program Files\Lakeridge\WisBar Advance Desktop\Themes
4. Open WAD2 and select “WP7_pecco” as portrait theme and “WP7_pecco2″ as landscape theme
5. Link the weather icons (Large,Medium,Small)
6. Soft reset
7. Enjoy

WARNING:IF YOU TRY TO INSTALL THE THEME IN MY STORAGE OR STORAGE CARD THE ANIMATIONS WILL NOT WORK (IF YOU WANT THEM) AND YOU WILL GET MORTSCRIPT ERRORS

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