ElCondor · Feb 23, 2010 at 04:43 pm

WinDroid Project: Android Theme For Windows Mobile 6.5.X

There have been several Android taskbars floating around for Windows Mobile, but they never looked exactly like the taskbars found on Android devices.
Myslee_ovi however has made a full Windows Mobile theme that replaces the taskbar and also skins the whole Windows Mobile interface.

Originally posted by myslee_ovi

I have made a new theme and a new taskbar for Windows Mobile 6.5.x. At the moment there are 2 color models and 2 softbutton-styles.
More styles and improvements are currently in developement…
There are some bugs in the black theme which I must still fix it before i make the first release.
The first release follows during the next days in this thread!

For more information continue on to the application thread.


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