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WP7 Style Theme Suite
VGA devices can now have a Windows Phone 7 look with this theme created by XDA member chriscsh. The combination of Thumbcal, TCPMP, Resco explorer, and S2P applications with this theme will give the users a WP7 look and feel. Boot screens have been revamped for Windows Mobile devices with VGA and WVGA resolution.
The developer presents this full suite as the initial release, so expect news and updates soon.
Originally posted by chriscsh
[1st Release] **WP7 style Theme Suite for VGA** [wip] 5 July – add new bootscreen
i create a new project wp7 style Theme
all mainly for VGA screen,
and all are theme only, you need install the original softwore first!
(but some of that will work on other screen size)
PLEASE BACKUP YOUR DEVICE BEFORE INSTALL THE CABS
If you want to edit my files, pls tell me before you do that!!
You can find more information in the themes thread.
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