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WP7 Theme for WAD2 Updated
With the imminent upcoming WP7, many new themes are up. XDA member pecco presents this complete theme for your Windows Mobile device on its v6 beta update.
Specially made for WQVGA resolutions and using WAD2, this theme will let you have a real feel of WP7 in most of its UI tabs.
Be sure to read and understand all installation instructions to avoid unwanted results, and please leave feedback to the developer, so perhaps we can convince him to add multi resolution support.
Originally posted by pecco
Windows Phone 7 (WQVGA)
Portrait theme for WAD2 in style Windows Phone 7
1. Basic screens.
Two basic screens with icons (cubes), for access to the basic functions.
Cube Phone – displays quantity of the passed calls. If there are passed calls ontap on this cube translates on the screen of the passed calls. If is not present passed тап translates to the usual telephone keyboard.
Cubes Text and Outlook – can be adjusted most. It is necessary to come into options of start of this cube and to register in a line of start “\Windows\tmail.exe”-service “mail name”. Where mail name is a name of your accounting record, her name to enter match case. If to put SMS will come in SMS.
I here have thought and have decided to alter a theme, it seems to me a bit slow. While has made a beta the version, your council that else it is possible to add is necessary.
You can find more information in the theme thread.
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