orb3000 · Aug 14, 2010 at 12:00 am

WP7 UI for WM6.5 Updated

XDA member ashiqiqbal present this stand alone application cab for Windows Mobile devices with the upcoming theme of Windows Phone 7.
The developer has tested this on QVGA resolutions, but should work on other resolutions as well.
New version V2.0 fixes some issues such as non-English rom issue and faster animations for WVGA/VGA.
Application will utilize 1 MB when in use.
If you use it, please leave some feedback for the developer so he can improve future versions.

Originally posted by ashiqiqbal
[CAB] WP7UI V2.0, Standalone for WM6.5 [QVGA/WQVGA/VGA/WVGA]

V2.0

like i said before, i’m only learning wm programming.. so nothing big..

this is a standalone app, givin u some sort of WP7 look and feel.

Should work on all screen types. But tested only on QVGA. Had to rely on emulators for others. Pls let me know whether it worked for other screen types. Should work.

still beta…i’ll assume no responsibilities…

things to do..
just install the cab (on device) and run from the start menu.

i’d recommend u to disable all today items first (not needed but saves battery and memory)

You can find more information in the application thread.


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