mic_888 · Mar 13, 2011 at 06:00 am

Xperia Arc Launcher Modified For Fascinate

If you’ve been lusting over the Sony Xperia Arc Launcher, you can stop now. XDA forum member Syn Ack has found a version of the Launcher that works on all Galaxy S models.

The XDA member has tweaked the file to remove some ‘unimportant’ items and made the launcher transparent. In short the Launcher is lightweight and simple with a minimal theme.

Additionally in comparison to other stock launchers, the modded Xperia Arc Launcher has an option to use ‘folders’ and does not experience lag.

The original modification on the Launcher was done by XDA member backhead92, and the original extract from the Sony Arc was posted by XDA member phoezies.

For more information and to download the tweaked Launcher, head on over to the modification thread.


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