I'll start.. Obviously.
Nothing too out of the ordinary, working on a notification bar mod.
That's pretty cool looking. Rooted?
Phone is rooted but everything can be done without root other than the change in font.
My lockscreen with WidgetLocker:
Beautiful Widgets 1x1
Some digital clock I found on a message board
Homescreen: Launcher Pro, Beautiful Widgets Smaller Home
Right 1: Switchpro, Batterylife, Audiomanager
Right 3: Jorte widgets
Left 1: News Genie Widget, Scoremobile Widget
Left 2: Beautiful Widgets 4x1, More Icons Widget
Left 3: Games using Folder Organizer
It is rooted, but the only part you would need root for is for the notification bar. (using ninjamorph)
Weather is beautiful widgets
Clock is simiclock
Calendar is purecalendar
Can you provide a link how to change the notification bar?
I like mine nice and simple
Love the calendar/weather widget...what is it?
Here you go: How To NinjaMorph - xda-developers
Obviously use at your own risk
Here's mine. Added simi clock (thanks pman219); a few transparent Power Control plus widgets, Beautiful Weather and Launcher Pro.
Nothin fancy here just launcher pro and fancy widget. If my icons look a bit smaller than usual, its because I installed LCD Density changer and set it to 130 instead of the default 160.
Wow - beautiful screen...but battery at 60% before 10AM....? I hope you didn't start the day at 100%.
What a pita
My Droid Pro:
Now that I understand how to play with the framework, I really never stop messing with this damn thing.
Okay, I give... I'm a total Android newb, how in the heck are you guys coming up with these sick screen shots?
I had a MyTouch4G for about five minutes before realizing that T-Mobile wasn't going to cut it for me. Plus I'm a Blackberry guy and despite my best efforts could not embrace typing on a virtual keyboard. So I switched over to Verizon and the Droid Pro. Verizon has already proven itself, but I'm having only luke warm feelings about the handset itself. I'm not a big fan of the Moto overlay compared to the HTC Sense for one thing. So help me out here folks, I am totally jealous of these screen shots.
I had NO idea you could change your screen so much. HOW?? I am also new to Android. Coming from BB. So this is high tech for me : )
I'm still in the process of rescaling the icons from my Droid X, where I had a nearly identical setup. You'll notice that the vertical icons and the cubed icons still need to be adjusted slightly, but I'm almost finished.
This is my home screen, which is screen 4:
Here are my three screens to the right of the home screen in order. Screen 7 is compose of various frequently used widgets and utilities that I haven't taken the time to customize like the rest of the screens. That's next on the list after getting the vertical and cubed icons sized correctly.
The three screens to the left are frequently used contacts. The first screenshot is of screen 1, which is the furthest away from the home screen, with the third screenshot being directly to the left of my home screen. I covered the faces to protect the innocent...except for Samuel L.
And finally, my lock screen:
i really like you lock screen how did you do that
Looks like he's using Widgetlocker, worth every penny and the dev is very responsive.
Yep, it's WidgetLocker. Definitely worth every penny. I can only fit two sliders plus the clock after the latest update, but the improvements to the overall app are fantastic.
Here is my lock screen:
i'm able to change battery incons with ninjamorph... but what about the clock color?? thank you!
Here's my desktop screen, and my home screen. Use Widget Locker with no slider, so a clean look. Unlocks with back key.
My home screen has everything I use ona daily basis. Use Touchdown for work email and calendar. Gmail for personal email.
And I love seeing the sunrise/sunset app on my home page.
Next up are some new icons.
So many great posts, I love seeing everyone's creativity!
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