Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by NSXLA, Jun 5, 2010.
i just flashed this as my splash screen. i took a cm wallpaper and added a few touches of my own.
**note: This method definately works on EVO 4G using launcher pro. Unsure about HTC sense but should work using it too.
1) turn on phone and go to screen where you want to place picture
2) click menu
3) click add
4) click widgets
5) scroll down to picture frame and click picture frame
6) click gallery
7) select the album the picture is in
8) select the picture
9) crop the picture by placing thumb and forefinger on opposite sides of highlighted border
and moving it in or out to size you want. (Place finger inside highlighted box and move if you want to select a different region of photo note****might not be able to get full picture
10 click save ***it will then appear on your homescreen.
hey dude how did you get that text count icon on your dock? pls help me dude
hahaha.. where'd you find that background?
You can do this with Folder Organizer Lite.
Set up a folder (or label) and on the blue drop down arrow, you can chagne the icon to 'Show items in icon'
There will be 9 little icons in the icon, instead of 4
coveroid in the market.
my new splash screen i created last night.
mmmmmmmm nipple!!!!!! <---im ready for it!
I think that's a finger.
It's a setting in LauncherPro: [Menu]-> [Preferences]-> [Dock Settings]-> "Dock Notifications". You can set it for missed calls, unread SMS, or unread Gmail. You just need to have the respective shortcut in the dock as well.
Hope this helps!
haha, could be! i can imagine though!!
this might be a stupid queation so sorry im a newb. How do you get that little bubble on top of you gmail icon?
Looks like one of many apps that do this.
The one shown looks like: Gmail Unread Count.
There's a better one, though: SMS Unread Count, which has three separate widgets for missed phone calls, unread SMS messages, and unread Gmail.
Hope this helps!
Well, that's just a really nice and clean layout you have there. I like those toggle widgets along the right hand side. I'm assuming that's Widgetsoid?
Everything just seems to have it's own place. Very nice.
That's actually a scrollable dock bar called Scrollcut. It can scroll vertically to show other apps and shortcuts. For some reason it wouldn't allow me to change the icon of some of shortcuts I made. I ended up changing the icon in Folder Organizer then making the shortcut to FO which worked.
Any chance you have a link/name for those dock icons?
awsome wallpaper where you get it from?
My latest using adw-ex weather widgets and circlebattery
wallpaper from zedge