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Red and Black Glossy Icons!!!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Asterdroid, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. Asterdroid

    Asterdroid Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    After a couple weeks of searching, I have finally discovered some black/red icon packs. Don't know why I didn't search Deviant Art earlier. I had been digging through every free icon site out there, with no luck.

    Anyway, I know there were a bunch of people here looking for something like these, so here you go. They aren't cell phone specific, so some of the icons aren't appropriate, and you won't be able to find icons for everything, but they still look great.

    Download links are on the right. These are all free.

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    Browsing deviantART

    GrandMasterB, kevinbakon, nkk and 3 others like this.
  2. Asuryan9

    Asuryan9 Newbie

    How do I get these onto my phone and change the icons for stuff on my phone to these?

    Thanks man
  3. Terabethia

    Terabethia Android Expert

    There are several ways but here's how I do it (which I have found to be the easiest):

    Download the file to your computer. Depending on the icons, it will either be a .rar or a .zip file. For .rar you need to use an unzipping program (7-Zip is free or you can use WinZip if you have it). Window's has built in software for .zip files.

    Once they are extracted, transfer them to your SD Card. I just do this with the USB Cable.

    From there they will show up in your picture files on the phone. Then you use programs like Better Cut or Any Cut to change the icons.

    Launcher Pro also has the ability to change dock icons built into it, and I believe ADW does too.

    Folder Organizer and App Organizer will also change icons.
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  4. Asterdroid

    Asterdroid Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Exactly. I personally use a combination of launcherpro and folderorganizer.
  5. Terabethia

    Terabethia Android Expert

    That's what I use.

    I do have BetterCut because it's "easier" to change homescreen icons. And by "easier" I simply mean a few less clicks and about 3 less seconds. I'm super lazy! :D
  6. nkk

    nkk Android Expert

    Thanks. Just what I needed.


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