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  Reply # 434288 2-Feb-2011 14:33 Send private message

Here's mine:

Android screen

Nexus One running CyanogenMod 7 (Gingerbread), Zeam launcher, Starfield Live Wallpaper, Smooth Calendar Widget (events blacked out, not sure why I care really), App Manager folders, Tesla light/torch widget, PowerAmp music Widget, Doggcatcher podcast widget.




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  Reply # 434685 3-Feb-2011 10:17 Send private message

Here's the homescreen I'm currently using. It's fancy widgets for the clock, desktop visualizer for the shortcuts which either link directly to an app or they launch a folder from folder organizer. Using minimalistic icons for the dock, switch pro widget for the toggle buttons. 

 

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  Reply # 435904 6-Feb-2011 15:52 Send private message

Had my phone for 2 days this is all i have so far

>Launcher Pro ( market )
>Clockr ( market )
>Rare Black Wallpapers ( market )

And ShootMe to take the picture




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  Reply # 439088 14-Feb-2011 08:52 Send private message

Love changing my homescreen. Have now gone with a panel style look...

 

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  Reply # 439854 15-Feb-2011 15:28 Send private message

New minilmist look, inspired by a few people in this thread. My first proper customisation using Launcher Pro and custom icons and all. I like it :)

 




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  Reply # 439864 15-Feb-2011 15:44 Send private message



New Home screen , still dont know what to put on my others

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  Reply # 440234 16-Feb-2011 13:12 Send private message

I notice quite a few of you have the 'green droid with blue cross' widget/app. What is this?

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  Reply # 440246 16-Feb-2011 13:40 Send private message

dafman: I notice quite a few of you have the 'green droid with blue cross' widget/app. What is this?


It's Advanced Task Killer.  Here's the link from AppBrain.  If you're running Froyo you might determine Advanced Task Killer is no longer necessary.




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  Reply # 440259 16-Feb-2011 14:03 Send private message

Neets:
dafman: I notice quite a few of you have the 'green droid with blue cross' widget/app. What is this?


It's Advanced Task Killer.  Here's the link from AppBrain.  If you're running Froyo you might determine Advanced Task Killer is no longer necessary.


Rule of thumb: Never run Task Killers on Android 2.1+ - This will reduce your battery life something massive + not actually do anything useful.
Instead, Install Watchdog - This wee app alerts you when a app is using more CPU than needed over a period of time, and then let's you kill it.

I also go with a simple approach with my homescreen, less clutter.

 

Using the Solar Winds live wallpaper (which is actually a screensaver from Linux) + Beautiful Widgets with it's background hidden. Simple. 




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  Reply # 440298 16-Feb-2011 15:25 Send private message

Heres my Nexus One running CM7 build #44 .

  


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  Reply # 440807 17-Feb-2011 17:16 Send private message

androidmnz: Here's the homescreen I'm currently using. It's fancy widgets for the clock, desktop visualizer for the shortcuts which either link directly to an app or they launch a folder from folder organizer. Using minimalistic icons for the dock, switch pro widget for the toggle buttons. 

 


How did you get the dock to look like that? 

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  Reply # 440820 17-Feb-2011 17:57 Send private message

androidmnz: Love changing my homescreen. Have now gone with a panel style look...

 


Love this look - how did you get it?

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  Reply # 440824 17-Feb-2011 18:02 Send private message

red_xsi:
androidmnz: Here's the homescreen I'm currently using. It's fancy widgets for the clock, desktop visualizer for the shortcuts which either link directly to an app or they launch a folder from folder organizer. Using minimalistic icons for the dock, switch pro widget for the toggle buttons. 

 


How did you get the dock to look like that? 
You need ADW or Launcher pro etc to be able to change the default icons of apps and then use an icon pack like these and away you go.

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  Reply # 441224 18-Feb-2011 15:01 Send private message

How do you get Launcherpro to see the new Icons?
I have Launcherpro and minimilsit icons but when I try and change the dock icons there's no option to use minimilist

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  Reply # 441234 18-Feb-2011 15:11 Send private message

They're just a bunch of pngs - unzip and stick somewhere on your SD card. You can then choose 'Custom Icon' through Launcher Pro

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