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Themes for Droid

Discussion in 'Android Themes' started by hardcoresteve, Nov 8, 2009.

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    can i get a new theme for the droid. most of them say ahome of panda...what is that? is everything in the market compatible with the droid? and why do some apps want contact info, read contacts, sent contacts? should i stay away from those apps? sorry guys but im a newb when it comes to the techy stuff.
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    Installation of a Theme

    How exactly do you install a theme? I found the HTC theme in the android market. I proceeded to install it. After that, nothing. What is the proper way of installing a theme?
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    You should probably first download a theme manager, such as "Open Home." Then from within the settings you can select different themes that you download. Open Home has a free version which allows you to apply the themes but limits some features such as using standard widgets. It's nice but I bought the $4 standard version and think it's well worth it. Many more options and all the widgets I want.
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    Thanks. I found the paid version in the droid Market but Im gunning for a free Theme manager until I get the hang of it.

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    Where is Open Home in the market?
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    Go to all applications then go to top paid.

    It's called Open Home - Full.
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    You answered my question because I was curious if the full version had all the widgets that the lite version did not.
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    Glad I could help. I was curious too. But then I remembered that if you don't like an app you pay for you can return it. (Did that once already) :icon_ banana:
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