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Discussion in 'Android Themes' started by Jokool_7777, Nov 10, 2009.
How do we change themes? [/noob]
I was thinking about buying open home for my droid but I was curious is it really worth it? It does have more screens but I downloaded the lite version and it didn't seem very crisp.........any input
I'm using Open Home Full and I like it. Read pretty bad reviews for the others. Tried Panda and it was terrible on the Droid...that might get fixed soon though.
Using Open Home Full now with the Droid theme because my Droid is new and I like the looks...I just wanted the screen to rotate when the keyboard was closed.
Sometimes the rotation gets stuck and I hit home or rotate the phone and it wakes up. Not sure if its as clear (resolution) as the stock home though.
Edit---Stopped using Open Home Full ...slows phone down too much and has low res graphics...the designer just told me the DROID is buggy and he doesn't seem to release updates ever.
I'd like to see a theme that does that as well. GDE does it, but that is currently too unstable and slow on the Droid.
I noticed the screen as a whole didn't look as crisp like the icons and the wallpaper and the apps bar thing
panda has BY FAR the best features.. the only 2 things it is missing is extra screens(which kind of aren't necessary with the 'hot tabs') and the wallpaper issue(which i assume is attributed to it not being 2.0 ready)
The customization of icons, text for programs, etc is awesome..
GDE is now updated for the Moto Droid 2.0. I have it and it is flawless. No lag. Crisp and clear. GDE is the wat to go.
I first went with OpenHome but it FC all the time... drove me crazy... So i switched to dxTop the other day... It worked fine for two days then earlier today my phone kept freezing... I checked and there was another update (they updated lastnight also)... I reinstalled after that update and has been flawless since... I might try openHome again after they fix it up a little cause i liked the selection a little more (both apps cost around $4)