Theme Android (Dell Streak5)

Theming Froyo Dialer



  • CHANGE android:background=”#ff313131″ like:
  • LinearLayout android:orientation=”vertical” android:id=”@id/top” android:background=”@drawable/custom_dialer_background” android:layout_width=”fill_parent” android:layout_height=”fill_parent”


  • android:background=”@drawable/custom_dialer_background


  • item quantity=”other”> %1$1$d contacts, %2$2$d with phones


  • <public type=”drawable” name=”voicedialer_pressed” id=”0x7f0200ce” />
  • <public type=”drawable” name=”custom_dialer_background” id=”0x7f0200cf” />


  • <style name=”DialtactsTheme” parent=”@android:style/Theme.Wallpaper”>
  • <item name=”android:windowBackground”>@drawable/custom_dialer_background</item>

Once I you get that to compile, follow: [GUIDE]How to Theme Stock Dialer

archive: FROYO framework-res notes…

HDPI 55×55: res/drawable-hdpi/ic_settings_*.png
(MDPI 48×48: res/drawable-mpdi/ic_settings_*.png
HDPI: 72×72: res/drawable-hdpi/ic_menu_*.png
MDPI: 48×48: res/drawable-mdpi/ic_menu_*.png

Using Your iPad as an Extended Monitor


Looking to use your iPad as a dual monitor / extended laptop screen? There are currently three apps that claim to do the following &  I put each through its paces and make a recommendation.

  • Use your iPad as a second monitor / dual display
  • Supports both landscape and portrait mode
  • Allows you to set your screen resolution
  • Works on either Macs or PCs

Each of these apps basically work in the same way. All three claim to extend your display when both your laptop and iPad are on the same WiFi network.  However, the difference between these apps becomes apparent  in execution.
Air Display vs iDisplay vs MaxiVista  using  Win7 64bit SP1 and first gen iPad w/ IOS 4.2.1
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