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I thought it would be neat to have a screenshot thread like the one in BATL showing screenshots and what device/OS you are running. Here is my device and screenshots:

 

Device: Inspire 4G (Att) Rooted and Overclocked to 1.9Ghz

Rom: Cyanogenmod 7 Nightly Build

Kernel: 2.6.35.14-LorDModUE-6.8-BFS-WCR

OS: Android 2.3.5

 

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BTW You can just click previous on the imagebam page to see all of the images in the gallery.

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Thanks :)

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My new theme:

 

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HP Touchpad 32gb

 

Android:

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WebOS:

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Showing off my new Cyanogenmod wallpaper on the Touchpad:

 

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Here is my latest screenshot after installing Cyanogenmod 9 (Android 4.0/Ice Cream Sandwich) on my HP Touchpad:

 

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Now I have WebOS 3.0.5, Android 4.0.3 ICS(CM9), and Archlinux|ARM installed on my Touchpad. I still have 16gb free out of 32gb, not too bad. Here is my bootloader:

 

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I know, I know my screen was dirty at the time. I do not have a single mark on the device so what you see is just dust (darn flash) B)

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Neil P

My iPhone 4, iOS 5.0.1, jailbroken

 

Theme: Boxii (with the Frostii additional theme)

 

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The lock screen dynamically updates. The second/third/fourth pictures show how FolderEnhancer lets me put folders inside folders.

 

The relevant packages I installed from Cydia (not all free)

20 Second Lockscreen - 1.1-35
Activator - 1.6.1
Airplane SBSettings Toggle - 2.1
biteSMS - 6.1
Boxii - 1.6
Boxii Font - 1.0
Boxii Winter - 1.1
BytaFont - 1.3.4
Color Keyboard - 1.1.9
CyDelete - 2.0.5-1
Default HD SBSettings - 1.2
f.lux - 0.96
FolderEnhancer - 1.5.6-1
Lockscreen Clock Hide - 2.0.0.1
MultiIconMover - 1:1.0.5-1
MyFile - 1.6-3
SBSettings - 5.2.2
sbsettingstoggles - 5.2.2
Serious SBSettings HD - 1.4-1
WinterBoard - 0.9.3903

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Looks great Neil :thumbup:

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CM9 ICS Alpha 1 on my HP Touchpad 32gb:

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Android ICS 4.0.3 AospX AR15(Android Source) on my Inspire 4g:

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V.T. Eric Layton

You mean like the dashboard in my ol' Chevy truck? That's about the only mobile desktop I have. :(

 

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Well you do have mobile desktop (your laptop) but I do know what you mean.

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V.T. Eric Layton

Umm... yeah. The lappy is definitely more mobile than the main or shop systems. ;)

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Hp Touchpad with Official CM9 Nightly running Android 4.0.4:

 

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My new Motorola Atrix running CM9 (Android 4.0/ICS)

 

DualCore 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 Processor (OCd with governor @ 1.9ghz high/800mhz low)

Kernel: 2.6.32.59-MB860-CM9-gf77ecf8

1024MB ram

16gb onboard storage

32gb MicroSDHC (48gb total)

4.0 inch TFT capacitive Touch Screen w/ 960x540 resolution

 

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Guest LilBambi

Very nice indeed!! :thumbup:

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Thanks a lot!! B)

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Nexus 7 -- 8gb / Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean)

 

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Guest LilBambi

Beautiful! :thumbsup:

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Thanks Fran!

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Latest Nexus 7 screenshot:

 

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Nexus 7 / CM 10 Nightlies

 

Conky+

Weather Eye (the sun)

Power Toggles

Trinity Kernel

 

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My latest screenshot of my Nexus 7:

 

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BTW each of the text icons are folders with multiple apps in each and the Home icon is my app menu.

 

 

CM10 Nightly Rom: http://get.cm/?devic...er&type=nightly

Faux 123 Kernel (1.7ghz max and 100mhz min): http://forum.xda-dev...ghlight=faux123

Apex Pro Launcher/ Beta version: https://play.google....her.pro

Conky? Widget: https://play.google....id=jp.masaki.TW

PowerToggles: https://play.google....com.painless.pc

SimpleText (text folder icons): https://play.google....dphx.simpletext

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Guest LilBambi

Very cool stuff! :thumbsup:

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Very cool stuff! :thumbsup:

 

Thanks a lot! B)

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Showing off one the folders:

 

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Guest LilBambi

Cool! What's that Aldiko app? Looks like a book app. You know me and books LOL! Is that a Calibre like app for Android?

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