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[qHD skin for iGO] 960x540 skin for Motorola Atrix / HTC Sensation (Updated Dec. 8)

3rd April 2012, 05:13 PM |#451  
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Originally Posted by purbukpbho

Could you please explain how to download the files? thank you so much in advance!

The link is in post #1

The first link I clicked still works (Rapidshare), so you should be able to download it without problems.
10th April 2012, 10:44 AM |#452  
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works great! thanks...
18th April 2012, 09:26 PM |#453  
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Is there Stock iGO skin for this resolution or even Tiger skin because it was nice and I have stock and Tiger skins for any other resolution so if anyone need's it i can upload it send it to you via PM...
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20th April 2012, 06:33 AM |#454  
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Thank you for your sharing!
23rd April 2012, 03:58 PM |#455  
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Hi sodycc!

I'm using your skin since December and I like the minimalist style very.
I attached here a screenshot of my route.
As you see it isn't enough space for the description of my approx. place. (On the picture I mean "Névtelen út, Mezőkövesd kö...") Can I disable the actual speed somehow? Honestly I don't understand why we need to see the act.speed in a car.
If the speed wouldn't be there than it can be more space for the

My second remark - and it is valid for all android igo skin - that the arrow by this navigation view is placed too bottom of the screen. So I cannot exactly see, where I must to turn after the next curve. I think if the arrow would be in the center of the screen - as it was by the winmo versions -, than it would be much informative and aesthetic.

Thx for your work!

B. aus Ungarn ;)
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25th April 2012, 10:15 AM |#456  
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Originally Posted by hpacura

Thanks for the link. I unpacked and put the whole "ui_android" folder in iGO/ and I didn't see the color showing on the compass, I think I didn't do it right. Will you please tell me where exactly the file should be saved in the iGO. Thanks.

EDIT: It's working NOW

how can i see the compass on navigation screen? file is in ui_android/common. see only in overview screen.


26th April 2012, 10:51 PM |#457  
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Great. Thank you for your hard working.
27th April 2012, 02:15 AM |#458  
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Originally Posted by joyo22

I was definitely waiting for this skin to be released. It works perfectly!!! Thanks a lot

Hello, please tell me (it is really pain in the a.. to search all these posts) how did you managed it to work on Samsung Galaxy Note (if you did)? What ever I do I can't make it larger than 1/3 of a screen...
2nd May 2012, 07:01 PM |#459  
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Originally Posted by spyder-corrado

Link is ok HERE

LATEST VERSION 179971 thin 1.7 for Atrix!!

SODYCC iGO8 Android Skin qHD FINAL

I tried downloading the SODYCC skin from turbobit, not available in the USA. I tried with a european proxy server, it loads the page, wait 60 seconds for link, then it says "Error:15392"

Any ideas? Different link perhaps?
3rd May 2012, 08:55 PM |#460  
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Great skin, i've using it for a while now without problems!

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