Something funny happened to me a few days ago. I switched the theme on my computer and suddenly the theme on my phone looked just like the theme on my PC.
I do not know why this happened, but I think this could be useful for other people.
For example, if you want your iPhone look like the theme on your PC, you can do that easily.
So, I’ve prepared a tutorial with screenshots of how I’ve done it.
Tutorial how to change iPhone theme from PC desktop theme.
I will show you all the steps.
Have you noticed that some mobile apps look different on PC than on a mobile device?
There are apps that look really strange on mobile devices. They are looking OK on the PC though.
One of these apps is the small birds theme.
The small birds theme looks really good on your PC, but it looks terrible on your mobile device. The poor quality of the picture is not good for your mobile device.
How to change iPhone theme from PC desktop theme.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to change iPhone theme from PC desktop theme.
You will be able to change the theme of your mobile phone to your PC desktop theme.
This way you will have a good-looking theme on both your PC and your mobile phone.
The free way to change mobile theme from PC desktop theme.
You can change your iPhone theme from your PC desktop.
It’s really easy and the free way to do it.
1. Install a PC theme manager on your PC
First thing first.
Before you start changing iPhone theme from PC desktop theme, you need to install a PC theme manager.
There are many PC theme managers out there.
You need to download one of them.
In my case, I’ve used Clean and Simple for PC Theme Manager.
To download it, go to this website and download the program.
After installation, open the program and launch it.
You will see the following interface.
2. Install a theme on your phone
2.1. Download a theme from the theme manager
In this tutorial, I will use the desktop theme “Themes” as the theme.
To download it, go to this link.
Download the theme
This theme is similar to Jmacro, with the difference that the background slides are smaller, so you can see the shot better.
Also, the images are higher resolution, and the shots are arranged in a circular fashion.
- The entire background is replaced with a big image, so you can see more of the shot.
- Smaller circles are placed around the picture, and you can choose which slices you want to see.
- You can choose a text or image caption for each circle.
- You can display the desktop mode, icon mode or slider mode (the slider is on the top left corner).
- It is possible to use a different wallpaper for each of the four parts (in the desktop mode and in the icon mode).
- You can choose the animation speed, and the thumbnails are selected by a twist effect.
1. Extract the contents of the archive.
2. Go to the folder with the extracted contents, and extract the Jmacro.desktop and Jmacro_Theme.tar.gz.
3. Go to the folder where you extracted the contents and copy Jmacro_Theme.tar.gz to that folder.
4. Now go to the folder where you installed the theme, and right-click Jmacro.desktop and select Move to Desktop, then right-click the Jmacro_Theme.tar.gz and select Extract Here.
5. Click the Jmacro.desktop, then click Change to Open With, and select Archive Manager, then click OK.
6. Right-click the new archive file and select Extract Here.
7. Go to the folder where you installed the theme and rename it as you wish.
8. Now go to Appearances → Desktop → Wallpapers. Click the picture in the lower left, then click Change Desktop Background.
9. Click the new theme you just installed, and you're done.
Here is a theme that I created. It is for the new Mac OS X Mountain Lion. It has the same looks of Mac OS X but it is lighter than the OS X Lion. You can have a look here:
The theme is based on Windows XP Desktop Theme ( that I created, so it is very compatible with the theme.
The theme comes with the
* many, very lovely high-resolution pictures of birds
* one-click installation in the CompizConfig Settings Manager
* easy to use / set up
* different background images can be installed / uninstalled / set
* smooth animation of background image change
* this small app uses some low-level Compiz settings to show you what it can do
* it does not require any other software to work
* you may install it manually or let it be downloaded and installed automatically
* read the readme
* how to install
You can install this package in Ubuntu using the Software Center or Synaptic
This package is in beta status, so there are several known bugs.
More bugs will be reported as new bugs are found.
You can see a complete list of bugs on our Bug Tracker Page:
The following bug will be fixed in next release of this application:
This package is licensed under the GPLv2 License, and contains no explicit copyright assignment.
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The package is available for direct download at the Ubuntu Software Center.
Click the button.
Read the readme.txt
You can read more about this package at the readme.txt file that is attached to this theme package.Q:
When I try to view the project on my iphone 4 it looks great, but when I try to view it on a friend's iphone 4.1 it looks horrible.
My friend has a very big screen and if I view it on his iphone it looks great.
Can anyone help me figure out why this happens?
I tried zooming out the iphone browser, but it made no difference.
I think you may be suffering from something called the iPhone Mobile Safari viewport problem.
You will not be able to get the full screen width for any mobile web site that's for sure. You can try the Google
Minimum System Requirements:OS: Processor: Intel Core i5 (2.5 GHz, 3.2 GHz, and 3.3 GHz) or AMD Phenom II x4 (3.2 GHz and 3.5 GHz) or AMD FX-9590 (3.7 GHz) Memory: 6 GB or more
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