Dark Grass theme for Nokia 40s 240×320

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[intlink id=”246″ type=”post”]Dark[/intlink] Grass theme for [intlink id=”13″ type=”category”]Nokia 40s 240×320[/intlink] with [intlink id=”425″ type=”post”]digital clock[/intlink] and calendar. Tomorrow we release the same theme for [intlink id=”182″ type=”category”]Nokia C3 & X2-01[/intlink] users. I hope you like this darkness [intlink id=”323″ type=”post”]grassy theme[/intlink].

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dark-green-theme-240x320-by-sp (6512 downloads)
File size = 675 kb
Format = .nth

Right Click on the Download button and select “Save Target As” or “Save Link As” Option. Save the .nth file on your computer Now you can transfer this file to your mobile phone using the file transfer option available in your mobile device.

If you file download in .zip format then follow the following step to rename it with .nth
Goto > Control Panel > Folder Options > View (tab) > un-check “Hide extensions for known file types” > click OK.
When you check the downloaded theme file it showing .zip, now rename it .nth. I hope this matter is easily worked.

Sourav Patra from Kolkata, 2nd year student of Journalism and Mass Communication and Graphic Designer. He can be contacted at souravp91@yahoo.in.

5 thoughts on “Dark Grass theme for Nokia 40s 240×320


please,,, make this theme for nokia C3


Great looking theme, I’m going to download it and give it a try, thanks

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hi, you use two types of clock in the theme.. which is not a good idea I think… the digital clock kills the nice view of the wallpaper..


    Totally agree, but the analog clock is to small to see exactly what time it is.

    Guess that’s the reasoning behind the big digital clock.


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