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  • Porsche Design Theme Extracted From BlackBerry P'9981



    You may find yourself this holiday without the new BlackBerry P’9981 in your stalking this Christmas morning, but you can get something else that's also delightful to the eyes. The theme from the luxury device has been successfully extracted and can be installed on your OS 7 device. The Porsche Design BlackBerry P’9981 is said to start appearing at the luxury retailer Harrod's any day now, and will set you back a nice £1,275. If you install this on your device let us know.

    Warning: This theme is NOT OS 7.1 compatible (OS 7 only). Also, installing this theme will overwrite your stock theme on your device.


    This article was originally published in forum thread: Porsche Design Theme Extracted From BlackBerry P'9981 started by ice2921 View original post


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