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Well Open Your google Chrome click of the Customize and Control Button right from the Address bar
click on Settings.
you will see the 3rd heading which will be Appearance in the Setting Window.
there will be tow buttons
1. get theme
2. Reset to Default Theme
Click on Reset to Default theme
your Chrome will be back to Default theme..
To change your theme you must first download from google playstore a launcher other than the default that comes with your phone.Launchers allow you to change the appearance of your phone and have additional theme packs that can be downloaded mostly for free.Such launchers are nova,adw,apex.
Easy way to restore Dictionary in Samsung GT-S3850 Corby 2
You need only: 1. Your Corby phone memory space at least 7mb (in Phone, not memory card) 2. Internet Access.
You can download dictionary from your phone Menu/Dictionary/Download a Dictionary, choose dictionary (Corby 2 Dictionary built in is English to English) then download it,.. Downloading..... Wait until the notice comes out from the top of the screen "File Downloaded", tap on notice and install, go back to your dictionary in phone menu, tap on English to English and Set, Well done.
If you already download/installed but nothing's happen, just follow the 3 steps below.
1st. Make sure to DELETE the ".dic" file that you've download to your phone (dictionary file name contains CollinsEng*.dic) can be found/restore in "My Files/Others". It was hidden, but it can be shown and never be hidden again once you restart your phone. So you better check again and delete the file if you found it.
2nd. You need to use the system Defualt theme. (if you're using other/downloaded themes, go to "My Files/Themes/Defualt theme.smt" and set to change ur theme to default).
3rd. Set your "WAP downloads defualt memory" to Phone. (located at "Settings/Memory/Defualt memory - WAP Downloads set to Phone , not in memory card, because the dictionary need to be saved in phone)
After the 3 steps, Try again to download a dictionary. (How to process? ...just read above)
You can revert the changes of your phone after installing dictionary.
you probably deleted all photos from your memory and now there is non ..try to make one ..or ...download one ..or transfer from computer ..or by bluetooth ..and after that open it ..and under the options ..choose to set as background or wallpaper ..or ..go to a site that has walpapers and themes for your model ..and download some ..and load into your phone ...in each ones special folders...wallpapers goes to pictures or images..and themes to themes...folder...and after that try to set it again ..
on your wireless service provider, you might be able to set a theme on
your BlackBerry® device that changes how items such as applications,
indicators, words, and icons appear. Themes might be preloaded on your
device, or you might be able to download themes that are in .cod file
the Home screen, press the Menu key.
change the layout of the theme,
in the Set Home Screen Layout section,
click an option.
Delete a theme
You can only delete themes that you have downloaded to your BlackBerry®
the Home screen
or in a folder, click the
the Menu key.
Download a theme
Depending on your
wireless service provider, this feature might not be supported.
the Home screen
or in a folder, click the
the Menu key.
THEMES FOR UR MODEL http://gallery.mobile9.com/c/blackberry-storm2+9550-themes_2570/1/
Press the Menu button in the centre of the touchpad, or alternatively press the Menu softkey (Figure 1).
In the main menu, highlight the Settings icon (it looks like a cog and spanner). Press the OK button on the touchpad or Select softkey (Figure 2).
Scroll down to highlight Display & light settings. Press Select or OK, or alternatively press number 3 on the numberpad (Figure 3).
Highlight Display. Press Select or OK, or press number 1 on the numberpad (Figure 4).
Highlight My theme. Press Select or OK, or press number 1 (Figure 5).
Highlight Select theme. Press Select or OK, or press number 1 (Figure 6).
You are now presented with a gallery of themes. If you create your own or download others, they will be added to this gallery.
Using the touchpad controls, scroll through the themes until you select the one you wish to install (Figure 7).
To preview the theme full screen, press OK on the touchpad (Figure 8). Press Back to get to the gallery of themes again.
When you've found the theme you want to install, press Save. You will be asked: 'Apply this theme for your phone now?' Press Yes or OK (Figure 9).
A message will appear informing you that theme has been saved, and you will be returned to the theme gallery. Press Back to scroll back through the menus to see how the new theme has been applied (Figure 10), or press the Call end key to return to your new-look standby page (Figure 11).