Manufacturers have done a pretty good job of providing customers plenty of options when it comes to the stylings of their phone. A few years back you might find the best phone of the day available in a single drab color scheme, but in more recent times we have been greeted with at least a white and black/grey option as well as more exotic retailer exclusive colors. Still, the desire to customize your phone to fit your personality runs deep in Android, all the way to the launcher and ROM you choose to install. Our friends over at WinSource are giving us one more option when it comes to blinging out your handset: custom decals. Check out the video above for the full tutorial.
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