If you are a big Halo fan you surely would like to download four Halo 3 wallpapers and one Halo 3 ringtone for Windows Mobile devices directly from Microsoft. All Windows Mobile devices with touch screens (Pocket PCs) and without touch screen (Smartphones) are supported.
A Windows Live account is required to download the Halo 3 ringtones and wallpapers to your computer. Installation instructions for Pocket PCs and Smartphones are available on the website as well. The Microsoft software ActiveSync is used to add the wallpaper and ringtone to the mobile device.
The ringtone is a short version of the Halo 3 Theme song which is downloaded in mp3 format.
Update: The Halo 3 wallpapers and ringtones are no longer listed on the Windows Phone website. I have found a website where you can get your Halo wallpaper fix if you are a fan of the game series. The site wallpaper gate hosts a number of Halo wallpapers that you can download in various resolutions to your computer or mobile device. All you need to know is the correct resolution of your device to pick the right sized background image from the site. Just visit the site, search for halo on it and download the wallpapers that you like from the selection.
You can alternatively check out Deviant Art where more than 200,000 items are returned when you search for Halo. While that includes all kind of art, from drawings over icons to wallpapers, you will find a great collection of custom made Halo wallpapers on the site that you can download to your mobile device or local system. Deviant Art may be the better solution as it offers a wider variety of wallpapers and images than the wallpaper site above.
You can use different search terms, for instance halo 4 or halo wallpaper, to limit the number of results on Deviant Art.
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