orb3000 · Mar 1, 2011 at 09:00 am

HeadsetService for Windows Mobile

Perhaps the applications and development for Windows Mobile is not as active as it used to be but it´s far from dead. XDA member ExtremeGTX presents HeadsetService, -only 4KB in memory- which allows you to control your favorite music player with your wired Headset Button. Players supported by the application are Windows Media Player, Audio Manager, Core Player, Nitrogen, S2P, Touch Player (Omnia i900 SMPlayer), and Touch Player (Omnia II). The app works for devices of various resolutions using WM6.1 and later. The app features Answer incoming call, option for device to be locked, Native Code (Fast Execution) and press speed changeable, amongst many others. The developer warns that if you have an HTC Device, DON’T Install, bugs present have not fixed yet, HTC Version still in the LAB for Development.

Originally posted by ExtremeGTX
[APP] [Updated] HeadsetService 1.3 (Control Music Player via Headset Button)

-Description:
HeadsetService is a background app that let you control your preferred music player using wired Headset Button
-Features:
Support Windows Mobile 6.1/6.5/6.5.X
Support Many Music Players
Windows Media Player
HTC Audio Manager
Core Player
Nitrogen
S2P
Touch Player (Omnia i900 SMPlayer)
Touch Player (Omnia II)
You Can Answer incoming call
Only 4KB in Memory
Device can be locked (Except Headset Button)
Native Code (Fast Execution)
Press Speed Can be Changed
Service only Activated if the chosen player is running
Service will automatically launch on Startup if it is activated
Service can be stopped at any time
Support WVGA, WQVGA ,VGA, QVGA


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