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[APP] XroM_Switch Comm Manager
Bored with your comm manger? Member XroM presents this interesting version of a communication management application.
This app is a great alternative to the Windows Mobile default Comm Manager that gives you all the original options plus the ability to switch off GPRS, restart manila and reset the device amongst other features.
This app is available in English and Russian.
Originally posted by XroM
A small app to switch a wireless devices with additional functions.
In resource you can customize the layout of buttons, background color and the name and font size.
The program supports the launch with the parameters (without displaying the main window).
For more information continue on to the application thread.
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