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Classic – Titanium Today Toggle for WM
For those using an older Windows Mobile device without TF3D/Manila, this toggle will become handy. XDA member copenhagen presents this application to toggle between classic home and Titanium with just one click.
To get the script working properly, set up your classic today plug-ins before running it.
Some registry editing must be done as well so please be sure to back up before you proceed.
The developer also presents a mortscript version for newer devices with Sense/Manila as well.
Originally posted by copenhagen
Classic – Titanium Today Toggle (for NON TF3D/Manila Devices)
Thanks in part to NoPluginsToday- I developed a reliable back and forth toggle; from classic to titanium and back… no more start-> settings-> personal-> Today-> Items-> CheckCheckCheck-> OK. Just one tap.
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