Command Line for Windows Mobile 6.1
Windows Mobile just refuses to die. No matter how much Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS duke it out for market share, there is a small, but dedicated group of individuals who still cling to the aging godfather of mobile operating systems. For these people, we present to you XDA Senior Member Unit ZER0’s latest application: Command Line.
Exactly as it sounds, Command Line is an application designed to allow for greater control over your Windows Mobile device by giving it an easy-to-install command prompt. Of course, according to the developer you need have:
Windows Mobile 2003, 5.0, 6.0, 6.1
MortScript – For the Toggle
Simply download the .cab file attached to the thread, install, and presto: You have Command Line. So if you still have an old Windows Mobile device lying around, and are interested in experiencing a bit of nostalgia, or if you are still clinging to your HTC Excalibur (like I am), head on over to the original thread and give this a spin.
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