Jase Glenn · Dec 26, 2011 at 07:40 am

CommMgrPro for Android: Full Control at Your Fingertips

For those of you who don’t remember CommMgrPro, allow me to refresh you memory: it’s a Windows Mobile app (no not Windows Phone, Windows Mobile as in that ancient operating system that floats around here on XDA from time to time) that allowed its users to setup complex, detailed scheduling of their device. The user would set up predefined rules: such as from 4pm-6pm on a Monday, turn wifi on, and the device would follow suit.

The app was very popular back in the heyday of Windows Mobile, and a developer by the name of danielherrero has decided to restore it to its former glory!

Based on the design of the original CommMgrPro, this new version is updated for Android! Of course it’s still in the beta stages right now, but development is progressing rapidly. So for those of you who are feeling nostalgic, or are looking for an amazing app to fine tune your device with go and get it here.

Happy Scheduling.


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Jase Glenn is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. Techie til the end. View Jase Glenn's posts and articles here.
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