wingman1487 · Mar 17, 2010 at 02:14 pm

Control Your Windows 6.5.x X Button

Still in the beta stages the application created by XDA’s own xtep is an amazing add-on to your Windows Mobile 6.5.x device.  If you, like me, are a little upset that Microsoft has taken the memory management control into their own hands then this is definitely worth taking a look at.  Not only is the control of the X button yours again, but so are some other very useful features.  And with the help of scarecrow420 it now has a nice User Interface.

Originally posted by xtep

Current features (v0.7.1):

  • Run as service.
  • Tap on close button: Customizable
  • Tap&Hold on close button: Customizable
  • Tap on start button: Customizable
  • Tap&Hold on start button: Customizable
  • Posible values for close actions (CloseTapAction and CloseHoldAction):
    • 0 = None: no action is done
    • 1 = Default: default wm action (minimize app)
    • 2 = Run App: launch a program
    • 3 = Close: close the current app
  • Posible values for start actions (StartTapAction and StartHoldAction):
    • 0 = None: no action is done
    • 1 = Default: default wm action (launch default honeycomb menu)
    • 2 = Run App: launch a program
    • 3 = QuickMenu: show QuickMenu menu
  • Haptic feedback (not tested): Customizable, Posible values:
    • 0 = None: no vibration at all
    • 1 = During: vibration activated while taping (until releasing)
    • 2 = End: vibration at the end of Tap or Tap&Hold
    • Position Fix: Auto detects windows that overlap menu bar and move/resize them (can be disabled setting)
  • Launcher for those devices that the service does not start automatically
  • Force Close: If a window does not close friendly, with this option active AMeBa will try to close it forced. (Disabled by default, can be activated setting

Check out the application tread for more information.


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