Customize Your Start Menu With JWMD Armids for Windows Mobile 6.5 and 6.5.x
Have you ever wanted to change the number of columns in the Windows Mobile 6.5 or 6.5.x Start Menu? Luckily, XDA forum member Nullstring is one step ahead of you! Using his application, you can now freely change the number of columns from 1 through 5 in the blink of an eye. And that’s not all:
In the words of the developer:
Ever want to change the number of columns in your Windows Mobile 6.5/x Start Menu without doing a lot of hardwork? Here’s another tool to do the job for you.
Armids can change your the number of columns in your Windows Mobile 6.5/6.5.x Start Menu or Edit the Start Menu Item look or even change the Selection Background image!
Armids supports the ff resolutions:
Armids has this ff features:
- Change the number of columns
- Change Selection background not yet implemented
- Restor original GridScene file from custom ROM or Original Firmware
- – Backup occurs upon first use of the application.
To go and get your customization on, please continue on to the application thread!
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