More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
FlashGadgets for Windows Mobile Updated
Do you remember the flash games presented by XDA member Unit ZER0 a year ago? Well, now we have some updated flash gadgets to amaze your friends. They will display better on landscape mode and you will find the old classic ones like Scanner, Nav radar, and Tactical radar, plus new amazing flash work such as Global TrakkR, a BiO D-TekkTor, so you can “Track” your friends once they give you a DNA sample, Light-Bar a light patterns for several of the most common vehicles with sound, and INCEPTION Panel with the sounds of the movie to add drama to those special moments. This gadgets will give you plenty of fun moments to play with your Windows Mobile device.
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Originally posted by Unit ZER0
Have you ever wanted to amaze your friends with what your device can do? now you can with these FlashGadgets! they are simple flash videos, that when launched can make your device look like it has a built-in radar, or other sensors. Feel free to post your own creations as well!
(NOTE: these .swf files work best with the BryhtFlash 2.0 Player)
(NOTE: if the video looks funny because it’s on it’s side, don’t worry, when it’s viewed in landscape, it all fits together…)
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