orb3000 · Feb 7, 2011 at 12:12 pm

Gmail Contact Formatter Updated – Windows Mobile

XDA member mmoorman12 presents this useful application for your Windows Mobile device that will help to solve problems when sending MMS´s that include different characters on dialing numbers. Over five different formats can be selected so you can decide what suits better for personal use. The latest version includes added birth date formatter and improved speed of the app. The developer is open to hear proposals of what can be included on the future to help keeping your contacts organized.
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Originally posted by mmoorman12
Gmail Contact Formatter || 1/26/2011

Several of the Froyo Roms that I’ve used had an issue that wouldn’t allow me to send MMS if the phone number had parenthesis in the format. I saw several people posting that they didn’t want to have to edit each contact in Gmail to remove the parentheses, so I created the application.

This application will format all of your phone numbers in your Gmail account based on your desired format.

Available Formats:
Numbers Only
Ten Digit Number
Ten Digit Number With Parenthesis
One Plus Number
One Plus Number With Parenthesis
(other formats could be added if needed)

This is a windows application that requires .Net 2.0 as a prerequisite.

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