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GVV Updated to Version 0.5.5
If you are unfamiliar with the whole concept of Google Visual Voicemail (GVV), it is an application developed by xda member Sl4sher, which mimics the original application made for Google devices. His idea was to simply bring this functionality to the Windows Mobile platform. The app is built on top of the newest Sense SDK, a tool responsible for spawning tons of new apps for WM devices. This new revision brings a few bug fixes and a couple of updates, but it is becoming better as time goes by.
The app is not resolution specific and only requires .NET 3.5 to work. Installation instructions as well as development can be found in the link below.
Upgraded to SenseSDK 1.36
- Dialer item names guaranteed to be unique. *Fist shake at SenseSDK*
- Update button updates both sms and voicemail at the same time.
GVV has been tested on a Touch Pro 2 and a Treo Pro, all resolutions should be supported, let me know if you experience layout problems.
You can follow development in the application thread.
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