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Have the Old WM Today Screen in Manila
If you are an old time Windows Mobile User, the old Home Screen is something that you probably remember from a long time ago. The advent of all the different UIs has left the Home Screen a smudge in the memory of WM history. If you are into retro a bit, check out this mod that XDA member pietsukkel brings for us.
Installation of this creates an extra tab in Sense/Manila that displays good old fashioned Home. In there, you can have all your favorite today plugins that you miss from the old UI. Take it for a spin and see if you like it.
Manila Today Page was originally created for people who are using applications with Today screen plug-ins. When you use Manila or Sense, you are no longer able to display the old Today screen. MTP installs an extra tab, containing your Today screen plug-ins.
This is a modified version of MTP, compatible with EnergyROM’s.
You can find more information in the tab page.
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