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JWMD Icon Changer for Windows Mobile Updated
After a short break, we continue to bring you some interesting articles from the work of developers around the big world of XDA. This time we will write about the JWMD icon changer application, which is a start menu customization tool made by XDA member Nullstring.
If you are still loyal to Windows Mobile and love to change/modify icons, this latest update may be of your liking. This update features changing/removing icons, create New Folder, saving/loading themes, sorting start menu programs, and the option to register shortcut files amongst many more. The developer includes a full guide to make changes on your device and some animated splash screens. Working on WM 6.5 and above.
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Originally posted by Nullstring
JWMD Icon Changer is a Start Menu customization tool designed for Windows Mobile 6.5
– Changing/Removing the Icon
– Can create New Folder
– Saving/Loading Themes
– Sorting Start Menu Programs
– Register shortcut files
– Changing the Animated Bootup Screen (the 2nd bootup screen)
– Chaging Microsoft Bootup Screen (the 3rd bootup screen)
– Clear HTC Sense Icon Cache
– Must have .NET 3.5 Compact Framework Installed
– Windows Mobile 6.5
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