Lollipop brought a revamp to the lockscreen, taking away custom widgets but showing your notifications instead. If you're a fan of that, you might want an easier way to check your notifications as they come in, without losing your current lockscreen. Glimpse Notifications by XDA Senior Member xrad offers just that. You'd normally have to turn your screen on manually to see your notifications. Instead, Glimpse Notifications will do it for you when a notification comes in. That doesn't mean...
JWMD Icon Changer for WM 6.5 update
Every once in a while clearing HTC’s Sense Icon Cache on your Windows Mobile device can provide a bit of relief for Sense performance. This feature amongst many others is included on version 2.7b of JWMD Icon Changer. With this updated cab from member Nullstring you can also change your animated bootscreen and show and hide original icons, to mention just a few of all the possibilities you have.
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
Continue on to the application thread for more information.
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