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JWMD Phone Reset Released
There is not a single thing in the whole Windows Mobile world that annoys users more than having to use the stylus to soft reset the phone (especially us HD2 users).
To address this issue xda member Nullstring, who brought us the possibility of manipulating the Start menu (icons and locations by using JSPA Program Manager and Icon Changer for WM6.5) without knowing anything about cooking, has come up with a small application to either soft reset or completely shut down any device running WM. The best part, and really what sets it apart from other apps of its kind, is the fact that it is skinned like Windows Phone 7, so it is bound to give your device a new look altogether.
Originally posted by Nullstring
I just made this little app this morning and just a thought of sharing it to you. This little app has a capbility of reseting and shutting down your phone. I put a little design which I think you notice the look was a little Windows Phone 7?
If you want to follow the development of this app, you can do it in the original thread.
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