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Manila 2.5 HomeScreenJump
This application for Windows Mobile is based on HTC Wildfire and it allows you to jump to any Sense 2.5 tab from any place your are on your device by simply pressing a button. When the required action is performed, a multi window appears letting you choose where you want to go.
This application created by xda member dotcompt and it was tested on Rhodium,Leo, and Topaz; still on beta stage but this application promises to be a “must have”.
Originally posted by dotcompt
I was watching a Youtube video showing up the new HTC Wildfire with an awesome feature, pressing an hardware key you have access to an homescreen from where you can run the widget you desire.
So I´ve decided to create a small app for our Rhodium:
Version: 1.0 beta
Description: HomeScreen from where you can jump to the Manila Tab you want.
Tabs available: Home, People, Messages, Mail, Weather, Twitter and Programs.
1. Install the “HomeScreenJump.cab” in attach
2. Optional – If you want to launch the HomeScreenJump from the TP2 Start Menu Hardware key (which is the best way to run it):
– Install “RhodiumKbdControl_GSM.CAB” and dont reset yet.
– Install “dotcompt TP2 Start Menu Hardware Key remap.cab”
Now by holding down the TP2 Start Menu hardware key for a second the homescreenJump will open and you can choose the manila Tab you want to go.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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