WenWM · Feb 14, 2010 at 01:57 pm

Manila Language Changer

Manila/Sense UI is one of the best-known Windows Mobile user interfaces, but sadly its language support is very limited. That can all be changed with a small application developed by one of our members, smog. It has support for many different languages depending on your Manila build number.

I just wrote a small application to change Manila language on the fly, don’t know if any other application exist to accomplish this task but I was not able to find one so I decided to write my own. MLM connects to my server and checks which languages are available for a given manila build allowing you to:

  • Download a language pack for a given manila/sense build
  • Install the _manila files in windows directory
  • Set the proper registry values
  • First release

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