WenWM · Mar 24, 2010 at 02:58 am

MobileSense: A Quick look

MobileSense is one of the many different tweaks and widgets you can add to your SPB Mobile Shell, and in some cases improves it. This one is a little old, but it is one of the best that gives you the feel of Android’s Sense UI on a Windows Mobile phone.

This particular tweak has not seen an update since early February, but I though it is worth reading about. The tweak was made by naong, he has created a very simple but easy to use list CAB of tweaks and widgets.

The widgets give your device an Android feel, so if you have been in the market for a new UI, this might be your next stop.

Contains
* Lots of Sense UI style widgets.
* Spb Weather widget skins.
* Menubar Plugn-in system.
* Sense UI Style Menubar.(Support landscape mode)
* Espresso Style Menubar.
* Omnia Style Menubar.
* Background Changer
* Menu Changer

ChangeLog
6th February 2010
+ Fixed memory leak problem(partly) : I have no idea how to fix it any more…
+ Added MenuBar plug-in system(with preview)
+ Added Espresso style widgets
+ Added Espresso style menu bar
+ Added Omnia style menu bar
+ Added 4 of Status Widget
+ Fixed error of weather information widget
+ Changed weather icons

29th December 2009
+ Fixed memory leak in Touch Diamond(But I didn’t test)
+ Fixed bug in Date widget

28th December 2009[/COLOR] + Fixed bug in QVGA version(Widgets name broken)
+ Fixed bugs in MobileSense Config(Background is not changed and more)
+ Added MobileSense Config instruction in help menu

27th December 2009
+ Added QVGA/WQVGA Version
+ Fixed bug in Battery widget
+ Fixed bug in VGA device layout

22th December 2009
+ Support non-english devices
+ Support Storage Card Installing
+ Update MobileSense Config 1.0 to 1.01(Fixed bug in file handling)

21th December 2009
+ Fixed bug in SenseConfig

Requirement
* WVGA/VGA Windows Mobile 5 above.
* Spb Mobile Shell 3.5.1 above.
* Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 above.
* sdkcerts (The device must be unlocked)

Get the move on to the thread for the full details.


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WenWM is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. Phone Freak. Work all day with phones, usually Android or Windows Mobile. Love getting them for reviews, and most of the time, I play with it more than review. Write for quite a bit of sites, and love doing it. Always on Twitter from my Computer, Phone, Watch, and TV. View WenWM's posts and articles here.
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