Multi Slider Incoming Call Screen
HTC’s dialer screen is the most untouchable in the Windows Mobile world, and now more and more mods are appearing for it. shkedi, who resides in our Windows Mobile forum has his own mod that brings two more sliders to the already available slide to answer slider that he is looking for help with. He is asking for a Modder that can assist him in making this come true.
The middle slider is the one I have been missing, is allows you to answer with the speaker on in one slide. (Instead of three actions in the original dialer: slide to answer slide down that black thing and pressing on the speaker icon.)
The top slider is the real interesting one it allows you to ignore the incoming call and send the caller a SMS massage with a predefined text (slide right).
Slide left on the top slider to send your location (as Google Maps link) to the caller.
This option is a very convenient way to reply to calls that usually say: “you’re late! Where are you?”.
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