Mute Your Phone and Restore Volume Automatically
Picture the scenario – you have a meeting so you put your phone in silent mode. You leave the meeting and go about your daily work. Later when you get home, you realise you have 100 missed calls from your girlfriend/boyfriend and some irate text messages.
We’ve all done it – forgotten to turn up the volume on your Windows Mobile device.
XDA member thx1200 has the answer to all your problems – well this one anyway. Thx1200 has developed Mute4 – a simple application that allows you to set your phone to vibrate or silent, and then also set a timeout for when you want to restore the original volume profile via the system timer. The app includes default timeouts of 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hour, 2 hours, and 3 hours. However, Mute4 also lets you set custom timeouts by editing the settings.ini file.
Mute4 is compatible with Windows Mobile 5.0, 6.0 and 6.5.
To download the cab, and information on the source code, check out the application thread.
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