orb3000 · Aug 13, 2010 at 12:00 pm

One Click Android Launcher for HTC Leo

Do you have a Leo and use any of the nice Android builds found in our forums? XDA FS Moderator ThaDeanesta presents this useful tool to boot Android with just one click on your Windows Mobile Leo.
Developer mentions that application will run CLRCAD and then HARET as you usually do, but now only with pressing the nice Android icon placed on your programs.
This is a must have if you are testing several versions as it will save you some time and clicks. You´ll find two different cabs according to where you placed the Android files (storage card root or \Storage Card\Android)

Originally posted by ThaDeanesta
[CAB] HD2 Android Launcher 1.03~One Icon launches CLRCAD and Haret instantly

Do you hate having to manually launch CLRCAD before you launch HARET? Hate how you can’t create one link on your Home Screen that launches Android?

Well, now you can! With HD2-AndroidLoader! This application launches HARET and CLRCAD with one click! It does so in less than a second!

Just one icon in the Start Menu does both Jobs at the same time. If you would like, you can even ad that single link to the Home Screen, so you can launch Android in One Click!
There are TWO cabs (For now):
HD2-AndroidShortcut-SD – For when Haret and CLRCAD are on the ROOT of the SD Card
HD2-AndroidShortcut-SD-Android – For when Haret and CLRCAD are in /Storage Card/Android .
If there are any builds of android where HARET and CLRCAD are in a different location, please let me know and I make a cab.
I will make a list of which Android Builds each CAB is compatable with.

You can find more information in the application thread.


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