orb3000 · Jul 20, 2011 at 09:00 pm

Profile Switch for Windows Mobile updated

With up to 99 different settings, Profile Switch for your Windows Mobile is an effective tool that will let you create shortcuts to manage your WIFI, Data, sound, and more settings in an easy way. XDA member rlmouse just updated his application to version 1.17 and it features:

  • Switch phone, bluetooth, WiFi and data connections
  • Auto run on two different times every day or only on selected days
  • Check your appointments if there is a category to disable auto run
  • Switch back to another profile in a given timespan
  • Start up to 3 programs
  • Close up to 5 processes
  • Change the system and ringer volume

Amongst many more. Additionally, you can also disable data in roaming, switch to a profile if the phone comes back to the home network, run a profile once after a given timespan, disable all auto-runs up to a given day and time, and start a profile if a pc-connection is detecred or lost.

If you like it, please let the developer know about your experience with it.

Originally posted by rlmouse
Profile Switch is a small program that stores up to 99 different settings for Phone, WiFi, Bluotooth, Data-Connections, vibrate, silent, eg. and create shortcuts to switch directly. Up from 1.3 you can switch automatically at certain times and days. The complete profile will be changed only with one click.

Every profile can
change the system and ringer volume
change the ringer script
change the backlight settings for batterie and ac power
add a shortcut in startmenu to itself
disable auto starts of profiles if one ‘all day event’ with selected categories is found, you can select up to 3 categories
start a profile if a appointment with selected categories will start or end, you can select up to 3 categories

Continue on to the application thread to find more.


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