Profile Switch for WM Updated
This handy app created by XDA member rlmouse will save you some time by keeping you from navigating through menus to change profiles, disable/enable data, and more. The app was written to store pre-determined profiles and make them accessible by simply touching a shortcut.
The app requires CF.NET 3.5 and it comes in both German and English. If you would like to use the app, please be sure to thank the developer and also to leave some feedback for him.
I wrote a small program for my HTC HD2 that stores up to 10 different settings for Phone, WiFi, Bluotooth, Data-Connections, vibrate, silent, eg. and create shortcuts to switch directly. The complete profile will be changed only with one click.
Requirements: .NET CF 3.5.
After install the language is German, you can switch this to English by the settings. I only tested this application on my HTC HD2, it works in portrait and landscape mode. If you use this on another device, please check the features carefully, especially the block of data when this option is used.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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