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QuickShutdown for WM
An application to turn off, restart or set to sleep your Windows Mobile devices is always well received. XDA member petititi created a similar app to Slide2Shutdown, but without the need of .Net framework and because of that it is very fast and responsive. Created in French, Italian,German, English, and Spanish, this useful app will let you have another option to manage vital operations on your device and also the option to personalize to your own language.
The developer created this for all resolutions.
Originally posted by petititi
[APP] QuickShutdown V1.3
I developed an application like Slide2Shutdown, but without the .Net framework. It can turn off, restart or set the phone in sleep mode.
It is very fast to start !
All resolution are supported (for QVGA, the pictures are resized) and lanscape is as smooth as portrait (thank’s to the new version of Manila SDK) !
The graphics are all stored in the \resources\VGA\ folder and you can change them at will.
You will find the available languages in the \resources\lang\ folder, but you can create your own file. To enable your chosen language, change the first line to say “1” instead of “0” (and delete other files or change the first line of other files)
Becareful: you have to save your file with Unicode encoding !
You can find more information in the original thread.
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