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Slide2Unlock2 2.41 Released
Xda-dev member A_C has released yet another update to his ever popular locking application for Windows Mobile. This locker seems to be getting better and better as time goes by, and by no means an update for this application is trivial. There’s always a good number of reasons why to upgrade and this is not an exception. As usual, this version is compatible with many other softwares, including A_C’s very own S2V and S2P.
Changes in v2.41
- added support to use Facebook pic of Manila as CallerID pic.
- added alignment option for Clock/Date (S2U2 Settings > Information).
- added option to exclude ActiveSync email as unread email (S2U2 Settings > Information).
- fixed the reminder would still vibrate if the device had switched to silent mode.
- fixed the reminder period would not work if sleep S2P had activated.
- fixed Appointment’s note could not be shown in the pop-up when it’s too long.
- fixed occasionally dialing a call was not locked even “Lock on Talk” was turned on.
- fine tuned some misbehavior when “Proximity Sensor” was used.
- fixed some duplicated translation tags.
- a few minor bugs fixed.
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