orb3000 · Oct 13, 2010 at 06:00 am

SmartBoot – Control your Sense in WM

I´m sure more than one had at least one time to disable your Sense/Manila for any reason, if so you´ll remember that too many steps are needed to get there. Well, thanks to XDA member AndiCP, this action has been reduced to it´s minimum, now needing only one step to switch on/off Sense UI.
The developer also has provided the source code and a registry hack so you can do more with the application.

Originally posted by AndiCP
[APP] SenseControl – Control your Sense

Hi All,

today I have something new for you: SenseControl.
With this very small app you can enable/disable SenseUI with one tap.

You will get two shortcuts (which you can use with SmartBoot my free boot manager for WM) in your start menu to easily enable and disable SenseUI.

Additionally I provide the source code of this app on my homepage.

Please download this app from here.

You can find more information in the application thread.


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