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SPB Mobile Shell 3.5 [Tricks, Widgets, Themes, Other, FAQ, Config]
Member Zepiii updated his great collection of all kind of configurations you ever dreamed to get SPB Mobile Shell working as you want. Mobile Shell is one of the most popular interface programs for Windows Mobile.
Originally posted by Zepiii
The “must have” for SPB : Overview
Don’t hesitate to contact me (by posting here) if you have any idea of “must have”.
MSkip’s ProPlus UltimateV2 3.5.3 Released!!
MSkip’s ProPlus Ultimate Elegance 3.5.3 Released!!
MSkip’s ProPlus Elegance 3.5.3 Released!!
MSKIP’S PROPLUS ULTIMATEV2 FOR SPB MOBILE SHELL 3.5.1 FINAL
Mskip, Pro Plus Ultimate, Pro Plus Elegance and Pro Plus Ultimate Elegance
Q-VGA Pro Plus Ultimate
Q-VGA Pro Plus Elegance
Q-VGA Pro Plus Ultimate Elegance
MSConfig – Tweak SPB 3.5
ShellExtension (ver 1.4.3):
– ALL RES
Sence la Revolution V3.5
MobileSense – Espresso Mod
WINDOWS PHONE 7 SERIES BASED THEME FOR SPB MOBILE SHELL 3.5.3
Vostradamus Mobile Shell Manager 4.0.
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