SPB Mobile Shell 3.53 for Non-Touch Screen WM
XDA member kazablanka has done a great job making SPM Mobile Shell work on non touch Windows Mobile devices using WM standard. Devices tested and working are HTC Excalibur/Dash, Samsung GT-C6625, Samsung Omnia Pro B7320 and Moto Q8 GSM, and maybe more are supported. So, if you have successfully used it, please report your device, so it can be added to the list.
Please be sure to read and understand instructions before proceeding.
Originally posted by kazablanka
[Development]SPB Mobile Shell 3.53 for Non-Touch Screen Devices / Release 09-11-2010
SPB Mobile Shell 3.53 for Non-Touch Screen Devices
SPB Mobile Shell is not free. So if you like it, please buy it.
Known Supported Devices:
1) List of devices
Added some new widgets from BomByX v3.5 (DClocks, Batteries, Notifications, Alarm)
Facebook & Twitter widgets reported not working
(Please check on previous list of devices before you perform this step)
- Install 96dpi.cab if you already haven’t – If you already got your phone on 96dpi, just skip this step
- Soft reset
- Install SPB_MS3_excalibur_1.01.cab
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