POSTS TAGGED: All Windows Mobile
Posted June 30, 2010 at 09:00 am by egzthunder1
We have been using all sorts of wallpapers over the years: pictures, drawings, animations, weather wallpapers, but this is a first. XDA member MikyWoW has made an app that will pull your location using Google Maps and will place a map (from GoogleMaps) with your exact location as a wallpaper. A nifty feature is that the app will update itself, meaning that you can set an interval where the program will update this picture with your new location. It seems that the app works with WVGA, but it may work with other resolutions (QVGA has been confirmed to not work).
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The program locates the coordinates without the use of GPS (like Google Maps) download the map from GoogleMaps and set as background.
- Supports Today, Sense / T
Posted June 30, 2010 at 06:00 am by orb3000
XDA member summoner developed this useful tool: Visio Stencil File. In case you are not familiar with it, this tool will let you create diagrams in Windows Mobile devices using vector graphics.
On this first version of the application, the developer included Emulator and Sense SDK images. Also, he made an open invitation for others to join this project.
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Originally posted by summoner
I’ve started making some really good WM apps and wanted to do some visio stuff. Guess what – nothing ready to use! So I made my own.
Most shapes right now are based on the emulator and Sense SDK but will add more as time progresses.
If anyone wants to join me I’ll be more than happy!
ver 0.1 – Emulator
Posted June 29, 2010 at 12:00 pm by egzthunder1
Have you ever used TomTom ono a Windows Mobile device? If so, then you are probably familiar with its inability on certain devices to keep the screen on (device’s power settings turning the screen off). To fix this dilemma, XDA member zapras has released a small script, which forces the device’s screen to stay on while TomTom is running. The app is very small and has been tested on the HTC Maple. It may be possible to make it work for other devices, so please post your feedback in the dev’s thread.
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It’s a basic program which makes sure the display doesn’t timeout while TomTom is running.
I have only tested it on my HTC Maple and it works fine. The default path to TomTom is \Storage Card\P
Posted June 29, 2010 at 03:00 am by mic_888
First released back in 2007, XDA forum member v3patel‘s application, VipPimRingTone has received it’s latest update to version 9.0.
If you would like to be able to assign ringtones by Category rather than for individual contacts, VipPimRingTone is an old school type application that let’s you do just that.
Simply launch VipPimRingTone, select the relevant Category that you’ve set up in your Windows Mobile phone book, and set your desired ringtone!
Includes support for wma ringtones, option to set ringtone folder location and an import/export functionality.
Posted June 28, 2010 at 09:00 pm by orb3000
GTX UI has gained a lot of popularity and its user base is increasing rapidly. However, we needed a skin for keyboard to complete the hole thing. This time, XDA member Lycox presents a nice skin for EzInput supporting landscape operation. This skin works with WVGA resolutions on Windows Mobile devices sporting EzInput 2.1.
Directional arrows have a great dotted design, all in the classic GTX white.
Originally posted by Lycox
here’s my new contribution to the great great world of GTX
high quality graphics that are made from scratch
EzInput 2.1 WVGA
Note: This should work from Build 1920 and upwards
Posted June 28, 2010 at 03:00 am by orb3000
XDA member gauravbaadshah presents a new design on this start up screens with the logo of HTC, Samsung, and Dell.
Based on Windows 7 logo, these new images will give a different look to your Windows Mobile device’s start up sequence.
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Originally posted by gauravbaadshah
Hello fellow xda users,
UPDATE1 (18 June): WVGA for Samsung and HTC available now.
UPDATE2 (19 June): WQVGA for Samsung available now. All files are now available in cabs.
UPDATE3 (19 June): VGA for Dell added.
UPDATE4 (21 June): Read WMPowerUser Review
I made an amazing Welcomehead/Boot screen image consisting of HTC/Samsung and Windows phone logos . It is now available for QVGA, VGA, WQVGA and WVGA resolutions.
To install just copy the
Posted June 27, 2010 at 11:59 pm by mic_888
There are many translation applications out there for Windows Mobile devices, and sometimes it’s even easier just to use Google to do the translation for you. But this is where Anuvadak shines through – it has a lot of features to offer.
XDA forum member chargedRam, has been working on Anuvadak (which means ‘Translator’ in Hindi) for a long time and has now released version 1.0 of his application.
Deriving its’ functionality from Google’s translation services, Anuvadak offers the following features:
- Attractive UI
- Text to speech translation enabled (not all languages)
- Romanisation of all supported languages (beta)
- Copy translation
- Send translation by SMS
Posted June 26, 2010 at 06:00 pm by orb3000
We have seen zero development on MSN messenger mobile, but some good alternatives to it are coming up, like Talkonaut presented by XDA member tighoor. This complete application for your Windows Mobile device will let you communicate trough almost any platform like MSN, GTalk, Jabber, ICQ, AIM and Yahoo networks for chatting and voice calling too. You can use VoIP over GPRS/EDGE, WIFI, or 3G to make calls or chat.
Application is not resolution specific and there is a version for Android available also.
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Originally posted by tighoor
Last Update: 2010/June/23
Hi … i am from Developers of this Program…
Talkonaut is a messenger program for Windows mobile and other OS that you can joi
Posted June 26, 2010 at 12:00 am by egzthunder1
We are all familiar with the work of XDA developer Cotulla, who is part of the DFT (Dark Forces Team) and responsible for allowing us to flash custom roms on many of the newer devices thanks to the HSPL unlocker. Due to a recent original firmware update for the HD2, the HSPL was overwritten to 2.10, which was no longer recognized by the unlocker. There were ways to go around this though, like flashing back to an older official rom that contained the 2.08 HSPL required by the unlocker, but even that was a bit cumbersome.
Cotulla released HSPL3 to solve this issue. This unlocker should replace the 2.10 version found in the rom release 2.13 and enable flashing of custom roms. Of course, this unlocker works with all versi. . . READ ON »