POSTS TAGGED: VGA
Posted October 5, 2010 at 06:00 pm by orb3000
XDA member tin2404 presents this nice realistic theme for your weather tab on Windows Mobile devices with Sense 2.5, based on 1930’s – and 50’s Art Deco styles and well optimized to work full screen.
Some of the features present on latest version 3 are: graphics updated, windshield eliminated, new snowflakes, sun, and multiple effects added among others.
Be sure to disable Sense before installing.
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Originally posted by tin2404
Let me present to you Atmosfera Sense Weather realistic mode which I run and use for a while, so I decided to publish here
This is very creative, realistic and stylish publication of Sense weather .
Most of the graphic files has been made by me and replaced with its comp
Posted October 5, 2010 at 09:00 am by egzthunder1
Aside from making quite a few announcements and updates regarding the upcoming final version of CHT 2.0.0, XDA member Co0kieMonster just provided the community with everything that is needed to have more development for CHT. The dev provided a widget kitchen and a very detailed manual for experienced devs. This will allow people to develop new things for Sense (CHT) and maybe even improve on already existing ones. Keep in mind that some previous knowledge on Manila and lua are required as they are not covered at all in the guide.
Moreover, a dev group has been made available for devs to join. However, this is by invitation only. Do you have anything new to bring to the table? Feel like you can make the next best widge. . . READ ON »
Posted October 4, 2010 at 03:00 pm by Ben Elliott
Posted October 3, 2010 at 06:00 am by Ben Elliott
The release of much press-coverage of the imminent Windows Phone 7 operating system has spawned many look-a-like themes and applications, which allow older devices to imitate the look and feel of the new software to please their tech-hungry owners.
One of the more popular of these modifications was WP7UI by XDA member ashiqiqbal. Recently, the project has been terminated and reborn as ‘the Host’ – ashiqiqbal’s new WP7-like home screen replacement.
‘The Host goes one step further than WP7UI ever did, by offering additional customisation tools to its users. For instance, animated tiles are now available as well as finger-swipe navigation and support for landscape mode.. . . READ ON »
Posted October 2, 2010 at 06:00 pm by Ben Elliott
Many owners of Windows Mobile devices have bemoaned the official Facebook application provided by the Marketplace and hoped for an alternative other than using the basic and finger-unfriendly mobile web version.
Despite being the second most-visited website in the world, Facebook applications for Windows phones have been notoriously slow and buggy, with many iterations not even allowing users to send video clips or complete messages to one another through the service.
This has led XDA members Sopis, joe_coolish and Fredz to develop a rivalling Facebook client. Since building up support for the project, the trio have worked hard at providing another option for those who would like to keep up with thei. . . READ ON »
Posted September 28, 2010 at 03:00 pm by orb3000
At this point, almost everybody knows Cookie Home Tab, the work made by XDA member Co0kieMonster that completely changed the way we know Sense/Manila. In case you are not familiar, this add-on allows customization of almost every part of the UI.
Cookie Home Tab v2.0.0 has important changes since app has been rewritten from zero and optimized to gain speed. Many new features are present such as left/right sliding pages configurable from 1 to 7 pages, redesigned soft key area, bottom menu and tab slider, quick links can be configured in any row by column layout, and much more.
The developer states that CHT mod is more configurable than ever. You can find a new CHT Editor version as well.
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Originally posted by Co0kieM
Posted September 28, 2010 at 06:00 am by egzthunder1
You may remember a few months ago, we released an article about a tracking software for Windows Mobile called LiteTrack, developed by XDA member xdaid. In case you are not sure what this those, basically the app runs in the background while using the GPS in your device (assuming it has one) and tracks all your trips. Basically, it maps whatever routes you take to wherever you go. This is particularly useful for people who tend to look for shortcuts from traffic and then simply forget them.
This new version of the app has been loaded with new features and a few critical bug fixes as well. So, if you were using it before, upgrade to 0.5 and find out what else this app has to offer. Feedback is always appreciated.
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Posted September 27, 2010 at 09:21 am by orb3000
XDA member JMHL updated this useful application, which will allow you to assign an specific action when clicking on icons in home screen Titanium of your Windows Mobile device. Updated version 2.60 features emplacement optimization, zone-area depending of the picture, added more effects when click, and more.
You need JMLToday v5.80 in order to make it work. The application was developed on a Diamond, but should work on other VGA devices as well.
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Originally posted by JMHL
[WM6.5] [Titanium program] JMLPanex v2.60 (17-May-2010)
Developed on HTC Diamond (VGA 480 × 640) with standard Titanium (no WM7.. Project, etc….)
Post#2 : Configuration/Parameter Informations
JMLPanex program (JML Panel Exe
Posted September 19, 2010 at 12:00 am by Ben Elliott
XDA member brandi‘s first application on the site, the Deutsche Bahn App, has become very popular due to its effectiveness when updating the user with the latest information on the German transport system. Being in a similar line, the latest from the developer should prove to be just as useful.
The trafficMate application is a tool which downloads and displays the latest traffic data for major German roads. Although still very early in its development cycle (version 0.1 has just been released), reports by users of the alpha-stage application have been positive.
If you live in Germany and constantly find yourself frustrated by unpredictable traffic jams on the way to work, you might want to give the app. . . READ ON »