POSTS TAGGED: Windows Mobile 6.5.3
Posted September 5, 2011 at 03:03 am by mic_888
If you haven’t checked out Xianpeng’s Game Boy Advance emulator for Windows Mobile, XDA forum member #LG# has brought our attention to this great freeware.
The XDA member states that the without sound enabled, it works almost perfectly on his BENQ E72 with 230 MHz OMAP processor and approx 20MB of RAM. On how Blue Angel, his exact words were ‘amazing’!
Advantages of the emulator include:
- Fast ROM emulation
- Runs slower on PDAs/ smartphones
- Portrait, landscape left/right + fullscreen, fit to screen, vga screen view modes
- *.sav files support
- Touch controlled pad
Posted February 19, 2011 at 12:00 am by mic_888
Ever needed to find the cosine of an angle while you’re out and about? Worry not as XDA forum member Kation‘s Calc HD App for Windows Mobile WVGA devices has been updated.
Features of the app include –
- Input forumla such as “(5)×√(5)×5×(√(25)-1)” and the calc will give “=100″.
- Functions such as Sin, ArcCos, Ln.
- Senior functions such as Abs, Ceil, Floor, Round.
- Intelligent error checking e.g. 5xx5 or 1.2.3 not allowed.
- Paste result to Formula.
- Customise Sliding Sensitivity in CalcConfig.xml.
- Special % mode.
- Colour customisation.
Requires .Net CF 3.5 and Windows Mobile 6 or higher.
For more information including details of updates and to download the c. . . READ ON »
Posted February 1, 2011 at 12:00 am by Ben Elliott
The omission of an RSS-displaying Sense tab was always a relatively unfathomable move by HTC: one would expect that among the easy-to-access Twitter feeds and e-Books, the option to check up on RSS feeds would not be far away. However, it was not until meltwater’s mod that users could realistically find RSS information on their Windows Mobile Sense interface.
Improvements included in the updated modification are refreshed graphics and the extremely useful ability to install the tab from a .cab, as opposed to the somewhat tricky process . . . READ ON »
Posted December 14, 2010 at 09:00 pm by orb3000
If you are looking for an easy way to re assign the virtual keys on your Windows Mobile device, then this application, developed by XDA member ultrashot, may be of your interest. uTask will let you perform actions such as standard action, launch .exe files, minimize current program, close current program, and show start menu in one click. On the latest version, you will find features like added immediate position fix, added special menu for tool bars, and added “Open start menu” action. The developer states all previous bugs have been fixed.
Working only in WM 6.5.3 versions.
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Originally posted by ultrashot
[APP][06-Dec-10] uTask v1.1 – reassignment of virtual softkeys in WM6.5.3
Posted October 26, 2010 at 03:00 pm by orb3000
Android members have Tapatalk and they seem to be very happy with it, but how about Windows Mobile device users?Till now, there were some very small efforts to address this, but nothing solid. Now, XDA member TeDeV presents RapidRead, a great forum reading application without the need of a web browser. You can add XDA to read your favorite threads and also any other forum you regularly visit.
This is the first beta release to public, so bugs are expected. However, if you like it, please leave some feed back so future versions can be improved.
Working on WM6.5 and up and should work on any resolution.
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Originally posted by TeDeV
RapidRead – A forum reading application
RapidRead is a forum read
Posted October 22, 2010 at 06:00 pm by orb3000
XDA member bratboo points us to the first beta 0.3.0.3 of TouchXperience UI for Windows Mobile devices. The developer describes it as “the next generation of UI´s”, interface is finger friendly and highly customizable featuring program launcher, contacts manager, home screen, appointments, messaging, task manager, profile and event manager, call log, control panel, communication manager, and much more.
As this is the very first beta version publicly available for testing, some bugs are expected so please leave feedback.
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Originally posted by bratboo
[Release 10-12-10] – TouchXperience Beta 0.3.0.3 For Public Testing
Just want to share to you guys that the TouchXperience i
Posted October 19, 2010 at 06:00 am by orb3000
What about some Manga/Anime style themes for your Windows Mobile device? XDA member Lunie presents this original work compatible with Cookie Home Tab 2.0. Icons, sliders, fonts, transparent clock themes and wall papers can be found on the original thread where you can fully personalize the Manila UI.
If you are into Anime, you will find the developer’s work very interesting.
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Originally posted by Lunie
IceDX 0.1 (Released in post #2!!) for CHT 2.0 + Mods ♥ (10/18)
I’m into customizing the tiny things in manila. So here’s a list of what i’ve done. Maybe one day i’ll create a theme if I have enough time ^^’
I hope you guys enjoy these, i’ve worked very hard on these
Posted October 19, 2010 at 12:00 am by orb3000
XDA member Bonito77 presents a new slider style for your Windows Mobile device running Cookie Home Tab 1.8 and 2.0 as well. Complete transparent sliders using text instead of icons with 4 variations of theme backgrounds can be found in the original developer’s thread.
If you want to personalize your Manila slider, step in and have a look to this alternative.
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Originally posted by Bonito77
[B]§_Bonito77 “NEW RAVIESLIDER”_§ [B](Update for CHT_2.0+CHT_Softkays)
ONE MORE SLIDER FOR YOU
Finished my new Senseslider and here it is. I think my gold Slidebox looks good with it, but the .cap included no Slidebox its transparent. Slideboxes you can download here. Or two new here.
Big Thanks goes
Posted October 16, 2010 at 06:00 am by Ben Elliott
When looking through the xda-developers forums, interesting tweaks for your phone’s interface are never hard to find. Originally posted in an EnergyROM thread, XDA member merlin76‘s colourful changes to the default look of HTC Sense were worth sharing on a larger scale.
After receiving inspiration from the coloured tab icons in the Manila build found in the HTC HD Mini ROM, merlin76 felt motivated to port the brighter alternatives to HTC’s regular symbols to some more popular devices.