POSTS TAGGED: Windows Mobile 6.5.x
Posted November 2, 2011 at 04:00 am by egzthunder1
We like to feature Windows Mobile apps from time to time on our Portal. After all, they are precursors of what we have today on most devices. Note taking apps has been a primordial breed of apps that has spawned countless variants of itself across all known platforms. Many vary in style, design, and functionality, and this one that was created by XDA Recognized Developer TangoChen seems to somewhat fuse newer styles with older technology. Well-Note for Windows Mobile is a Windows Phone styled note taking app, which features the side scrolling screens, big letter, and hidden menus, that every WP7 fan loves to hate (or hate to love, depending on the point of view). The dev posted a video demonstration of the app . . . READ ON »
Posted September 20, 2011 at 06:00 am by egzthunder1
It seems that lately we have seen a surge in activity from what was believed to be a dying area on XDA, Windows Mobile. If you have ever wanted to get rid of the weird arrangement of icons on the start menu for 6.5.x Roms, XDA Recognized Developer ultrashot has something that you will likely enjoy. This does not require you to install any third party launcher or anything of that sort, it is a plain and simple mod to the already existing Start Menu. So, if you were longing to get rid of what is left of the honeycomb idea that Microsoft tried to implement a few years back, now is your chance.
Pay close attention to the dev’s warning as this will not work on anything other than a custom Rom. Give it a shot and see if you like i. . . READ ON »
Posted August 25, 2011 at 09:30 am by azrienoch
The HTC HD2 is the most developed device in the history of XDA-Developers. Over 1 million posts on more than 45 thousand threads across 17 sub-forums covering five operating systems, the HD2 remains in the top 25 most active devices on XDA almost two years after its release. Its success spoke to all manufacturers about what a smartphone should be like.
I sat down with a friend’s HD2 to hear its story. I asked about where it came from, the struggles it faced growing up in a Tawainese factory, and how it overcame those struggles to become such a smart phone. The HD2 blankly stared at me a moment, then said my friend received a new text message from his mother. No help there. So, I decided to get the HTC HD2’. . . READ ON »
Posted July 10, 2011 at 12:00 pm by orb3000
Last year, XDA member doanvanvinhtho showed us the first release of dV2t Translator for Windows Mobile devices. Since then, the dev has released version 5 which includes some visual changes and some extra functionality such as:
– Auto-detect language
– Undo, Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete, Select All
It also supports the using of the interface “Sense HTC’s UI Look ‘n Feel”, which enhances the look of the application.
As all Windows Mobile stuff used to be, you can find the link to download the .cab file and source code for free.
If you liked it, please leave some words for the developer.
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Originally posted by doanvanvinhtho
Posted July 1, 2011 at 06:00 am by orb3000
If you think Windows Mobile is dead, you are far from the truth. WM still the second most used operating system amongst our members and because of that, we still see a lot of development around.
XDA member soma900 presents the latest update of XTask, a great RAM cleaning system that features the option to switch windows, close tasks or system process, rotate screen orientation, automatic fix the bottom tool bar overlay in WM6.5.x, automatic change X-botton to close, automatic terminate Active-Sync, and the possibility to manage files, amongst many more.
The application can be found on the original thread. Please leave your feedback.
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Originally posted by soma900
[APP][UPDATE 10.6.2011]XTask ver. 2.33
Posted July 1, 2011 at 12:00 am by egzthunder1
Most of you Windows Mobile ex users (and current ones) have likely flashed your device a few times over (else, you’d likely not be in this site). One of the most annoying things about flashing roms is the fact that you must reconfigure your settings, re-install everything is nothing short of a pain. There are various methods out there to automatically reconfigure your phone post flashing such as Sashimi, XDA_UC, and a few others. However, XDA Recognized Developer M3PH decided to make his own, exclusively to integrate and work well with NRG roms. EXCT2 is the second incarnation of this tool and among some of its major improvements, it will allow a user to enter all of their desired settings without having . . . READ ON »
Posted May 30, 2011 at 12:00 pm by orb3000
Not all in our mobile life is about Android or WP7. Even though Windows Mobile is no longer people’s favorite OS, we have thousands of members who still love it. For them, XDA member zarpy presents SuperMarioBros game. You can move along the levels by making Mario jump taping anywhere on your screen, the game is same as the one you used to play many years ago…collect coins, stomp on goombas and turtles, and continue trough levels. Only for WVGA.
The developer also includes the link to download the full version of game editors for free, so now you can make your own game!
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Originally posted by zarpy
SuperMarioBros Run (Excellent Endless Runner game) WVGA Only
The controls are simple ,tap anywhere on the sc
Posted May 26, 2011 at 09:00 pm by egzthunder1
The now aging HTC HD2 is still considered by many to be one of the best devices to come out from HTC. Its incomparable versatility (thanks to the efforts of countless people) allows a user to switch between most widely used OS systems including its native Windows Mobile, Android, Windows Phone 7, Ubuntu, MeeGo, and more. On top of that, in order to run Android you have several different methods of accomplishing this task, and one of them is by running from NAND, which basically completely wipes out Windows Mobile from your system. XDA member boonbing has put together a series of scripts based on the work of many people including XDA member DarkStone1337 and his work on RAM roms. In essence, Port-A-Droid will . . . READ ON »
Posted May 21, 2011 at 06:00 am by egzthunder1
There are many people who argue that WM is indeed dying out slowly as most people who were developing for it have jumped ship either to Android, WP7, or even to iOS. However, for those of you still rocking this OS, you will be happy to learn that not everyone has left for green pastures and that there are still people who see the potential that this OS once had. XDA member loffactory brings that concept and tries to marry it with the most current of events by releasing TodayXLive, which is a UI replcement that will make any device sporting Windows Mobile 6.1 and up look and feel like a Windows Phone 7 device. Transitions and animations are quite smooth and are bound to give your device a renewed, minimalistic look withou. . . READ ON »