POSTS TAGGED: Windows Mobile 6.5
Posted July 2, 2010 at 03:00 pm by orb3000
Do you want to change the color of your Manila/Sense clock numbers?; XDA member Agent Zach presents this great collection of skins based on Dinik’s shinny glassy style for Cookie Home Tab 1.8 and up. You can not only change the color of the clock, but you can also change the font of the numbers with one of the developer’s series collections: Crystal Jewel, Digital Jewel, and Trans Anastasia. The dev is also preparing more sets to add to this collection.
Intended for use in Windows Mobile devices with version 6.5 and up.
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Originally posted by Agent Zach
Simple-yet-satisfying “Mini-Mod” for HTC Sense 2.5 w/ CHT 1.8 & 1.8.5.
Don’t want to over-haul your entire Sense Theme or Home
Posted July 2, 2010 at 09:00 am by orb3000
There are many task managers floating around out there, with lots of neat features and great UIs, and ArkSwitch is not the exception to this rule. This skin created by XDA member Showtime7 will be very welcomed by the users of this app.
Rendered in a HTC style/color layout, this powerful tool will be a good companion on your preferred ROM with Sense/Manila 2.1/2.5.
Working only for WVGA resolutions on Windows Mobile 6.5.3, but should work on WM6.5 as well.
Originally posted by Showtime7
[ArkSwitch] HTC Notification-LIKE Theme [WVGA]
Here’s my theme for ArkSwitch. I wanted it to look much like HTC’s notification enhancement since I use them side-by-side.
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Posted July 2, 2010 at 12:00 am by orb3000
XDA member junalmeida developed this application for Windows Mobile to Auto-rotate on devices equipped with a G-sensor. It will configure your registry settings using very low memory as it´s not resident. This is ideal for those of you who don´t have it cooked on your ROM.
This app works on Leo and Omnia II running WM 6.5, but should work as well in other newer devices, .NET 2.0 is also needed.
Users are invited to report bugs and/or ask for features.
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Originally posted by junalmeida
Auto-Rotate can configure the registry settings of built-in g-sensor auto-rotate service.
This app is not resident, so, it consumes memory only when you are configuring rotation support.
Omnia II, or
Posted June 29, 2010 at 09:00 pm by orb3000
Some members are always looking for new ways to personalize their devices, and this time it is the lock screen’s turn. XDA member Cloudyfa presents this beautiful lock screen from OBOE leaked ROM completely translated to English and working on COM5 ROMs (WM6.5.3)
Previous versions were working only for Windows Mobile devices with 6.5, but now it´s possible to have it on other versions as well. It is definitely a well polished lock screen. the developer does not mention anything about resolutions, but I have tested on Leo and can say that WVGA works perfectly.
Note: If you are not sure what COM version you have, see here.
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Originally posted by Cloudyfa
[SOLVED] How to have latest LockScreen working on COM5
Posted June 29, 2010 at 06:00 pm by mic_888
If you are a comic book fan, and wished you could read your comic books on the go, the wait is over as XDA forum member webgandalf has developed his first Windows Mobile application!
CBZ reader is an application that lets you read CBZ files (compressed comic book files) on your Windows Mobile device, with finger scrolling up and down as well as zoom enabled. Turning pages is a breeze too – just scroll from left to right to move on or vice versa to go back a page.
Confirmed to be working on WM 6.0 and WM 6.5. Requires .net CF 3.5.
Posted June 28, 2010 at 12:00 pm by orb3000
XDA member minuted74 presents this theme based on Firestorm icons set for Cookie Home Tab. This theme is for the quick links tab on Sense and it has been taken care of to the last detail to bring a great looking theme. This theme will work on CHT 1.8 and up, on devices running Windows Mobile with 6.5 and higher.
Don´t forget to check the developer’s panorama backgroundsCFC collection too.
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Originally posted by minuted74
This is my theme for CHT 1.8.x style icons “firestorm” by Lechu (icons thread)
disable manila sense,
copy the files in \windows using total commander or similar programs, overwriting any existing
restart the sense
if you need to soft reset
Icons for changing t
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 26, 2010 at 12:00 pm by Ben Elliott
XDA member lagbaja‘s Bible reading application for Windows Phones has gained many followers due to its ease of use and the fact that it’s absolutely free, unlike many of its competitors. Recently, the app was updated to version 0.5, and while still in its beta stages of development, it is now noticeably more stable and feature-rich than its original release.
The Finger-friendly Bible App offers a very convenient solution to the problem of having to carry a several-thousand page book around with you if you want to read the Bible on the move. Designed for touchscreen devices, the software provides easy-to-navigate menus and a comprehensive list of included text. Also available are the abiliti. . . READ ON »
Posted June 25, 2010 at 09:00 pm by Ben Elliott
Due to the increasing number of HTC devices running the newest builds of HTC’s Sense interface, many themes and modifications have recently become a very popular part of the site. With respect to themes, there are massive projects which now spawned multiple applications such as GTX Sense, along with smaller, intricate, and well-finished projects such as the Fallout theme. Mods include Co0kie’s Home Tab and MaxSense, and I am sure many of you are familiar with those.
So, what actually goes into editing the Manila layout? Finding the information with which to style Manila to your own desires can be tricky. Thankfully, co-creator of the aforementioned Fallout theme and XDA member [★] has tak. . . READ ON »