POSTS TAGGED: Windows Mobile 6.5
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.
Posted October 16, 2010 at 12:00 am by Ben Elliott
XDA member and increasingly more well-known graphics modifier davej has recently come up with another addition to his long line of HTC Sense modifications.
davej’s recoloured Contacts and Messaging icons offer a quick solution the problem of your phone’s Sense interface looking stale and tired. The original alternative icons, attached in the thread’s first post, include all of the small, square buttons found in the People tab of Manila. However, davej has frequently updated the thread, adding new modifications along the way such as SMS icons and message avatars.
Posted October 13, 2010 at 09:00 pm by orb3000
Making a time travel trough the infinite threads floating around we found WaitCursor, an application created by XDA member Marshall07 that will let you change the wait cursor on your Windows Mobile device. A big collection of many different style icons to change your actual cursor can be found on the developer’s original thread. You can even create your own wait cursor.
Despite the app is quite old still has good acceptance from members with newer devices. Working on WM6.5 and up for VGA and QVGA resolutions.
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Originally posted by Marshall07
[APP - 27th Mar 2009] MWC3 Transparent WaitCursor
MWC3 (Marshall WaitCursor 3) is an application that replaces the default Windows Mobile WaitCursor. It is not a wa
Posted October 13, 2010 at 06:00 am by orb3000
I´m sure more than one had at least one time to disable your Sense/Manila for any reason, if so you´ll remember that too many steps are needed to get there. Well, thanks to XDA member AndiCP, this action has been reduced to it´s minimum, now needing only one step to switch on/off Sense UI.
The developer also has provided the source code and a registry hack so you can do more with the application.
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Originally posted by AndiCP
[APP] SenseControl – Control your Sense
today I have something new for you: SenseControl.
With this very small app you can enable/disable SenseUI with one tap.
You will get two shortcuts (which you can use with SmartBoot my free boot manager for WM) in your start menu to easily enabl
Posted October 12, 2010 at 03:00 am by orb3000
XDA member OndraSter presents another 100% working hack for your Windows Mobile device. LockScreenPatcher was developed as per members request as it was enabled only for LG Fathom device, now working on Rhodium and for sure in any other device with same resolution running WM6.5 and up.
This control is for Windows Media Player, not HTC player. A video of the hack working can be found in the original thread.
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Originally posted by OndraSter
[APP] Patch your lockscreen to enable MEDIA CONTROL and GESTURES (gest. are on TODO)
another of my (working) hacks, this time it is, everybody’s wanted, LOCKSCREEN MEDIA CONTROL! We know that it was enabled on LG Fathom device, but I just made it working even on my TP2
Posted October 11, 2010 at 09:00 pm by orb3000
It has been months of waiting to see the work of XDA member _LeCiel_. Now the waiting has ended as the developer just published this awaited theme for Windows Mobile devices. Well known Chef NRGZ28, famous for his Energy ROMs for several devices, has included Sencity as well in his latest releases.
This full theme includes a phone canavas, new icons, boot screens, and a nice purple wall paper, including all Manila tabs.
On this first release, still on beta stage, WVGA devices with Sense 2.5 and CHT 1.8.5 are supported.
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Originally posted by _LeCiel_
[PRJ][THEME] .sencity 0.5 (beta) | WVGA Sense 2.5 CHT 1.8.5
disable Sense (Start Menu > Settings > Today > Items > HTC Sense)
Posted October 11, 2010 at 12:00 pm by Ben Elliott
Those of you who own a non-Snapdragon powered device will be overly popular with one of Windows Mobile’s most-seen animations: the wait cursor. When you’re running your favourite applications or simply trying to send a text message, you know it’s not good news if you see the rotating coloured orbs.
Interestingly, the wait cursor seems to be one of the least-frequently customised aspects of the default Windows Mobile interface. XDA member davej is hoping to change that with the release of an addition package to the popular Marshall WaitCursor 3.0 animation-changing application.
davej’s designs include a rotating, colour-changing globe and the radioactivity label and are sur. . . READ ON »
Posted October 10, 2010 at 06:00 pm by Ben Elliott
Without letting it slip to the general public, Co0kieMonster slyly added another layer to the HTC Sense homescreen in the latest release of Co0kie’s Home Tab. This was requested by XDA developer m0bmentality, and its purpose has only recently been revealed.
This week, m0bmentality introduced the ForeLayer modification. This small yet entertaining addition to the list of ways in which CHT enhances your phone’s interface allows you to add overlays to your homescreen without them affecting its responsiveness. For example, designs such as windows, animals, splashes of water and smashing effects can be positioned on top of your device’s widgets, staying stationary when you swipe to . . . READ ON »