More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
Televideo App for Italian Members WM
Some time ago, of a group of members had dedicated their work to bring Italian members some of the best apps translated into their language. This time, XDA member fabcal presents a teletext viewer for Windows Mobile. Televideo lets you view the teletext pages for RAI. Touch corner of screen to prev/next page or entering num page with keyboard.
Working on QVGA resolutions and probably also on VGA, please test and leave feed back whether this is working or not.
Originally posted by fabcal
Televideo for Windows Mobile Phone
This thread is for members only Italians. By popular demand, here comes a teletext viewer for Windows Mobile. Why on Android and iPhone and Windows Mobile is not it? Download it from here. Instructions:
middle button = page back up the phone. Down page button below. Key sub left back, right key sub forward. Enter key returns to page 100. Touching the screen to select the Teletext regional. The x in the upper right exit.
Questo thread è solo per utenti italiani. A grande richiesta ecco a voi un visualizzatore televideo per windows mobile. Perchè su Android e su Iphone si e su Windows Mobile no? Scaricatelo da qui.
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