orb3000 · Mar 3, 2011 at 08:49 pm

ToshibaStripesMenu for Windows Mobile

Do you remember the menu used on the first Toshiba TG01 devices with Windows Mobile?, well now XDA member mirolg has ported it to work on more devices. ToshibaStripesMenu works on WM 6.1 and later and to install it, simply disable all items in the home screen, then install it, and it’s ready to use. Some members have reported some bugs on their devices and the developer is working on an updated version correcting the issues. No doubt, this is a nice home screen to have in mind.
If you like it, please let us know if it´s working or not. Your feedback is very important.

Originally posted by mirolg
ToshibaStripesMenu from last UK 6.5 ROM

ToshibaStripesMenu from last UK 6.5 ROM

for the best: before install the cab, disable all items in home menu, install time is about 1,5 min.(deactivate auto standby or set the stanby time higher) install the cab. no restart needed. go back in home settings, toshiba menu is now selected. press ok and toshiStripes starts!

works on 6.1 ROM, 6.5 ROM and 6.5.5 ROM (6.5.3 i think also)
(i must add a few files to works on every device)

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