egzthunder1 · Dec 3, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Updated CHTScheduler for WM

Just when you thought that Sense couldn’t get any better after CHT, you get something like this. XDA member MichelDiamond has updated this wonderful application to allow your CHT (Cookie Home Tab) as well as several other things in your device, change in a pre-defined schedule. This newer version of the program focuses on fixing all of the previously present bugs, on top of the addition of certain functionality to the device. Things like toggles and foregrounds have been added to the mix. Not only that, but the app can also allow you to change sound profiles, data connections, and more at any time that you feel like it.

If you are in possession of a Windows Mobile 6.5.x device running Sense, make sure that you take this one for a spin. I am positive that the app will do the same for you. Please leave feedback for the dev.

So why do you have the same Sense theme every hour of every day? You don’t? You change it often?
Then you are aware of the effort needed to change a theme, or to change a clock or style, or to revert back to the former one.
You know, that you forget which .cab files you installed. You know how sometimes they interfere with other .cab’s.
And you know that your Sense is sometimes messed up, and needs a full reinstallation.
If you install CHT (Co0kie’s Home Tab), are you reluctant to install the skinning .cab’s for Sense again because of these problems?
And do your system settings not really suit the new installation? And do you need different views and WinMo-Settings at work, at home, in the car, in your spare time, or at night – but there is a lot of manual maintenance needed to do this, and so you make it

You can find more information in the application thread.

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