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uTask for WM
If you are looking for an easy way to re assign the virtual keys on your Windows Mobile device, then this application, developed by XDA member ultrashot, may be of your interest. uTask will let you perform actions such as standard action, launch .exe files, minimize current program, close current program, and show start menu in one click. On the latest version, you will find features like added immediate position fix, added special menu for tool bars, and added “Open start menu” action. The developer states all previous bugs have been fixed.
Working only in WM 6.5.3 versions.
Originally posted by ultrashot
[APP][06-Dec-10] uTask v1.1 – reassignment of virtual softkeys in WM6.5.3
Compatibility: only Windows Mobile 6.5.3. Any resolution is supported, but I haven’t checked this program on any resolution except WVGA.
1) Reassignment of virtual keys such as “Windows” and “X”
Minimize current program
Close current program
Show start menu
2) Task Manager icon on “Today” screen.
You can assign any task manager to this button. Later I will make my own interface.
3) Position Fix for old windows.
Attention! Some applications simply CAN’T work as expected in fixed mode. They HAVE to be added into exceptions list!
Exception list supports masks. For example, if you enter “SPBWEATHER*”, all window classes starting with “SPBWEATHER” will be excluded.
Also there is a confurator inside.
Continue to the application thread here.
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