WenWM · Apr 2, 2010 at 02:11 pm

Windows Mobile Dialer Collection

Windows phones are well known for being the most customizable, from the UI to the dialers. This is about a thread created by a member in our Tilt forum that goes by the name Philux-X. It contains just about all the different dialers in the Windows world, custom user skins and more.

Originally posted by Philux-X

I wanted to start a thread for dialers I have come across over time. I did not make any of them I am just simply putting them all in one convenient easy to find area. So thank you to all that have made/ported these great dialers. To get this started the first post will be 2G dialers only and the second post will be 3G dialers. They will be listed newest to oldest.
If you do not know the difference, a 2G dialer is for voice only whereas a 3G dialer is for video calling if your device supports it (Has a front facing camera.) Please note that the 2G and 3G have nothing to do with your connection, it just simply differentiate weather it has voice only (2G) or video and voice (3G).
Unless it says in the description working with WM 6.5.3 Builds 23053 and up, the dialer will only work with older builds of WM 6.1 and lower.

The list is updated on a regular basis, check out the thread to find something you like.


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