orb3000 · Nov 28, 2011 at 12:48 pm

Windows Phone 7 Advanced Configuration Tool

It is always appreciated to have tools that let you adjust more into deep your experience with your device, and this is an example of that. Advanced Configuration Tool presented by XDA member schaps features the option to customize panels and widgets with interactive backgrounds, including a launcher for applications and games, a file explorer and contact manager, among other interesting things to play with.

The latest version 1.5 supports Mango HTC (first generation only), Samsung, and LG devices. Please leave your comments and thanks for reading.

Originally posted by bigtime1
Advanced Configuration Tool for WP7 allows you to customize themes, sounds, tiles, icons and to tweak your phone.
It is currently compatible with HTC, Samsung and LG WP7.
New in version 1.5.0.0:
Improved support of Mango
Fix unexpected errors and crashes
(now shows up in apps)

thanks again Julien Schapman your hard work is appreciated.

Continue on to the application thread to find more information.


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