Windows Phone7 style Idialer for Windows Mobile QVGA
Do you think Windows Mobile development has stopped? Well, perhaps it has slowed down but it is still active. Proof of that is the Windows Phone 7 style Idialer presented by XDA member 72ls1. This one is specially for the good old QVGA Windows Mobile devices. It includes speed dial, portrait and landscape dialers, and call progress screens. Now you can have the look and feel of the newer operating system on your device on this nicely designed application.
Originally posted by 72ls1
QVGA WP7 Idialer with Speed Dial (Portrait & Landscape)
QVGA IDialer WP7 w/ Speeddial
Portrait and Landscape Dialers and Call Progress Screens
I made this a while ago and have been using and keep seeing people ask about the continuation of Livvens skin. I made mine after seeing his. I didnt like that the speed dial was gone and contacts. I found a Iphone one and re-skinned it.
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