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WMM Wallpaper Map Updated
A few months ago we wrote about the first version of this nice wall paper, now XDA member MikyWoW presents an updated version.
WMM Wall paper will let you have your map location as a wall paper on your Windows Mobile device. The updated version includes support for Bing Maps and includes more icons.
The developer’s work supports SQVGA, QVGA, QVGA L, VGA, WVGA, WQVGA resolutions and is compatible with Today, Sense / TouchFlo, Co0kie´s home, S2U2, and more.
Originally posted by MikyWoW
WMM Wallpaper Map
The program locates the coordinates with: CellID, GPS, or By Name and download picture of map from GoogleMaps or BingMaps and set as background.
CellID = Get ID number your BTS and search it in google database with locations of this BTS.
-Supports Today, Sense / TouchFlo, Co0kie´s home, S2U2
-You can change the map zoom and map type – Google: hybrid, satellite, roadmap, terrain. Bing: Aerial, AerialWithLabels, Road
-You can show location marker of location
-Supported resolutions: SQVGA, QVGA, QVGA L, VGA, WVGA, WQVGA
-Automatic changing in interval
You can find more information in the application thread.
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