High Tech, 25 Feb 2010They do work in Spb Shell I've changed a couple so far (S2U2 lock, Xda Shutdown, Adobe, File E... moreWell you are halfway there then.
Because I go file explore and calendar to change.
After you change the icon from the program
Open “File Explore” and go to…..
My Device/Application Data/HTC/ProgLauncher
Find the files that icons did not change after the reboot and delete them. Then reboot
(note: That folder is a icon catch)
There are two calendars so you may have to delete HTC_calendar and change its icon as well.
Anthony, 25 Feb 2010High Tech I tried the icons and they work. But that is not for SPB, only for Win Mo UI &... moreThey do work in Spb Shell I've changed a couple so far (S2U2 lock, Xda Shutdown, Adobe, File Explor, calendar, and format SD card). Those flow through all UI's. The calendar, and file explor one's only show on Spb and not Sense UI..... I used the app you used to change icons... On that same site it's another app (JWMD Icon Changer) that U can use to change all icons in all UI's.......
Need someone more technical than me to get these icons as my main icons to flow through all UI's (Spb shell, Sense, etc.). I've been trying to follow the steps on the site, but to avail... Need someone to try these icons (they look cool), and post steps for me and others to do???? Anthony is going to try them when he gets time, but until then if others are technical try them and post steps.... Thank You.... I will keep trying myself. I have the app and icons stored on my microSD card. I don't know if that makes a diff or not (if it has to be stored in main memory???).
Here's the link:
I was looking for icons like these (for Spb, etc). If anyone know of more icons like these, post the link....... I've seen Spb Shell videos with these icons on the HD2. So someone knows how to do it?????????????????????????
High Tech, 25 Feb 2010Found these COOL icons for the HD2 (WM6.5). Tried to get them to work, but I'm not that techni... moreHigh Tech
I tried the icons and they work.
But that is not for SPB, only for Win Mo UI & Sense UI
You have to install CSMI and use that to change any program icon you want to change.
(Version 1.4b is the latest version)
Then reboot to see the change.
If after a reboot the icon didn’t change it means it is in the catch.
All you have to do is open “file explorer” on the phone and go to…
“My Device/Application Data/HTC/ProgLauncher” and delete the file with the name of the program who’s icon you want to change, then reboot.
High Tech, 25 Feb 2010Hey guys and gals. I found this nice weather app (for only $5.00)... It gives you the Sense we... moreIf you downloaded and tried the weather app. Post your response good or bad on the app, so others will know how the app is?????
Angel from PA,USA, 25 Feb 2010Hi guys,I have 2 questions please 1- what time is the real battery life,and 2- if I put skype ... moreBattery life depends on how you use the phone. No 2 people use there phone the same way, so there is no way to say how long it will last for you.
Skype for Mobile phones does not support video call so I does not matter if the mobile phone you buy has a front camera or not, skype still will not do video calls.
Hi guys,I have 2 questions please 1- what time is the real battery life,and 2- if I put skype on this phone can I make scype videocall or no? If somebody can help me I will be happy Thanks!
Krai, 25 Feb 2010Thank 4 ur help.Do u use task switcher??can i use start key instead call key?excuse me, could ... moreWindow mobile lets you multi-task the task switcher works and look just like pressing Alt+Tab on a XP PC (all it lets you do is switch between multiple opened programs fast.
A task manager does much more.
Its like pressing ALT+Ctrl+Delete on a PC you will
Running apps & Processes
Able to close them
Able to switch between them
See memory used.
See CPU usage.
(Not all people want to see all that. They just want to switch between programs)
I use the task switcher and also loaded default Task manager to my quick links
Boltonwolf, 25 Feb 2010Hi,
I've currently got a Touch Diamond, the first version, and its great in concept however... more1) HD2 has more RAM and CPU so it is a lot faster.
2) HD2 has a Proximity Sensor
3) HD2 has a capacitive screen so it is very responsive some people think it is too responsive.
Hey guys and gals. I found this nice weather app (for only $5.00)... It gives you the Sense weather feel in other UI's like Spb Shell... When U use the Spb UI U don't get the Sense weather, but now you can with this weather app. I use Spb Shell UI after work and wanted weather app... Try the pro version for 15 days (the pro version has other options like 7 day forcast, etc.)... It's only $5 bucks for pro version... Here's the link:
Boltonwolf, 25 Feb 2010Hi, I've currently got a Touch Diamond, the first version, and its great in concept however... moreBuy the HD2 and all your problems will be over.... I've owned it for about 4 months now, and LOVE it..... The phone is fully customizable to the way you want it... I have three UI's on my HD2 (Touch Flo 3D, Spb Mobile Shell, and Titanium (WM6.5.X)). I can switch btwn the three anytime I want without problems. I use Sense UI during the day at work, and use Spb Shell at home (play).... I still have the Sense weather with a weather app I found (for only $5.00). It rivals Sense weather..... So to sum it up, you cannot go wrong with the HD2. Or you can wait for WM7 this holiday season, but you want be able to customize the phone like the HD2...... So the choice is yours??????????
I've currently got a Touch Diamond, the first version, and its great in concept however really lacking as a phone and I'm wondering if these have been sorted out in the newer phones
Little things have proved really frustrating
1) Takes an age to answer a call, sometime missing the call
2) no proximity unlike the iPhone so you can end a call with your ear mid conversation
3) Really unresponsive, click on something and it does not happen, end up clicking over and over again.
Trying to decide on whether to stick with HTC or move away, I'd really miss windows if I moved away.
Any feedback will be gratefully received
Nicholas, 25 Feb 2010oh its ok. once it is done you can tell me the result.
ThanksI let my battery die in work today and charged the phone from the USB port on the monitor.
It took 3 hours to charge with the phone off.
Next time it dies I try to charge from the wall, it should take less time.
I also found a batter test from HTC. when I get time to do it, I will give my results.
Anthony, 25 Feb 2010Tell your Cousin to come to this site. Give his/her ROM info and a detail description of ALL ... morethanks anthony for your response your input is valuable to all hd2 users , i definetly learned a lot from you.
Anthony, 25 Feb 2010You can install a task switcher to the "answer key" when you press it for 3 sec it ... moreThank 4 ur help.Do u use task switcher??can i use start key instead call key?excuse me, could u pleas describe all the function of task manager??what is the diffferent between task manager and task switcher?
Guys. here the nice cab for u to easily toggle On/Off Bluetooth, WiFi ,Data and soft reset . After install the cab, just past the icon on manila shot cut. enjoy ^_^ http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=601203
Krai, 25 Feb 2010Hi everyone that have experient from use this phone.i wonder about its mutitask.i check old po... moreYou can install a task switcher to the "answer key"
when you press it for 3 sec it pops up and look just like "Alt+Tab" on a "XP PC"
I you want to be able to close programs that are running without having to go in long menus. Put the task manager on the quick link or load a task manager to the task bar.
You can also install a task switcher that is also a task manager to the “answer Key” which is activated when you hold it for 3 sec. (this last option I find don’t look as good.)
Krai, 25 Feb 2010Hi everyone that have experient from use this phone.i wonder about its mutitask.i check old po... moreyou can install a task switcher to the "answer key"
when you press it for 3 sec it pops up and look just like "Alt+Tab" on a "XP PC"