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Here is an App to help you assign the calendar and Contacts Hard keys to whtever you wish .

I have changed Calendar to New SMS :shock:

Here is how .

SoftKeyApplet.exe Change the .exe to a cpl left clic rename to SoftKeyApplet.cpl ( Not sure why I had to rename to post )

tnsms.exe

Install both these files into your Windows directory . Soft rest , go into your settings and a new applet will be there to change the buttons .

DON'T FORGET TO SOFT RESET & RENAME THE .EXE PART OF SoftKeyApplet.exe TO SoftKeyApplet.cpl

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Here is an App to help you assign the calendar and Contacts Hard keys to whtever you wish .

I have changed Calendar to New SMS  :shock:

Here is how .

SoftKeyApplet.exe    Change the .exe to a cpl left clic rename to SoftKeyApplet.cpl ( Not sure why I had to rename to post )

tnsms.exe

Install both these files into your Windows directory . Soft rest , go into your settings and a new applet will be there to change the buttons .

DON'T FORGET TO SOFT RESET  & RENAME THE .EXE PART OF SoftKeyApplet.exe TO SoftKeyApplet.cpl

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

I have another version by changing the regsitry

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Today\Keys]

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Today\Keys\112]

@="Mail"

"Open"="\"\\Windows\\tmail.exe\""

or unzip the mail.zip, copy it your pocket pc by using install with Resco registry to install the file.

mail.zip

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This SoftKey thing's cool

I didn't want the New SMS, so I didn't bother with it before.

I just tried it on it's own and now I've got Comm Mgr and Messaging.

Thanks

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This SoftKey thing's cool

I didn't want the New SMS, so I didn't bother with it before.

I just tried it on it's own and now I've got Comm Mgr and Messaging.

Thanks

Gents,

Is there any way to get the "call history" on there?

TIA

Syphon

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Is there any way to get the "call history" on there?

If you can create a shortcut to the app then yes you can add it (you probably knew that already)

What I don't know is how you can create a shortcut direct to the Call History though.

I'm pretty sure the T-Mobile Wizard ROM includes a call history shortcut in the Start Menu... mine's got an imate ROM now though

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This is really nice! Thanks very much! A great example of cool stuff you can do with a Windows Mobile device. Works great on my AT&T Tilt!

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Holy old thread resurrection batman ;)

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Holy old thread resurrection batman ;)

P

Im still using it :( on my Tytn ii

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i dont know why it is not working for me...

i dled both files, then changed the softappletkey to cpl...

i copied it onto my phone unders the Windows file through file explorer....

am i copying it into the right file?

thanks for your help

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Did you soft-reset?

once you do the control panel applet for SoftKeys will show under Start>Settings

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Did you soft-reset?

once you do the control panel applet for SoftKeys will show under Start>Settings

For some reason it is not showing up anywhere in my settings, I am using a sprint touch...think thats why?

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Mine showed up under star>setting>system tab and works great thanks

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Here is an App to help you assign the calendar and Contacts Hard keys to whtever you wish .

I have changed Calendar to New SMS :shock:

Here is how .

SoftKeyApplet.exe Change the .exe to a cpl left clic rename to SoftKeyApplet.cpl ( Not sure why I had to rename to post )

tnsms.exe

Install both these files into your Windows directory . Soft rest , go into your settings and a new applet will be there to change the buttons .

DON'T FORGET TO SOFT RESET & RENAME THE .EXE PART OF SoftKeyApplet.exe TO SoftKeyApplet.cpl

This works great on my HTC 6800!

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WOW :( Great Appl, Thanks.

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