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Cadang

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[15 Jan 2012] Update
- Advanced Break: Break any number or any range numbers(using 'x' for any number from 0 ->9)..
- Phone number format supported
[05 Jan 2012] Update
- WM services, native C++ for smaller program.
- Block incoming call
- Vibrate on connection.
....

Well,
Sorry about my bad English!
This is my first program for my phone - I8000 WM6 base.
There're large number of programs for Windows Mobile but I cant found one that cut off my call in setting time. I think it so easy...
Therefore, I try to make it by myseft. I heard about .NET and Visual Studio can programming for WM.


And now, it work with few function.
- Break your call at setting time.
- Setting with income/ outcall independent time.
- Within last 10second, your phone will make an alert vibrate.
- Continue your call with press Dont break button. (it appear when your phone make vibrate, disappear after 5second)
- No more!

How to use.
- You need install .NETCF 3.5 to run it.
- Install this cab, restart your phone.
- In the first run, let config it.
- Dont tap x button, just press Hide and now it working for you.
- to show it again, let open Call Break in start menu.
- It dont use real time clock, so that setting time out less than you need for safe.


Thanks!
It works good on the emulator and my phone. If there something wrong, just tell me.

[Update]
New timer, as real time clock.

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Edited by Cadang, 21 January 2012 - 01:48 PM.

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xilsoh

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Hi... I've been looking a program like this one... its works fine... but I can see that it works as a regular program and not as a service... could you do it?... if it works as a simple program then WinMo will close it when managing memory to let other programs continue working... so, I think it will be better to be run as service in the background... But anyway thanks for your SW... bye

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Hi... I've been looking a program like this one... its works fine... but I can see that it works as a regular program and not as a service... could you do it?... if it works as a simple program then WinMo will close it when managing memory to let other programs continue working... so, I think it will be better to be run as service in the background... But anyway thanks for your SW... bye


Hi, it now a real WM services, not regular program, more function.. and smaller,

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Hi! I'm writing you because I want to learn make a program similar like this. Can you share with me the code? Thanks :)

[15 Jan 2012] Update
- Advanced Break: Break any number or any range numbers(using 'x' for any number from 0 ->9)..
- Phone number format supported
[05 Jan 2012] Update
- WM services, native C++ for smaller program.
- Block incoming call
- Vibrate on connection.
....

Well,
Sorry about my bad English!
This is my first program for my phone - I8000 WM6 base.
There're large number of programs for Windows Mobile but I cant found one that cut off my call in setting time. I think it so easy...
Therefore, I try to make it by myseft. I heard about .NET and Visual Studio can programming for WM.


And now, it work with few function.
- Break your call at setting time.
- Setting with income/ outcall independent time.
- Within last 10second, your phone will make an alert vibrate.
- Continue your call with press Dont break button. (it appear when your phone make vibrate, disappear after 5second)
- No more!

How to use.
- You need install .NETCF 3.5 to run it.
- Install this cab, restart your phone.
- In the first run, let config it.
- Dont tap x button, just press Hide and now it working for you.
- to show it again, let open Call Break in start menu.
- It dont use real time clock, so that setting time out less than you need for safe.


Thanks!
It works good on the emulator and my phone. If there something wrong, just tell me.

[Update]
New timer, as real time clock.


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EagleKnight

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I' ve been searching for this kind of app for some time. Great app. Thanks dude!!! :D

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Wow!! this is the program that i was looking for about 2 years!!! Thanks very much.!! Could you put some option to recall the number after it hang up? if yes it would be nice! thanks again







[15 Jan 2012] Update
- Advanced Break: Break any number or any range numbers(using 'x' for any number from 0 ->9)..
- Phone number format supported
[05 Jan 2012] Update
- WM services, native C++ for smaller program.
- Block incoming call
- Vibrate on connection.
....

Well,
Sorry about my bad English!
This is my first program for my phone - I8000 WM6 base.
There're large number of programs for Windows Mobile but I cant found one that cut off my call in setting time. I think it so easy...
Therefore, I try to make it by myseft. I heard about .NET and Visual Studio can programming for WM.


And now, it work with few function.
- Break your call at setting time.
- Setting with income/ outcall independent time.
- Within last 10second, your phone will make an alert vibrate.
- Continue your call with press Dont break button. (it appear when your phone make vibrate, disappear after 5second)
- No more!

How to use.
- You need install .NETCF 3.5 to run it.
- Install this cab, restart your phone.
- In the first run, let config it.
- Dont tap x button, just press Hide and now it working for you.
- to show it again, let open Call Break in start menu.
- It dont use real time clock, so that setting time out less than you need for safe.


Thanks!
It works good on the emulator and my phone. If there something wrong, just tell me.

[Update]
New timer, as real time clock.


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