Windows Mobile 5 doesn't let you disconnect easily from Internet, on its EV-DO network, once it's connected. You'd have to tap a few things to turn off the phone feature first. Then you'll have to turn on the phone feature. In addition, there is a bug with turning on the phone feature, which requires you to turn it on twice. The whole ordeal could take up to a minute to perform.
This Disconnect.mscr script, on the other hand, lets you disconnect from the Internet with one single tap. It doesn't even have to turn off and on the phone feature. You can reach this script easily on the Start menu by placing it into "My Device\Windows\Start Menu".
"Disconnect.mscr" requires the free MortScript interpreter to execute. So in order to use this script, you'll have to download and install MortScript on your Windows Mobile device, if you haven't already done so.
"Disconnect.mscr" is distributed as executable source code under the GNU General Public License. Please see the license agreement elsewhere on this site.
There doesn't seem to be a disconnect button on my new Verizon XP6900 (HTC Touch) either; it runs Windows Mobile 6. And this script still works great on it.
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