mic_888 · Dec 31, 2010 at 09:07 pm

RemoteExecute – A WP7 Developer Tool

If you fancy doing a bit of developing on WP7, take a look at RemoteExecute – a developer tool put together by XDA Senior Moderator l3v5y.

The moderator has been digging around the Windows Phone Developer Tools and this is his first release. RemoteExecute lets you run any program that’s already on the mobile device, supplying a path and any parameters.

Currently only connecting to the first WP7 device that it finds (not emulators), l3v5y has mentioned that it could connect to any device or emulator but will require an interface to be coded fro it.

The tool may require an unlocked developer device.

For more information and to download the file, head on over the application thread.

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