POSTS TAGGED: All Windows Mobile
Posted September 20, 2011 at 03:22 pm by orb3000
It´s no secret that XDA TV is becoming more popular every day. We love everything from seeing SassiBob showing a new app, Samcaplat reviewing things with his nice British accent, or azrienoch´s editorials telling what others don´t dare say. In order to compliment the full experience, XDA member nathanpc presents a web application to see XDA TV.
As it uses WebKit, it should work on any operating system including Android, Symbian, Windows Phone 7, modern desktop browsers, and iOS.
The developer is waiting for your reports, so please let him know about any malfunction or bug present on version 1.3.
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Originally posted by nathanpc
XDA TV v1.3
Now you can have all the XDA TV videos wherever you go using this web ap
Posted September 19, 2011 at 11:01 am by -PiLoT-
The recent XDA TV article by Azrienoch & cajunflavouredbob reminded me of the old days, when the HTC logo looked like this. Because of this, I was reminded of some of the old things released that really changed how we use and view our devices and also changed what we came to expect from the device manufacturers.
The first game changer I want to look at is HTC Home. This was the first incarnation of what would eventually come to be HTC Sense. It ran on windows mobile as a plug-in for the home screen and instead of displaying widgets that can be freely moved around to suit the users needs, it displayed one of 5 or 6 things on half the screen.
The first was the “home” tab, this displayed a large digital style clo. . . READ ON »
Posted August 30, 2011 at 12:45 pm by egzthunder1
Just to show that the fact that a device may be old does not mean it is dead, we have some interesting news for Blue Angel owners. I know it is likely a known trick as this comes from the HTC Mega, but XDA member zainuintel made a thread where he provides step by step instructions on how to run one of the most popular games in mobile device history on one of the best and most robust devices in HTC’s history: Angry Birds on the HTC Blue Angel. The best part is that you do not even need Android to do this as it is a java emulated version. You will be required to use some sort of a java player on your device such as JBlend, which happens to be the one that is recommended by the OP. According to zainuintel, the app should be compat. . . READ ON »
Posted August 30, 2011 at 09:13 am by mic_888
Windows Mobile device owners out there will be familiar with registry backup tools and may be interested to hear about another variant – Settings Explorer by XDA member Skrobel.
The tool backs up the vital system/user/programs settings and parameters to a .reg file, which enables the user to quickly restore the settings after a flash or HR.
Settings Explorer exports either a single registry key (with all the values and subkeys) or whole registry. The tool is able to store:
- single registry values in one key;
- several registry values in one key;
- all the values of a key but without the subkeys;
- values which names start with a certain string;
- values which names end with a certain string;
- values containing a c
Posted August 18, 2011 at 06:00 pm by Will Verduzco
Are you a developer? Are you a theme creator? Are you an end user? Do you have a pulse? The truth is that it doesn’t matter who or what you are; you’ve probably used an MD5 calculator at some point. In fact, if you flash ROMs often, you probably even one this week to make sure that the latest CyanogenMod nightly wasn’t corrupted in transit. After all, no one likes the boot loop blues.
To that end, XDA Recognized Developer D4rKn3sSyS has created a simple Windows application that makes MD5 generation easy! You’re a simple drag-and-drop away from generating that ubiquitous and tutelary, but otherwise-useless checksum. In the words of the developer:
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Hello, this is a basic software
Posted August 7, 2011 at 12:00 pm by orb3000
This time we won´t write about any application, tweak, or trick. This time we wanted to show you what members have been posting all around XDA. There are threads for many devices where the community has provided screenshots of how they have set up their home screen. You can find some amazing stuff people have done to make their homescreens beautiful and personal. Hopefully some of these ideas will inspire you to create your very own look.
You can find these threads in most Themes and Apps sections around XDA. Here some examples of them for you to enjoy:
Have you found another one? Please shar. . . READ ON »
Posted July 27, 2011 at 12:00 am by Will Verduzco
Not too long ago, we covered a rather unique looking keyboard skin for Windows Mobile by XDA forum member aedon. Now, upon request, he has created another keyboard skin meant to deliver the look and feel of the gorgeously minimal Windows Phone 7 keyboard.
Retaining the same functionality as his previous work, this skin works in every layout as well. Who said that Windows Mobile is dead? In the words of the developer:
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I had a few Requests to make a keyboard that resembles the Windows 7 Phone onscreen keyboard.
This keyboard Will skin every layout in your phone. It will also require an aditional step other then just installing the cab, as the cab will only skin the layouts, it will not change the letters to wh
Posted July 26, 2011 at 12:00 am by orb3000
For Windows Mobile lovers, XDA member iwfratz posted an update to WiMoSpeed, a good tool to over clock your CPU. As mentioned by the developer, the application lets you change the CPU-speed by manipulating the values WM uses for clock control, which makes the app work reliably on battery and AC without any scripting or active components. It´s important to understand that by using this tool, you may damage your device, so make sure that you know how to proceed.
To download this app, go to the original thread and download the cab.
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Originally posted by iwfratz
[APP] WiMoSpeed: [2011-06-22] V1.08
– USE THIS TOOL AT YOUR OWN RISK !!
– Overclocking your cpu may damage your device.
Posted July 24, 2011 at 09:50 am by orb3000
XDA member Matt_Williams told us about iSCSI Initiator for Windows Mobile devices. The application will let you connect your WM device to your hard drive whenever you are over WiFi or mobile connection. It can be installed on any Windows Embedded device or Windows Mobile phone. Upon installation, it can be connected to already existing iSCSI Targets and to increase security, using a CHAP user authorization is recommended. You can see a video preview of how this app works.
You will be able to use it to access your hard drive when not at home, copy data directly from mobile device to a backup drive, and automatically save pictures from your phone to your hard drive, among other features.
The developer will be plea. . . READ ON »