POSTS TAGGED: All Windows Mobile
Posted July 20, 2011 at 09:00 am by orb3000
Hey Windows Mobile users out there! You are still using the second most used operating system around this big community and thus, we have not forgotten about articles for the grandfather of all OS´.
This time, we’ll talk about WebCamera Plus by XDA member manhab. Now you can transform your device into a to high-resolution web-camera. The application features capture device screen and transmit video to Desktop PC, FTP-Camera feature, transmit pictures directly from device on your FTP serve, and transmit FTP-camera in real time from any place, amongst more. The app will work through any connection: USB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPRS, 3G, LAN, WiMAX, and is available in 19 languages.
Please let the develo. . . READ ON »
Posted July 20, 2011 at 03:00 am by orb3000
How many of you are having problems with the default GPS application on your device? I bet there are several of us having some issues. XDA member AngelDeath took upon the task to work on current GPS issues and got a script that will improve your actual location. It´s available for 62 countries around the globe and promises to make satellite locks much faster. The developer mentions that the results you get with this script may depend on your ROM, which can make a big difference, as well as your location, and weather. This is working for several devices like Inspire 4G and not only the HD2.
Please let us know whether is working or not for you. This will be helpful to fix bugs.
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Originally posted by AngelDeath
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Posted July 18, 2011 at 12:00 am by orb3000
Welcome to week 44 of our weekly Questions and Answers article. We select five questions that might not be of help to you, but it might still be interesting to read or to pass on to someone who might be looking for that answer.
Q: Does Screen Filter app really work to lower battery usage? Or is it just a placebo effect? Can I set my screen to 100% and use the filter to save batt?
A: Depends on the screen, but you can still benefit from Screen Filter because it will make your screen not as bright to your eyes, which is good if you need to use it at night and don’t want to be blinded/wake up your spouse/whatever.
- Found in the Questions and Answers section.
Q: Put a new SD card in the samsung focus. It isnt reading it. I am sure i ha. . . READ ON »
Posted July 17, 2011 at 12:00 am by orb3000
Welcome to another episode of XDA-Interviews, where we try to talk with those members that have been developing on XDA to bring us great ROM´s and applications.
This time, we will talk with Faryaab, a 14 year old Chef who is actively working on the XPERIA X1, the HTC Desire, and on the Samsung Galaxy S.
orb3000: Thanks a lot Faryaab for giving us some time for this interview. So, you are 14 years old, I dare to ask how long have you been developing and how did it all start?
Faryaab: It all started from my HTC Wizard. I wanted Windows Mobile 6 on it and was searching a lot in Google and came on this site first i was blown away with the work the developers had done. Then i started flashing my Wizard I was a really happy user. The same . . . READ ON »
Posted July 15, 2011 at 09:00 pm by Will Verduzco
Are you a Windows Mobile user who has grown tired of the lackluster looks of the stock onscreen qwerty keyboard? Luckily, you are able to try different layouts. However, if you’ve ever tried to download a keyboard theme, you have surely found that most only modify the QWERTY layout.
Luckily, XDA forum member aedon has created a theme that modifies every layout. This theme is available in three versions, all of which deliver a much needed touch of love to the aging OS so many still swear by. In the words of the developer:
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So you’ve tried looking for keyboard skins before and were excited about the great new look it gave your phone right?
BUT You were dissapointed to find that it only skinned the
Posted July 10, 2011 at 11:11 pm by mic_888
Every week, we select five questions and answers, found on the forums. Even though some of these questions and answers might not be of help to you, they might still be interesting to read.
Q‘My phone constantly runs out of battery when I need it the most,what can I use as a backup?’
A Try Power Fort portable battery chargers, charges one full cycle on the Desire.
- Q&A originally posted in the HTC Desire thread.
Q‘Does anyone have a video player that’s working on this build that’ll play .avi files? I keep getting a message “The file cannot be played with the System Player” when I use RockPlayer?’
A Try MoboPlayer, it has played avi files successfully in the pas. . . READ ON »
Posted June 30, 2011 at 03:00 pm by egzthunder1
For as long as we have been here, we have always been faced with difficulties, lack of support, faulty hardware, and seemingly locked-beyond comprehension devices. Nine times out of ten, all the blame will go against manufacturers, you know… those multi-national evil corporations that do nothing else but to bring us the very products that we seem to spend our money, time, and energy on. Apparently, these faceless entities have everything in their control and will give nothing in return to us mere mortals. That is a world wide perception of facts in this technology world of ours, but is it the right perception?
The world as we know it is a global economy with many companies closely tied up in their operation. . . READ ON »
Posted June 9, 2011 at 09:00 am by orb3000
Today is a sad day for Windows Mobile users because Microsoft decided to put an end to Windows Mobile Marketplace and MyPhone services. Many threads are surfacing throughout XDA about the same topic and this is because people who were using those services are being notified by a diplomatic e-mail.
Basically, both services will stop working as per the following schedule:
My Phone back-ups stop 7 August, 2011
My Phone web site closes 6 October, 2011
You may want to backup some of your data because Microsoft will provide automatic migration/backup only for:
Contacts (csv), Calendar items (ics), Text messages (txt), and Photos (jpg, jpeg, gif, png, tif, fit, wbmp, bmp, opl, n3a, ota). Other data such as video, doc. . . READ ON »
Posted June 6, 2011 at 09:00 pm by orb3000
Here’s another interesting option to interconnect your devices, presented by XDA member adils3d, who found a great free software that will let you connect to your PC via your Windows Mobile device no matter where you are located. You will be capable of doing almost everything as if you were in front of your computer: transfer files, send mail, etc. The original poster includes a step-by-step guide to complete the process with videos for added simplicity. This method has been tested on Xperia X2 and can be found for both Touch screen and non touch screen devices.
Please leave us your feedback.
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Originally posted by adils3d
Access your computer from any where in the world with your windows mobile device.