POSTS TAGGED: All Windows Mobile
Posted June 5, 2011 at 06:00 pm by egzthunder1
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 Hi Guys I just bought a Spring Evo 4G that has Gingerbread 2.3 and Cyanagen Mod 7.03. Will I be able to activate this w/ Sprint? The seller says it is a clean ESN. Or will I have to restore this (how?) to activate it?
Thanks for the help!!
A As long as the esn is clean, you should be fine. The things needed to activate a phone on your account are the imei, min, mdn, etc. These are independent of the rom. Since the imei is already in Sprint’s system, you might even be able to do it yourself (though perhaps not a good idea if you have the insur. . . READ ON »
Posted May 29, 2011 at 06:00 pm by orb3000
It is time for our weekly selection of five questions and answers found on XDA forums, and as this week HTC has been around the top stories. So, we will begin with a related question.
Remember that this Q&A might not be of help to you, but it might still be interesting to read.
Q: Is there actually anyway to obtain the new unlocked bootloader on existing devices?.
A: HTC CEO Confirms EVO 3D Will Have An Unlocked Bootloader One Way Or Another.
- Found in OFFICIAL HTC Unlock Bootloaders thread
Q: Does anyone know of a pattern lock screen for wp7? ive searched these forums , yahoo , google and the market place and only see them for windows mobile and andriod.
. . . READ ON »
A: It’s not possible at the moment, It is said
Posted May 29, 2011 at 12:00 pm by TheRomMistress
Posted May 28, 2011 at 06:00 pm by orb3000
orb3000: What’s your opinion of overall Android security?
pof: Android has been developed having security and privacy issues in mind, it has a rich security model with privilege-separated applications, per-URI permissions, signature-level app permissions, etc… However, it has a very weak point which is at the same time one of its greatest benefits: its openness. As anyone is allowed to publish anything on the market without any review prior to publishing it, this allows to put on the market malicious applications whic. . . READ ON »
Posted May 27, 2011 at 06:00 pm by egzthunder1
We all love our Android and Windows Phone 7 devices because they are wonderful pieces of technology that can do pretty much everything that we can do on a computer. However, we don’t have to forget that these great platforms are standing on the shoulders of a dying giant called Windows Mobile. This platform paved the way for what we currently have as smooth, multi-purpose devices. One use that we can give to these devices is for video editing and XDA member manhab points us to an app that has been dormant in our forums for quite sometime. The app was specifically made for VGA, but the dev brings it to us in a compatible version for QVGA devices. The app is called TrakAx and has been provided in the thread for those . . . READ ON »
Posted May 21, 2011 at 06:00 pm by orb3000
orb3000: What’s your current device?
pof: Google Nexus One (phone) and Motorola Xoom (tablet).
orb3000: What upcoming developments in the mobile world are you interested in?
pof: I think NFC and mobile payments will be the next upcoming boom, also a lot of tablet devices and TV or set top boxes running Android will come to mass-market in the near future, and this will completely change the way we are now used to consume media and entertainment. TVs are connected to the net will have also a huge impact on the advertising market: why in year 2011 I still see the same a. . . READ ON »
Posted May 9, 2011 at 09:00 pm by Ben Elliott
Can’t get enough of XDA TV since its introduction earlier this year, or find yourself missing episodes and wishing there was an easier way to keep track of the latest upload from your favourite presenter? XDA member meltwater has been working hard on a solution, and it just might be what you’re looking for.
For those looking for a more convenient way to find out when a new episode of XDA TV is available, an official podcast has been set up, allowing the newest contribution to be beamed to you through an RSS feed and watched at will.
Going hand-in-hand with this great idea is meltwater’s Podcast Updater app for Windows PCs and Windows Mobile devices, which was created due to the developer’. . . READ ON »
Posted May 5, 2011 at 09:00 am by Sam Caplat
If you’re an owner of a lovely WP7 device, you think it’s beautiful and that your OS is superior to any other, you love your device to the ends of the earth and would happily cuddle it while sle… Anyway, this is how you might feel about your device now. But that’s until you hear that Windows Phone 7, in light of events over the past few weeks, is no different to iOS and Android.
XDA user samsamuel posted a thread revealing that WP7 records your location and connection information just as much as any other phone OS. He also asked the question, “Are you scared??”. If I was to answer that, it would probably be a resounding “no”, as it has been for the last two to three weeks. . . . READ ON »
Posted May 5, 2011 at 06:00 am by Will Verduzco
Are you a ReadItLater user looking for a simple legacy Windows Mobile client without any bloat? It looks like XDA forum member s_green_22 has the app for you with LolaLaterList. With this application, you are able to access your ReadItLater profile and open the links in your Opera Mobile or Mini web browser as well as mark pages as read.
LolaLaterList, my first mobile application, is simple ReadItLater application. Today it is able to:
1) download pages saved to RIL profile
2) open page using Opera Mini/Mobile
3) mark page as read
4) send read pages back to RIL server
5) search through local page list
While the application’s feature list is currently a bit baren, the developer has big plans for future upda. . . READ ON »