POSTS TAGGED: LG Optimus 7
Posted February 17, 2011 at 12:00 am by egzthunder1
XDA member fb401 comes bearing some gifts from the world of LG and Windows Phone 7. Surely, the carriers and manufacturers are putting a lot of time and effort into the apps that they create for mobile devices, but as we are all a little bit envious, we want to have them for other devices as well. With that in mind, the dev has dumped the OEM apps for the LG Panther and has shared them with the rest of the community. It is worth noting that, while the XAP are available, many of them are specifically coded to work only on the devices they were meant for. So, until someone comes through and ports these apps (or breaks the code that locks the apps to the specific device), there may not be a lot of use for many of them.
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Posted November 18, 2010 at 03:00 am by egzthunder1
So, we finally see some good level hacking going on for WP7. This time, XDA member Space! has posted a very interesting guide in the LG Optimus 7 section. Those of you familiar with previous incarnations of WM (particularly CDMA devices) will probably remember EPST (or PST), which basically allows you to mess with many parameters of your radio device. This holds all the important information like your phone number, internet settings, priority for connection to towers, data parameters, and much more. MFG, seems to have similar possibilities as it allows, according to the member, to modify many of the aforementioned parameters plus some registry settings, and even could allow you to use the phone as a wireless . . . READ ON »
Posted November 4, 2010 at 12:00 pm by egzthunder1
We are very close to the release of the first Windows Phone 7 devices in the US and because of that, we decided that we would add, due to popular demand, a few extra device forums for people to have a place to play in. This time, we decided to add two new devices from the LG family (the Quantum and the Optimus 7) as well as the new incarnation of the Omnia series, the Samsung Omnia 7. All of these devices carry the newest from Microsoft and will add grounds for development to our ever growing community.
Do you have one of these devices already? Got any suggestions, comments, first impressions that you would like to share? Why not drop in the respective forum and share your two cents with the rest of the community.