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W.I.N.C.O. Shows WP7 Some Remote Control Love
For many, the Windows Phone 7 platform is a love-it-or-hate-it affair. While many Windows Mobile enthusiasts were skeptical of yet another closed source mobile operating system by Microsoft, others embraced the new ecosystem and viewed it as a chance to challenge themselves. XDA Forum Member W.I.N.C.O. is one such person.
His latest application, W.I.N.C.O. Phone Controller is a unique, third-party method to remotely control a WP7 device from your PC. Simply download and install the applications for both your PC and phone, plug your device in, and follow directions. Provided you did everything right, you can now import and export files, control device settings, and even take screen shots—all without having to actually touch the phone. This application is a must have for anyone looking to integrate their phone(s) and PC.
Head on over to the original thread to give this app a whirl.
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