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Windows Phone 7 – HTC Hub for Everyone!
This week, a lot of news are coming from the latest operating system from Microsoft. This time, XDA member Heathcliff74 has posted the xap files for using the HTC Hub on your Windows Phone 7 device. It needs to be dev-unlocked and will work also with non HTC devices.
The developer mentions that this is not the latest HTC Hub version, so it does not have included the live-tiles but should be added in future releases.
The file comes in two compressed parts and both need to be downloaded to the same folder and extract using WinRar or similar.
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Originally posted by Heathcliff74
[RELEASE] HTC Hub for everyone!
You can download the rar’s. They contain the xap. You can use any dev-unlocked device (also non-HTC). This was quite a reversing-adventure. I learned a lot.
A few remarks:
– This is not the latest version of the HTC Hub. It does not have the live-tile. Maybe I’ll update later.
– I had to rewrite some parts of the code. It all works 100% but I think it can be done better, so maybe I’ll update that later.
– Note the about screen
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