orb3000 · Apr 27, 2011 at 03:00 am

Windows Phone Device Manager for Windows Phone 7

If you don´t feel comfortable using Zune software to sync your Windows Phone 7, we now have an interesting alternative. XDA moderator imfloflo presents Windows Phone Device Manager, which will let you interact with your device on a modern nice looking interface. Featuring send notes, send clipboard content, detailed device info, check for app updates, auto update for future TouchXperience versions, improved connection reliability over Wi-Fi, launch apps from WP Device Manager via Wi-Fi, and multilanguage support, are some of the perks available when using this program.
You must have a registered or unlocked Windows Phone 7 device.

Originally posted by imfloflo
[BETA][PUBLIC] Windows Phone Device Manager for WP7 [21/04/11]

Instructions:
Download Windows Phone Device Manager and launch WPDeviceManager.exe
Plug in your phone, it should detect it automatically, if not click Connect in menu
The first time you connect your phone Windows Phone Device Manager will automatically install TouchXperience

Requirements:
Registred or unlocked Windows Phone 7 device
Windows Vista or Windows 7 32/64-bit
.NET Framework 4.0
Windows Phone Developer Tools

It should work on any version of WP7 and currently supports the following devices:
HTC HD7, HTC 7 Mozart, HTC 7 Trophy, HTC 7 Surround, HTC 7 Pro, HTC Arrive, HTC HD2, Samsung Focus, Samsung Omnia 7, Dell Venue Pro, LG Optimus 7, LG E900, LG C900.

Latest version of TouchXperience is 1.3.0.0;

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