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WP7 Tips´n Tricks Guide
So much has been said about Windows Phone 7, many applications are starting to appear, even the hTC Leo has promises of running WP7 on it as the only “old” device that can make it, but how about a good tips´n tricks guide for it?XDA member ceesheim wrote a great guide to learn more about how to get into deep with the new MS operating system. This complete guide was based on the work of pocket-lint including themes like Using the Windows Phone 7 voice controls, adding apps to the Start screen, add people to the start page, moving your tiles around, removing apps from the Start screen, uninstalling, rating and reviewing apps, changing themes, and many more interesting topics to get out the best of your brand new WP7.
Step in and have a look, I am sure you´ll find interesting stuff!
Originally posted by ceesheim
The WP7 TIPS and TRICK’S’ Thread
In the next view day’s I will get a hd7 to , and I think there is a need for a good tips and tricks thread.
I will be harvesting tips and tricks on xda for this new operating system .
I need you all to make this an useful thread , if you have some tips or tricks please post them here and I will update the first view posts .
2) we need tips on using ZUNE
3) Syncing Outlook , (email,contacts)
oh and please don’t start a flame war here , this is only for tips and tricks.
this first post will be used for general tips and tricks
Continue to the original thread here.
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