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WiMoBlue Pre Alpha Released

Have you ever used an emulator on you phone for games, haven't you ever thought that using an older device to control the emulator would be too good to be true? Well it's not. XDA user SciLor has got a pre alpha release on WiMoBlue. It's an app that  lets you control a Windows device with another device by...

iPhoneToday: development resumed, reaches v1.4

Many of you might know iPhoneToday, which was originally developed by xda-member MiToNiOeS, after his HTC Diamond died, he gave up the development and released the source code. Now fellow xda-member tronikos has resumed development and released version 1.4 with some bug fixes and improved settings. Originally posted by tronikos Changelog iPhoneToday v1.4 Support for Pocket PC...

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Update for SMS Filter Rules Available

User mohitsapru has updated Filter Rules for SMS to version 4.5(b). With Filter Rules for SMS 4.5(b) you can filter incoming messages to a specified folder (or a hidden personal folder) according by incoming contact or contained words. Changes in these updates include: Menu modified. Option added for scheduled run(Only at...

MiniSMS Server v0.1Beta

User mohitsapru seems to be aiming for the title "The SMS Go To Guy". In a short period he has made a bunch of SMS and Outlook related applications. And now he has made MiniSMS Server. MiniSMS Server will enable you to set up a Server on your Phone that you can control through a web browser,...

Windows Phone Series 7, Like it or Not?

With the announcement of Windows Phone 7 Series at MWC, a lot of speculations can be set aside about the new operating system for Mobile Phones. User Mr. Makk started a poll to find out what XDA-Developer users think of Microsoft's idea for "The Next Best Thing". The poll is still open, but the first results are...

Windows Phone 7 Series: Has Microsoft failed?

There have been speculations about Windows Mobile 7 for a long time. It was rumored it would replace the old Windows 95 style interface, with a user experience that would beat every interface out there, so we've set the bar high and had great expectations. Now, four years later, Windows Phone 7 Series has finally been...

Android Taskbars Updated to V3

"I want Windows Mobile 6.1", "I want Android" or "No I want Windows Mobile 6.5.x" More and more we're seeing small personality disorders developing for Windows Phones, they can be either Windows Mobile or Android  and they even can be both these days. In the case of Dark Ninja's solution, your phone can be a Windows Mobile...

CleanRAM Update to 1.9.4

The popular RAM cleaning program for Windows Mobile, called CleanRAM, has been updated again. The new version 1.9.4 brings new features and supports the HD2 better: Originally posted by ronenpg New backup settings for HTC HD2 best performance, you can load the recommended setting through cleanRAM Config -> "Backup / Restore" -> Select Settings: "HD2" or...

Windows Phone 7 Series Media Gallery

We tend to focus on what is brewing in the halls of the many XDA forums. But to show off our new Front-Page and it's new commenting system, I have added a video of the newly released Windows Phone 7 OS. I've added some videos  available throughout the internet in the comments and hope that you...

Measure and Compare Your Battery Capacity

In Windows 7 Microsoft has added a new functionality for laptops, the current and actual condition of the battery and it's discharge are measured, and compared to what should be the factory optimal charge and discharge of the battery. For Windows phones there is no good way to measure the condition of your battery. Member tobbbie...

Handy Theft Protection Software

XDA-Developers user  popol256 has created an application that goes a long way to prevent the theft of personal information if your phone gets stolen. This app is easy to use ad isn't a very large file. Most of this kind of utility aren't free or they rather large after installation, this one doesn't even need .NETCF, its written in open C++ source...