Posts Tagged ‘chevronWP7’

Just like iOS; Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 platform is a well monitored and closed system. All apps that are submitted for Marketplace goes through a strict screening process. If an app is found to be violating guidelines set by Microsoft, then well, it is rejected and sent back to the drawing board.

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The Long-awaited unlocking tool ChevronWP7 is now available for Windows Phone 7 devices. The news comes from WinRumors – a blog dedicated to covering all things Microsoft – in a post where they talk about the launch of ChevronWP7 and its uses for developers and general Windows Phone enthusiasts.

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For those who have been waiting for a low cost way of installing homebrew Windows Phone 7 apps on their smartphones, the wait could be finally coming to an end.

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The ChevronWP7 Windows Phone 7 unlocking team have announced a new, low cost way for developers to unlock devices in an attempt to remove one of the barriers to entry for independent devs.

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NoDo, the elusive Windows Phone 7 update that brings such liveliness as copy and paste to the platform has been rolling out slowly for a week or so now. The problem is, you need to wait for your particular carrier to deem you worthy of such a fantastic update, as if you haven’t suffered enough. Now thanks to a clever chappy with a blog post, you too can copy and paste to your heart’s content.

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With the team behind Windows Phone 7 jailbreaking app ChevronWP7 meeting Microsoft earlier this week, many wondered what the future would hold for the homebrew scene. Now though, developers Rafael Rivera, Chris Walsh, and Long Zheng have broken cover to help allay everyone’s fears, writes GeekSmack.

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Impressed with how Microsoft dealt with the Chevron WP7 (Windows Phone 7 jailbreak/unlock) team, Geohot updated his site today with a small message that read: “perhaps a more appropriate way to deal with jailbreakers I’m going out to buy a Windows 7 phone”.

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The first user-friendly Windows Phone 7 jailbreak has been released. Its called ChevronWP7 and it has been developed by well known and respected Microsoft community enthusiasts Rafael Rivera, Long Zheng and Chris Walsh.

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