Posts Tagged ‘Windows Phone 7 ROM’

Microsoft has finally rolled out the much awaited Windows Phone 7 update, dubbed “NoDo”, for all Windows Phone 7 users, which among other improvements, brings copy/paste functionality to Windows Phone 7 devices.

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Microsoft and HTC made it official that the HTC HD2 won’t be getting the Windows Phone 7 upgrade although the hardware supports it. But that didn’t stop the hacking community from dumping a Windows Phone 7 ROM on the HD2, yes you read that right! You can now boot Windows Phone 7 on your HD2 alongside Windows Mobile 6.5, Ubuntu, MeeGo, Android 2.2 Froyo or Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

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Microsoft today has announced that Windows Phone 7 code has been locked down, and it is ready to go onto consumer handsets this fall. In short it has reached its RTM (Release to Manufacturing) stage. All quirks have been washed out, new features have been added, and all that’s left right now is for manufacturers to finalize and release the first of devices which will run Windows Phone 7.

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Microsoft has started sending out first of Windows Phone 7 devices built by Samsung and LG to developers to help them test their apps on actual handsets rather than emulators. However it is to be noted that these devices are for testing purposes only, running Technical Preview version of Windows Phone 7. While these devices maybe close to production units, but they aren’t the final thing yet. Check out the videos after the break.

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This is a huge leak! Details on the first Dell Windows Phone 7 device have been leaked. Dubbed as the “Dell Lightning”, the device features a sliding (portrait) physical keyboard with a stunning 4.1’’ OLED display.

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Dan Ardelean of Mobile Development blog has managed to unlock the full experience in the pre-released ROM of Windows Phone OS 7.0 which shipped earlier this week with the development tools for Windows Phone 7 Series. The original ROM as released by Microsoft only allowed access to the web browser (Internet Explorer) and “Settings” but with this hacked .BIN file, you can get access to entire Windows Phone 7 Series experience that Microsoft didn’t want you to see.

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