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Windows Phone Device Manager & TouchXperience for WP7 are currently in development and beta testing, it is not publicly available yet and I don't accept more beta testers, but donators who wish to take part in beta testing just have to register and let me know their username via the contact form so I can include them to beta testers group. Former beta testers already have access to those betas and new beta testers also get access to the private betas of all my upcoming apps.
Windows Phone Device Manager features:Applications management: view, install/uninstall homebrew applicationsFile management: explore device, exchange files with your phoneFiles & folders synchronizationIntegration with Windows explorerSend to Windows Phone (to send files, apps, ringtones, web links in one click)Device backup (if MS allow it)Device informationAdd and manage custom ringtonesSend SMS, E-mail, notes directly from PC (without needing cloud services)Shared clipboard with PC and phoneUse your phone as a remote control (control mouse, keyboard and navigation in Windows Media Center)Nice integration with Windows Vista/7: jumplists, widgets, aero effects,...Programming sends notifications to phoneInitiate connection from PC or phoneWireless connection supportAuto pairing (no need to enter PC or phone IP address)Open marketplace for non-commercial applications (if developers are interested)TouchXperience for Windows Phone features:Custom panels and widgetsInteractive backgroundsApplications and games launcherFile explorerContact managerCommunication managerProfile managerTask managerRSS readerWeb radiosIntegration with Facebook and TwitterDLNA supportNetwork drives supportSkydrive supportG-scrolling supportWindows Sideshow support (if MS let me create drivers and services)Live tile supportAnd some other things I probably forgot to mention…Requirements:Registred/unlocked Windows Phone 7 deviceWindows Vista or Windows 7 32/64-bitWindows Phone Developer ToolsBecause I was bored getting hundreds of emails from people asking me to send them WP Device Manager so they can continue to use pirated applications, and because there will be a short term solution for homebrews, I decided not to include my jailbreak tool. I respect other developers and I don’t want to be responsible for piracy, I’ve been contacted by Brandon Watson from Microsoft and I wish to be involved in the official homebrew support on Windows Phone.
Thanks! Anyone having an HTC Radar or Nokia Lumia?
Here's the images for the HTC Radar (Omega), files are extract from a dump of the Omega_TMOUS_1.08.531.02 rom.Will look in the European version if it's the same but download is very slow.
Version 184.108.40.206Full support of Windows Phone 7.5Added support of Nokia Lumia 800, Samsung Focus S, HTC TITAN & RadarImproved connectionAuto detect OS and version when phone is plugged inWarning when trying to install an app using interop services on an interop-locked phoneSupports Mango ringtones APIShow toast notification when the phone is connected or disconnectedShow toast notification once an app has been installedAutomatically check for TouchXperience updatesBugfixes
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