TCPMP is a great media player for Windows Mobile but since CorePlayer was released it hasn’t really been updated. Thanks to netdrg of XDA we can now install a modified version of TCPMP that contains a finger friendly skin, way better than the old-style TCPMP user interface!
The HTC Desire device is basically the Google Nexus One with the HTC Sense User Interface cooked in and sold directly by HTC not Google. Since the 2 devices share a very similar hardware it makes sense that it is possible to now run an HTC Desire ROM on the Google Nexus One. And it brings Flash Lite support as well as the HTC Sense UI to the Nexus One.
Back in December we mentioned that it was possible to run Android 1.6 on the HTC Touch Pro (from Sprint and others). After just a few months it is now possible to run Android 2.x (Eclair) on it, there are still a couple of bugs but it is becoming more stable and usable everyday. Android 2.x brings many improvements from Android 1.6 so why not give it a shot!
Now that we have all seen Windows Phone 7 Series which will be available at the end of this year it is worth taking a look at the latest Windows Mobile releases. As Microsoft pointed out Windows Phone 7 and Windows Mobile 6.5.x will co-exist for some time with Windows Mobile aimed toward the low end of the mobile devices market and Windows Phone 7 for the high end.
In this article we'll explain how to unlock your HTC Diamond 2. Unlocking your phone will let you replace the stock ROM with a custom ROM. A custom ROM brings many advantages like the ability to run the latest unreleased Windows Mobile builds (6.5.x for now and who knows maybe Windows Phone 7 when a build will be available), it also typically makes your phone faster, less buggy and adds additional software to tweak your phone.
Since the announcement of Windows Phone 7 Series at the Mobile World Congress every website is talking about the new mobile Operating System and we start to know more about it. To make it easy for you we have compiled most of the information as well as links and videos of Windows Phone 7 Series.
Wow this is an exciting day for Windows Phones users! After the unveiling of Windows Phone 7 Series, here is a long hands-on demo of the new OS by Channel 9. It walks you through the brand new user experience, it is a must see it looks fantastic!
Finally the wait is over! Windows Phone 7 was announced today by Steve Ballmer at the Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona. The first phones using Windows Phone 7 Series should be available in the second half of this year and as you can see from the videos it is a complete departure from Windows Mobile 6.x. It does look like a game changer for Microsoft.
If you follow us often you have noticed that we often write about user interface replacement for Windows Mobile or Android devices. And here is yet another one for Windows Mobile called TouchXperience that is created by schaps (Julien Schapman) the creator of the Advanced Configuration Tool utility.
The Mobile World Congress is opening up next week and I am sure there will be plenty of new devices and applications announced. We can expect new Android devices, the Windows Mobile 7 announcement and there should also be some exciting news from Palm, Nokia etc. We have compiled a list of some the websites that will be providing live coverage of the event.
The recently released Motorola Droid is a nice device but it’s using the out of the box Google Android UI, while it’s usable and provides a modern look and feel you might want to look for a replacement. Thanks to the folks at AllDroid it is now possible to use the HTC Sense UI from the HTC Hero on a Motorola Droid.
The Mobile World Congress is the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry, it takes place in Barcelona this year. The 2010 Edition will start next week and should be particularly interesting as Microsoft is expected to unveil Windows Mobile 7 at their keynote. Rumors about what Windows Mobile 7 will look like are everywhere on the web and we have compiled them for you.
Swype is a revolutionary new text input method for Windows Mobile, if you don’t have a keyboard on your device then Swype is for you! Instead of typing your words you trace them on a software keyboard, once you get used to it you can write your emails and text messages very quickly.
Recently we talked about a brand new dual boot application called Gen.Y DualBOOT that lets you autoboot Android on a Windows Mobile device. NRGZ28 a famous Windows Mobile ROM cook released a brand new ROM for the HTC Touch Pro 2 (aka HTC Tilt 2) that includes this dual boot application.
Windows Mobile is truly customizable and we have yet another User Interface created by maxycy from XDA Developers. It’s inspired by Android and based on HTC Sense UI, maxycy brought us MaxManila in the past and looks like he has created another incredible user interface. It looks slick, fast and customizable.
Preware is a very useful application for Palm Pre owners, it is an homebrew application manager for Palm Pre. See it as an homebrew app store for Palm Pre! Preware is an open-source application created by the folks at webos-internals