Well, perhaps there is hope for my HTC HD2 after all. I remember feeling bitter after finding out the HD2 wouldn’t be upgradable to Windows Phone 7. Looks like the community has figured out a way to make it happen.
Posts Tagged ‘Windows Phone 7’
Flickr for Windows Phone 7 and Slate PCs is now available.
“Introducing Flickr for Windows 7 and Windows Phone 7:
- Browse your Flickr photos in stunning high resolution display and touch navigation controls
- Share photos with friends and family via email, Twitter, Facebook and more
- Upload your latest images on the go with the in-app uploader
- Seamlessly transition from your Windows Phone 7 to Windows 7 tablet and back again, without ever losing your place”
I remember when I routinely uploaded pictures to my Flickr account. These days it seems like Facebook fits the average online user’s needs for a photo sharing site.
Paul Dawson writes about his experience of living with Windows Phone 7 for the past two weeks.
I didn’t think about how much stuff was going on in the background with the phone, but basically it’s grabbing data and uploading bits to the internet constantly. Great to have a phone that is always updated, bad if you are worried about data charges!
Thankfully in Singapore the data rates are capped.
One of the best features of Windows Phone 7, OneNote, and Skydrive is the ability to edit a notebook via the computer, web, or phone and have it automatically synchronize so that whichever platform you’re using, your notebook will be up-to-date.
A limitation when Windows Phone 7 launched was that you could only sync the “Personal (Web)” OneNote notebook that was created by default in your Skydrive “My Documents” section. This was troublesome as you may have existing notebooks syncing to other folders on Skydrive.
Nicely you can now open any shared notebook from your Skydrive by navigating to that notebook on skydrive.live.com from your phone’s web browser. Once you open the notebook it will connect it to OneNote on your phone and set up a sync relationship.
Found the info from Adam Lein’s post on Pocketnow.com