Windows Phone Device Manager & TouchXperience Beta Now Available[Homebrew]


19, 2011

Author Pradeep // in hack, News


Windows Phone Device Manager now comes with following features:

  • Applications management: view, install/uninstall homebrew applications
  • File management: explore device, exchange files with your phone
  • Sync files, folders and favorites with phone
  • Send to Windows Phone (to send files, apps, ringtones, web links in one click)
  • Detailed device information (CPU, ROM, RAM, storage, network, battery, OS,…)
  • Add and manage custom ringtones
  • Send SMS, E-mail, notes directly from PC (without needing cloud services)
  • Take screenshots of the phone
  • Programming sends notifications to phone
  • Shared clipboard with PC and phone
  • Integration with Windows explorer (drag & drop, copy/paste, view apps icons and details)
  • Integration with Control Panel (Device Stage, task links)
  • Nice integration with Windows Vista/7 (jumplists, widgets, aero effects,…)
  • Initiate connection from PC or phone
  • Wireless connection support
  • Auto pairing (no need to enter PC or phone IP address)
  • Notify phone applications updates
  • TouchXperience for Windows Phone now comes with following features:

  • Create custom menus
  • Add folders, apps, contacts, websites, maps, documents, and many other widgets
  • Organize applications & games
  • File explorer
  • Multitasking support
  • TouchXperience port taking benefit from Metro UI
  • Panorama background customization
  • Contact manager
  • Communication manager
  • Both applications need developer unlocked devices to function and head over to this site for more details.

    TouchXperience demo after the break.


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