• Preview of Windows Phone 8 features before Windows Phone Developers Conference

    Posted on June 20th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Microsoft has just released its first tablet PC Surface days ago on the June 18th event. With the approaching of Windows Phone Developer’s Conference on Wednesday in San Francisco, what will Microsoft bring to us? Will we see the official release of Windows Phone 8? Well, even though Microsoft has been mute on the conference plan, it is for sure that the company will launch the Windows Phone 8 operating system. Riding a wave of momentum generated by the Surface tablet unveiled on Monday, Microsoft will be outlining plans for Windows Phone 8 on Wednesday as part of the company’s push to take on Apple and Google in the mobile market. Now, the concerns about Windows Phone 8 in fact should be what features of Windows Phone 8 will be introduced by Microsoft on the conference, but not whether it would be launched or not. The latest report from WPCentral’s Daniel Rubino has unveiled some exclusive information about Windows Phone 8 features, including consolidating Skype greatly, built-in Nokia maps, Windows Phone wallet, and more native codes for developers, etc. Check the following content to get the most possible features of Windows Phone 8 might include.

    Windows Phone 8

    Upgrade apps on Windows Phone 7: Not long before, some Microsoft stuff said all Windows Phone could be upgraded to Windows Phone 8 Apollo. But Microsoft cleared the rumors by claiming that the “upgrade” in fact means all apps on the existing Windows Phone 7 could be used on the new OS. It’s believed that Microsoft would give a satisfactory answer on whether other existing Windows Phones could be upgraded to Windows Phone 8 or not.

    Screen resolution: Screen resolution has been also a big concern on Windows Phone 8, as it could determine whether users could watch 720P video on Windows Phone 8 or enjoy 1080P videos on Windows Phone 8, just like the new iPad. The latest news from Daniel Rubino said that the new OS supports only 480×800, 768×1280 and 720×1280 screen resolutions.

    New UI: Will Windows Phone 8 user interface be the same as that of Windows Phone 7? Quite probably. Of course, there must be some differences.

    More native codes for developers: Just as leaked before, Daniel Rubino mentioned that the Windows Phone 8 would provide developers with more native codes, to enable developers develop more powerful and practical apps, and make it convenient for developers to transfer apps from iOS and Android to Windows Phones.

    Consolidate Skype and VOIP: It’s very possible that Microsoft would talk about how to deep consolidate Windows Phone 8 OS with Skype and third-party app VOIP.

    Combine Nokia maps: The cooperation between Microsoft and Nokia includes not only cell phones, but also background services. There’s great possibility of Windows Phone 8 OS combining Nokia Maps.

    Windows 8 core: One reason making Windows Phone 8 attractive is that it’s rumored it would adopt Windows NT core, which is the fundamental core of Windows 8.

    Apart from the above features, Daniel Rubino also predicted that Windows Phone 8 would add memory expansion function, NFC function and realize encoding on native BitLocker and security booting (business users), etc.

    All anticipations are really wonderful, but we still need to wait for the official release of Windows Phone 8. Wait and see what features Daniel Rubino got.

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  • Windows 8 Release Preview available online for free download in 14 languages

    Posted on May 31st, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    We have been waiting for the next Windows OS for a long time. With all rumors and speculations going and the approaching of the official release of Windows 8 operation system, Microsoft debuted Windows 8 Release Preview version this Thursday, which might be the last step before a final release of Windows 8 this fall. The debut of the Release Preview version is several days earlier than expected, which was promised to be the first week of June by Microsoft. The freshly released Windows 8 Release Preview is available in two versions for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. Though the Windows 8 Release Preview has been debuted, Microsoft has not yet announced a launch date for Windows 8 or prices for the OS. Analysts expect the revamped Windows to debut in October and at prices identical to Windows 7. Now, the Windows 8 Release Preview is available online for free download in 14 languages, thus you can have the choice to select and download the one in your familiar language.

    Windows 8 Release PreviewWhat’s new or improved in Windows 8 Release Preview version:
    New Bing-powered apps, including ones for travel, news, and sports
    Improvements to Mail, Photos, and People apps
    Increased Start personalization
    Better multiple-monitor support
    Better Windows Store navigation
    New family safety and security functionality
    Enhanced touch support for Internet Explorer 10

    How to download and install Windows 8 Release Preview
    Go to the Windows 8 Release Preview download page to enter your email and country region, check the agreement box, and then click the button to download Windows 8 Release Preview version.

    Running this application automates most of the set-up process, and selects the appropriate version of the preview for your machine. These must be turned into installation media that are burned to a DVD drive or copied to a USB flash drive in order to complete the install. That’s the installation process in a nutshell. As this is preview software, so keep mission critical work off your test PC.

    Requirements of installing Windows 8 Release Preview
    1. Microsoft advises users to not install the operating system on a computer used for day-to-day work, as there’s also no going back without wiping your hard drive.

    2. You can’t downgrade from Windows 8 since it cannot access the recovery partition of your hard drive. If you need to downgrade, ensure you have recovery disks readily available.

    3. You can upgrade to the Release Preview if you are already running Windows 8 Consumer Preview or Developer Preview. But you cannot keep any of your files.

    4. A processor with a clock speed of 1GHz or greater, 1GB (32-bit version), or 2GB (64-bit version) of RAM, at least 16GB (32-bit) or 20GB (64-bit) of available hard drive space, and a graphics card that supports DirectX 9 with a WDDM driver are required to run Windows 8 Release Preview on your test computer.

    Other features for your selection include: multitouch support, Internet access, and a screen resolution of at least 1024 pixels by 768 pixels, etc.

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  • Top 10 apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 7 devices to help you live a greener and more sustainable life

    Posted on May 2nd, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Earth Day is an annual celebration of the Earth intended to boost awareness and appreciation for nature and the environment. Actually, it’s more important for us to keep our own life green in our daily life, other than being aware of environmental protection on Earth Day only. And the real world is that along with the fast development of electronic products, like the favorite iPhone, Android phones, Windows Phone 7, and any other smartphones and devices, it has become more difficult for people to live a greener and more sustainable life. Energy consumption, waste production, global warming, all these have made our earth bare so much burdens. So, what can we do to protect our Mother Earth, but still have the right to make full use of our advanced communicational technologies and devices? What is the better way to use our smartphones but relieve earth’s burden at the same time? Well, here I have collected some top 10 apps for all Android, iOS and Windows Phone 7 smartphone users to use for a greener and more sustainable life. Check the bellow to get them.

    Green Outlet
    Green OutletIf you want to save electricity, Green Outlet would be your choice. Green Outlet can help cut your electricity usage by identifying which household appliances use the most energy. You select the appliances you use how frequently each day, and the app predicts your electric bill and carbon footprint. 99 cents for iPhone

    Plastic Analyzer
    Plastic AnalyzerPlastic Analyzer tells you what sort of plastics you use on a daily basis by searching via the plastic identification code. You can find details such as what products it is used in and whether it is easily recyclable. Free for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7

    iViro
    iViroIf you want to know your home energy consumption and how to save it, you can get iViro, which helps you check your home’s energy consumption and advises on upgrades and retrofits to save on your heating, electricity, and water bills. You can get a breakdown of your annual energy costs as well as monitor individual appliances, rooms, or multiple households. Free for iPhone

    Green Shine
    Green ShineGreen Shine is directory of environmental alternatives to commercial cleaning products. You only need a few basic ingredients to get started, like salt and vinegar, while solutions are organized by rooms and areas. $2.99 for iPhone

    Carticipate
    CarticipateGas will always be a big cost in our everyday life. But with Carticipate, you can save money on gas with its car-sharing scheme that pairs friends, co-workers, and groups to coordinate driving plans. You can manage multiple trips, including your rides to and from work, or one-timers such as going with a group of friends on a trip. Free for iPhone

    iTunes Cleaner
    Mac iTunes CleanerYou must also need an iTunes cleanup tool for your iTunes which could effectively clean up your music library on iTunes so as to let you enjoy music from your iTunes on iPhone or other iOS devices well organized and space saving.

    Meter Readings
    Meter ReadingsAnother energy saving app. Meter Readings keep track of your household energy usage. You can track multiple meters for electricity, heat, and water; add reminders for when it’s time to record readings; and suggest how to generate charts and graphics to evaluate your usage patterns. Free for iPhone

    Dirty Dozen
    Dirty DozenTo make your shopping more convenient and time saving on fruits and vegetables, Dirty Dozen, as a shopping guide app from EWG, helps you determine which fruits and vegetables have the most pesticide residues and how to avoid them. It lists the 12 most contaminated fruits and vegetables depending on their provenience, and it’s very straightforward. Free for iPhone and Android

    Locavore
    LocavoreFor food and seasonal transfer, you can refer to Locavore, a practical app all about seasonal and local food. It has listings for farms and farmers’ markets near you and information on what’s in season, as well as an integrated social network where you can share photos and rate sellers. Free for iPhone and Android

    GoodGuide
    GoodGuideIf you want to know whether the products you want to buy or have got are green, ethical, healthy, safe or not, GoodGuide could help you. Goodguide is a barcode-scanning app that tells you whether products are green, ethical, healthy, or safe, based on scientific ratings. It has information on 170,000 products from the U.S. only. Free for iPhone and Android

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  • Splashtop pushed out Win8 Metro Testbed to help you turn your iPad to a Windows 8 tablet

    Posted on April 16th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    The long anticipated Windows 8 is coming soon. Along with the new Windows operation system, people are longing for more wonderful Windows 8 tablets, which are expected to possess enough yet high performance features to beat the Apple new iPad. However, to get a Windows 8 tablet, you still need a long time to wait, as the Windows 8 OS is not even out in market. But now, you could have a “Windows 8 tablet” immediately if you’ve got an iPad. Being famous for its remote desktop apps for iOS and Android, the company named Splashtop just made a new $25 app for iPad users to get a taste of Windows 8 tablets. This new app, namely Win8 Metro Testbed, could simulate the Metro UI on Apple’s iPad tablets. Of course, you need to firstly download Windows 8 Consumer Preview and then run it on a PC, and probably a dual boot and install a small streamer file. With these done, install Win8 Metro Testbed on your iPad, and then the app will basically stream Windows 8 to your tablet via Wi-Fi at up to 60 frames per second.

    HTC Windows 8 TabletThe app uses the native touch gestures of Windows 8 tablets, such as swiping from the left to switch apps, swiping to the right to reveal the Charms (options) menu or pull from the top to close an app. Swiping left/right in Internet Explore will move between pages, and when you swipe slowly from the left, the “snapping” feature is enabled, which allows you to run two app side by side.

    Of course, as a simulating tool for Windows 8 tablet, there also exist a few shortcomings in this Splashtop’s Win8 Metro Testbed on the iPad, just like the unsupported camera. But that’s a very little shortcoming. The main drawback is that the desktop display adjusts itself to the native resolution of the iPad 2, 1024 by 768 pixels, the minimum for Metro apps. The resolution doesn’t support snapping apps side by side, unless you configure it as 1366 by 768 pixels, but which will result in black bars across the top and bottom of the screen.

    $25 is not a big deal, but enables you to take a taste ahead of the official release of Windows 8 tablets. Especially for Windows 8 app developers, Splashtop’s Win8 Metro Testbed will probably be more effective to developers who are working on Windows 8 apps and want to test them on a tablet, since they can’t buy an actual Windows 8 one yet.

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  • CNET unveils the Best of CES Awards 2012 Winners list

    Posted on January 17th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Once again, CNET has discussed and elected the Winners of Best of CES Awards 2012. The program recognizes the best products out of the same race and awards as the best. There are all 12 winners awarded as the Best of CES 2012, including Best of Show Award, People’s Voice Award as voted by the CNET audience, Car Tech Award, Cell Phone Award, Emerging Tech Award, etc. The following is the detailed information about the winners of Best of CES Awards 2012 list. Check to get to more the detailed information:

    Best of Show/TVs award winner: LG 55EM9600 OLED TV

    LG OLEDThe first 55-inch OLED TV announced as shipping in 2011, and the only one to get an actual model number and public ship date (“Q3”), the 55EM9800 promises the superb all-around performance of OLED (absolute black levels, ultra-fast panel and excellent viewing angles) in an ultra-thin panel.

    People’s Voice: Razer Project Fiona concept gaming tablet

    Razer Project Fiona gaming tabletRazer’s Project Fiona concept gaming tablet, shown at CES 2012, suggests that Windows 8 is a serious player in portable gaming, and that Razer is serious about moving into manufacturing computers.

    Car Tech award winner: QNX CAR 2 mobile apps platform

    QNX Car 2 mobile apps platformQNX shows us its vision for the future of dashboard technologies, including an innovative application of NFC technology to instantly and automatically Bluetooth pair a smartphone, Ultra HD voice technology that brings stereo CD quality audio to phone calls, and an apps integration for both front and backseat passengers.

    Cell Phone award winner: Nokia Lumia 900

    Nokia Lumia 900Nokia uses the Consumer Electronics Show to hold a coming-out party for its new Windows Phone-based Lumia 900, with a 4.3-inch AMOLED screen which absolutely becomes a first choice for you to watch DVD movies on Lumia 900, and dual cameras for you to record high definition video clips.

    Cameras award winner: Fujifilm X-Pro1

    Fujifilm XPro1 CameraFujifilm bolsters its reputation as a quality camera company with the new X-Pro 1, its first mirrorless model. Targeted at professionals, the camera incorporates several innovations, including a promising new sensor and lovely hybrid viewfinder, all in a sleek retro design

    Emerging Tech award winner: MakerBot Replicator

    Makerbot ReplicatorThe MakerBot Replicator one-ups the Cube 3D with “dualstrusion” technology, meaning it can print objects in multiple colors and materials. Pre-orders available now for $1,999, shipping in 6 weeks.

    Home Theater award winner: Simple. TV

    Simple.TVThe Simple.TV DVR might just be the next-big thing for cable-cutters. It’s improbably a DVR without a built-in hard drive or video output, instead letting you supply your own hard drive, then stream live and recorded over-the-air TV to the Simple.TV app available on iPad, Roku, Boxee, Google TV. Simple.TV can stream your live and recorded over-the-air TV outside your home network (Slingbox-style), as long as you sign up for the $5/month premium service. Think of it like your own personal cloud for your over-the-air TV.

    PCs award winner: HP Envy 14 Spectre

    HP Envy 14 SpectreThe newly announced HP Spectre is the most glass-covered laptop we’ve ever seen, with it’s all-glass lid and palm rest. At a CES devoid of many eye-popping laptops, the Spectre could be the most stylish of the bunch. Beats Audio is included on this premium ultrabook, along with an inset analog wheel for volume control, NFC support, and HP Wireless Audio.

    Software and Apps award winner: BlueStacks for Win 8

    Blustacks for Win 8Windows 8 just got a kick in the apps via BlueStacks. The program, which will ship pre-installed on select Windows 8 machines, will bring the entire Android marketplace to Microsoft’s nascent OS. So when Windows 8 launches, more than 400,000 Android apps will be at your fingertips.

    Networking award winner: D-Link Amplifi HD Media Router 3000

    D-LinkWhen released later this month, D-Link’s Amplifi HD Media Router 3000 DIR-857 router will be the first on the market that supports USB 3.0, concurrent 450Mbps dual-band with cloud-based and HD Fuel feature that power media streaming.

    Tablets award winner: Asus Memo 370T

    Asus MemoThis quad-core, Android 4.0 tablet proves that premium performance doesn’t require a premium price. In spite of its $250 asking price, this tablet stocks with 1GB of system RAM, 16GB of storage, an 8 megapixel camera, HDMI output, and a 1,280×800 resolution IPS screen, with which you can freely watch DVD movies on Asus tablets.

    The bellow video is the Best of CES live on the CNET stage I collected from YouTube. You can freely watch this YouTube video here or on YouTube, or you can also free download Best of CES live on the CNET stage video from YouTube to your own devices for unlimited enjoyment with Free YouTube Downloader or YouTube Downloader for Mac on Mac computer.

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  • CES 2012 – Several big themes to focus on in the following days in Las Vegas

    Posted on January 11th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    The International Consumer Electronics Show (short as CES) is a major technology-related trade show held each January in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. Not open to the public, the Consumer Electronics Association-sponsored show typically hosts previews of products and new product announcements. The CES 2012 exhibition, started today, will last from Tuesday, January 10 to Friday, January 13. Microsoft released an official statement saying that CES 2012 will be Microsoft’s last appearance at the event.

    CES 2012

    The ZDNet Blog writer has written a post on the themes of CES 2012, which focuses on the products that may appear in this year’s CES in Las Vegas. Check the following information to get to know the detailed content.

    Summary: CES 2012 is upon us, and it’s time to get ready for a whole new year in gadgetry and other tech goodness.

    The world’s largest tech trade show is just about to get underway, and even though there will be thousands upon thousands of products on display, many of them can be narrowed down and traced by a few major themes.

    Yes, I’m talking about the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The scale of the show gets bigger each year, and there is just so much going on that it can becoming daunting (if not impossible) to stay focused and sift through everything.

    Last year, many of the world’s biggest companies tended to focus on trends such as the Internet-connected living room (meaning, an ecosystem of home entertainment within a single brand), the dawn of 4G-enabled smartphones, and just about anything to do with 3D.

    ZDNet Special Report: What CES means for business

    We’ll likely see continuations of these themes next week, but here are some of the bigger themes to watch out more for this year:

    TABLETS: We saw a bunch of these last year, but really none of the tablets that debuted at CES last year really made a dent in the market. The iPad 2 and the Kindle Fire, neither of which had even been announced prior or around CES 2011, were the real money-makers last year.

    So why should we even care about tablets at CES 2012? Well, the technology for tablets (and smartphones, for that matter) has improved significantly, and one can only hope that manufacturers have learned a few lessons in the last year. Furthermore, with the debut of Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) later in 2011, there’s definitely room for more potential.

    ULTRABOOKS: Poised to replace netbooks and compete heavily with tablets and other laptops in the same size range, 2012 could be the year of the Ultrabook. Intel has already boasted a bunch that there are 60 Ultrabook designs with OEM partners set to roll out this year. Thus, you can expect everyone at CES to be promoting their own Ultrabook. It remains to be seen which ones will come out ahead — if any at all if these new laptops can overcome some hurdles.

    WINDOWS 8: Supposedly, some Ultrabooks are supposed to be running on this operating system, so we should see more about its launch soon. That could be as soon as next week as Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is lined up (once again) to give the main keynote address. Besides Windows Phone 8, Windows 8 itself is one of the only other big-ticket items that most consumers will likely be concerned with in 2012.  If not, expect him to talk about Kinect for another hour.

    GREEN: Even though it seems like old news at this point, the eco-friendly trend is never going to go away and will likely always have a growing presence at CES and similar trade shows. In a way, that’s a good thing. While the upfront costs are still rather expensive for most products that tout this facet, green technology has the potential to save a lot of money in the long run, and the more that developers keep this in mind, those upfront costs will eventually drop.

    What not to look for? Apple or Google. These two prefer to host their own events — Apple doesn’t even exhibit at Macworld anymore, and there is Google I/O later in springtime.

    And if you’re a Microsoft fan, enjoy them at the show while you can as they’ll be gone by 2013.

    Be sure to check out CES 2012 news hub as we’ll have full coverage and special reports live from the show floor in Las Vegas next week!

    Source from: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/btl/ces-2012-the-big-themes-to-look-for-next-week/66255?tag=nl.e539

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  • Windows Phone 7 Mango Build 7712 jailbreak and updated new features

    Posted on August 1st, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    Most Windows Phone 7 Mango 7661 users must have received the update news about the Mango Build 7712 version. Compared with the previous 7661 version, the new updated Mango Build 7712 mainly updates in fixing some bugs and upgrading a few mobile phone functions. The Mango Build 7712 is just a very simple and little update for Windows Phone 7 users. And in this post, I would like to share some Windows Phone 7 Mango Build 7712 jailbreak directions and the new updated mobile phone features with all of you guys.

    I would firstly introduce the steps to update your Windows Phone 7 Mango 7661 to 7712. The premise of updating your Windows Phone 7 to 7712 version is that the existing mobile operation system is 7661 version. For users who would like to install jailbreak apps, please make sure you have made successful jailbreak. Taking Samsung Omnia 7 (i8700) as an example, when you connect your phone to your computer, Zune 4.8 would automatically remind you the available new update, click “Update Now” and wait for the update completed.

    Windows Phone 7 Mango Build 7712

    When the update is successful, your mobile would restart automatically and you would find your staring up logo of your mobile phone turns to red. After the update, your jailbreak would be default as ineffective. You need to restart them. Input “##634#” on the dialing interface to enter Service Menu and input “*#9908#” to enter GPRS Manager, then choose previous imported unlock configurations and click “Save” to restart jailbreaking.

    GPRS Manager Unlock

    After that, return to the main menu and select the previous installed Samsung Tools (if not able to enter this app, do the above settings again), and check all 4 options to confirm. When the prompt shows the mobile phone needs to restart, confirm that. Now, the jailbreak of your Windows Phone 7 Mango Build 7712 update has been jailbroke successfully.

    Well, now, let’s take a look at what new updated features the Windows Phone 7 Mango Build 7712 brings. Firstly some major updates for some popular apps:

    1. Twitter has been consolidated to the “What’s New Feeds”, with the instant upgrading notice showed in the big “Me” icon on the screen.

    2. Five Hubs (People/Zune/Pictures/Zune/Marketplace hub) owns more vivid dynamic effects.

    3. Visual Voicemail interface adjusted for more convenient use.

    4. Supports to share Twitter page links through Twitter.

    5. Multi-task Manager interface rolls fast with up to 5 apps available to start, not slowly rolling one by one, and less screen space required.

    Other minor updates:

    1. Consolidated LinkedIn.

    2. Paste icon shows only content copied or cut in clipboard.

    3. Copy and paste sounds better, like digital water-drop.

    4. New Windows starting-up logo.

    5. No square icon for People Hub in Groups.

    6. In Music + Videos Hub, the random play button moved to the bottom and previous triangle icon changed to music marks, and the Marquee content has been arranged in alphabetical order.

    7. In Bing Maps, Me button icon has been changed.

    8. Optimized Bing Map search results.

    9. When the text inputting jumps to a new paragraph, the first letter would be automatically capitalized.


    To sum up, the Windows Phone 7 Mango Build 7712 mostly upgrades in minor functions, no new apps along. In the end, let’s watch the Build 7712 operation demo to get a close look:

    Related readings:

    How to Install Mango Build 7712 On Any Windows Phone 7 Device

    How to rip DVD to WP 7 Mango phones to watch DVD movies on Mango phones

    How to rip Blu-ray to WP 7 Mango phones to watch HD Blu ray on Mango phones

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  • New Windows Phone 7 Mango Specs: User friendly Custom ringtones are coming

    Posted on June 29th, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    It has been all known that the next generation of Windows Phone, Windows Phone 7 Mango, will come out this fall. Right yesterday, the Windows team blog released another great improvement of Windows Phone 7 Mango, which has settled the long anticipated custom ringtone problem. The upcoming Windows Phone 7 Mango would provide users with user-friendly ringtone customization function.

    Windows Phone 7 Mango

    One possibility of this long expected upcoming function is that an additional option “Save as Ringtone” will be added for you to add your customized sound, audio or music, which would help you turn your customized files into a unique ringtone on Windows Phone 7 Mango. In Mango, any Marketplace app that revolves around sound or music—karaoke apps, sound effect apps, DJ apps, music instrument apps—potentially become a source of new custom ringtones for your phone.

    Custom Ringtone

    Yet, the Mango will provide users the chance to customize ringtones with some restrictions, shows as bellow:

    1. 39 seconds or shorter

    2. Smaller than 1 megabyte (MB)

    3. Saved in MP3 or WMA format

    4. Not copy-protected (i.e. DRM free)

    The detailed tutorial of how to do this would be out along with the street date of Windows Phone 7 Mango. For Zune users, when you have customized an audio file that meets the above conditions, just save it in the Genre of Ringtone and then you could sync your customized ringtone to the Windows Phone 7 Mango, showed in the bellow picture:

    Custom Ringtone Zune

    Besides the function of customizing ringtones in Windows Phone 7 Mango, it also provides some new native Microsoft ringtones for users.

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