First steps with a real Windows Phone 7



Only, really only one time I’d like to get no error message when using a new device or new software … Winking smile


  • Needs restart when changing language
  • Displayed a PIN as clear text instead of ****
  • Missing feature: Unlock device using a gesture or PIN –> Settings | Lock & Wallpaper
  • Tons of the Microsoft web sites are telling us what we have to do to get a Windows Phone but once you own one it is hard to find the appropriate information you need
  • Syncing it with Exchange works fine (after short research)
  • Syncing a separate account (LiveID) works also fine
  • Connecting to the PC using WMDC didn’t work (see screen-shot above)
  • The HTC Mozart is just a beautiful and handy device
  • It is fast (no surge)
  • Metro design is nice, fast and easy to use

About hfrmobile

Nice guy but with a sarcastic type of humor. I have combined hobby and profession and I am happy about this. At the moment I am holding MCP, MCSE (NT 4.0), MCTS and MCPD certificates. Having experience in developing software for more than 15 years. Started learning programming using Pascal, Assembler, C/C++. Also having experience with non-Microsoft products / programming languages (e.g. PHP). Most experiences at the moment: MySQL, MS-SQL, PL/SQL, ASP.NET, C#, Silverlight (Windows Phone) and WPF.
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3 Responses to First steps with a real Windows Phone 7

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