Windows Phone Device Manager previewed (Video)
Posted on 03-01-11 05:07 pm

Julien Schapman, the developer who created file explorer and registry editing applications for Windows Phone 7, has been hard at work on Windows Phone Device Manager, a new complete suite of desktop tools for Windows Phone 7. The application will function as both a jailbreaking tool as well as a management tool, and includes a vast amount of features, including (quote):

  • Applications management: view, install/uninstall homebrew applications
  • File management: explore device, exchange files with your phone
  • Files & folders synchronization
  • Integration with Windows explorer
  • Send to Windows Phone (to send files, apps, ringtones, web links in one click)
  • Device information
  • Add and manage custom ringtones
  • Shared clipboard with PC and phone
  • Use your phone as a remote control (control mouse, keyboard and navigation in Windows Media Center)
  • Nice integration with Windows Vista/7: jumplists, widgets, aero effects
  • Programming sends notifications to phone
  • Wireless connection support
  • Screen Capturing

This is very exciting for all Windows Phone users alike, as this will provide as both a tool for developers and the every day consumer, and certainly looks like a much easier tool to use compared to current methods.

[Via: wpcentral; Source: TouchXperience]

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