With the advent of PDA phones came the need for an operating system on which to base the numerous programs being created for them.
Accordingly, Windows Mobile was created by Microsoft for specific phones; it is a version of Microsoft Windows intended for cell phones.
Newer versions of Windows Mobile provide better and newer features; as such, it is a good idea to upgrade to them when they come out.This article deals with upgrading T-Mobile phones from Windows Mobile 5 to Windows Mobile 6.Microsoft announced and delivered another iteration of its operating system, which has found itself on a number of new devices.Their stories parallel each other, though many say the companies and their platforms are traveling in opposite directions. Those of you holding out hope that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 will get an official update to Windows Mobile 6.5 can let that dream die.Look no further than the official Sprint playbook itself.
And so you can go ahead and torture their servers, bookmark Sprint.com/downloads and htc.com/www/support_select_and get your F5 on. What you see above purportedly is an internal Sprint memo that points to March 19 as the day of days.
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Now to us, his directions are written in an alien language, but for your linux-experts out there, we're pretty sure this will make sense.
Yesterday, MS made it officially available for use.
As the name implies, Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 is built on the Windows Mobile 6.5 platform and "can take advantage of multiple screen sizes and input methods, peripherals to extend device capabilities and multiple connectivity options." It is already set to be used on products by Motorola, Intermec and Honeywell.
For all of you who have kept on us about the Sprint Touch Pro 2 Windows Mobile 6.5 update, well, good on ya. "Sense UI enhancements" are mentioned, but it's still anybody's guess as to whether we're talking Sense 2.5 or what. [ppcgeeks] All but confirming what we've been telling you for what seems like forever, a "Sprint Small Business Catalog" mailer posted at PPCGeeks shows the Touch Pro 2 "software update coming in March." Seeing as how we're about a third of the way through the month, we should be seeing it any time now. We're not going to count our chickens on this thing until the update's in hand.