Motorola

mobile-to-mobile-transfer

MobileTrans is a premium software by Wondershare that can transfer contact, text messages, call logs, SMS, videos, photos, applications from one mobile phone to another. This is a simple and effective solution to transfer content between Symbian, Android, and iPhone. MobileTrans is worth $39.95 and its giveaway will last till Jan 15, 2013.

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Few days back I installed Android Ice Cream Sandwich on my HTC HD2 and found out later that it was not a stable release. Then I intended to install Android Gingerbread on HTC HD2 or stable release of Android Ice Cream Sandwich but after connecting HTC HD2 to PC, it needed sync application for Windows. Windows was not detecting my HTC and it was not syncing the phone. I tried Windows Sync center but it did not display the phone either. In many similar cases when your Android powered phone or Android tablet PC is not detected by the Windows then you need Android USB drivers. Android USB drivers are required to connect Android powered phone or tablet device to the computer or transferring media content and files to your Android device storage. While using Android phone or tablet for development purpose which requires ADB and Fastboot drivers, you also need these Android USB drivers.

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by on April 26th, 2011

There is no limit to what droid does. Its true becauase of growing apps development. Watch super cool ads of droid. Limitless Power. Endless Possibilities. DROID Apps. See what it feels like to have a cargo bay of intelligent apps at your fingertips. Can a smartphone see light years into space? Droid can with Google Sky Map. When theres no limit to what Droid gets, theres no limit to what Droid Does.

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The CEO of Microsoft Steve Ballmer congratulates Motorola on launch of their new smart handheld device ES400. Steve Ballmer shares details about Microsoft’s commitment to the enterprise handheld smart device model. Microsoft’s embedded business is focused on extending Windows and benefits of cloud computing to the world of specialized devices. Steve Ballmer also says that Microsoft is about to release a new operating system (Windows Embedded Handheld) based on Windows 6.5 technology.

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