# Thursday, 25 November 2010

Windows Phone 7 comes with a Map program which obviously ties into Microsoft's Bing Maps service. How effective is it when we try to use it here in Malaysia? Check out the video.

If you have don't have the 10 minutes to check out the video here's a quick summary

  • Navigation is enabled only for certain countries like US or UK. So you'll need to set the phone's region to those countries to even SEE the routing button in the Maps program.
  • While Bing can identify road names and perform routing, we can't SEARCH for road names in Bing Maps yet.
  • No voice navigation means it might not work too well as a driving aid.

So… don't go tossing out your external GPS unit just yet.


Thursday, 25 November 2010 09:51:59 (Malay Peninsula Standard Time, UTC+08:00)  #    Comments [0]  | 
# Saturday, 20 November 2010

For record keeping purporses, and also as a reference post if god forbid the sensor comes crashing down one day. This is how I mount my Kinect sensor.

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The sensor is mounted on the top of your typical flat screen TV. I was going to make a stand using instructions provided here, when I encountered 2 problems.

The first was that the top grills behind my TV ran the full length of the TV, so there’s no center spine area to put the tape on. Therefore I resorted to the use of a smaller tube.

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I’m guessing some Asian parents should be familiar with this nutmeg oil can, it’s diameter was just the right size to angle the platform. Speaking of which, the 2nd problem was the platform.

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Surprisingly I couldn’t find a simple no entry sign, or anything like that in the ACE Hardware I went to. I saw lots of STICKERS, but no signs. I ended up with a cutting mat that has a melting point of 70 degrees Celsius.

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I used industrial strength velcro for all removable points, then I used some duct tape as an anchor to help ease the force of the platform pushing against the can hopefully making for a more permanent bond.

Redundancy wise, in a case of failure. I hope that my used of multiple strips of velcro on the front of the TV combined with the duct tape, will ensure that there’s no SPONTANEOUS LOSS of adhesiveness, should the heat of the TV melt the velcro strip connected to the can I should be able to see it tilt gradually and perform any repairs instead of just watching it crash to the ground.

I hope!

For spatial reference

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The space from the TV, to where the white couch is, happens to be JUST THE RIGHT SIZE for 2 players. 1 player is where WZ is sitting.


Gaming | Gear
Saturday, 20 November 2010 23:01:35 (Malay Peninsula Standard Time, UTC+08:00)  #    Comments [0]  | 
# Friday, 19 November 2010

Today news broke that you can access your Windows Phone 7’s storage folders from this webpage, most sites referred to this as Portable USB drive access. They also wondered about the usefulness of this USB drive method since even if you COULD copy say… a DOC file into a folder, you couldn’t access it in the Office app on the phone. For that you could use my webserver method.

But I recognized what the folders were (Me and the other 10 people who used a Powered By Windows Media PMP device :P) The folders you see when you browse to the device…

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These are the MEDIA FOLDERS, From my experience Windows Media powered PMP would have folders like this and used this structure to hold it’s contents.

So it’s a simple way to move media around, big deal you say. But here’s the thing that interested me the most.

I CAN NOW DIRECTLY COPY VIDEO FILES INTO THE DEVICE.

Remember that you can already copy video files to the device using the Zune application, but unless your file satisfied certain parameters the Zune application will reencode the file to the WMV format before copying it to the device.

But… when you attempt to copy a file into the video folder directly through Explorer you get this dialog instead.

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So you can choose to drop the file onto the phone WITHOUT ANY REENCODING!

Now that I could copy video files into the phone directly what’s left was to find out what kind of codecs were supported. Microsoft provides a nice little list here. But I’d be lying if I’d say I knew what’s the difference between the various different profiles of MPEG4. ;) Anyway what’s missing on the list is.. AVI file container support.

Quick primer for those of you who are unfamiliar with how video files work. A video file consists of a container which has multiple streams and each stream might contain data using various codecs. A typical AVI file you download off the Internet would be using the AVI container format, and has 2 streams, a video stream using the MPEG4 codec (or more commonly known as XVID), and an audio stream using the MP3 codec.

The problem here is that because Windows Phone 7 doesn’t support reading of AVI containers, it means that we are unable to just drop AVI files onto the phone. Based on my experience and testing when making my Simple Webserver, I know that MP4 Containers ARE supported and usable.

So now we have a problem, we have a container (AVI) which can’t be read by Windows Phone 7 but it contains streams MPEG4 and MP3 which CAN be used by Windows Phone 7. So the question was, how do we get the streams into a MP4 container WITHOUT having to go through any reencoding?

Enter the swiss army knife of video tools : FFMPEG

With FFMPEG it’s easy to copy streams from one container to another, with a simple command line of

ffmpeg –I inputfile.avi –vcodec copy –acodec copy output.mp4

The streams from inputfile.avi will be copied over to output.mp4 WITHOUT wasting time reencoding. Once processed you can then drop the MP4 file onto your phone and hopefully it’ll play properly (Remember, there are various other settings for MPEG4, and the phone doesn’t support all of them)

What’s that you say? You don’t know how to use the command line? How about this then?

m2recontainmp4

It’s a VERY simple frontend to FFMPEG, you click on Pick Source to pick your source file. A quick analysis is done, and the program will tell you the state of the file. The destination file is entered automatically if possible, if not click Pick Destination for the output filename. (Be sure to enter a filename with the MP4 extension) Then click GO to start processing. Once it’s done copy the file over to your phone and try it out.

You can grab the M2RecontainInMP4 Program here. (I packaged the FFMPEG executable with it… I’m pretty sure I violated something in the licensing by doing so)

Things to note :-

  • It’s not a PERFECT process, sometimes some artifacts will appear
  • Renaming and deleting video files in Explorer seems to have WEIRD results, I think it’d be best if you don’t rename files on the device through Explorer. And to delete files, tap and hold on them in the Music & Videos app on your phone.
  • I haven’t gotten a H.264 video codec file to play properly, so.. good luck with the files you have.
  • This is a VERY VERY EASY hole for Microsoft to patch up. Let’s hope they don’t!

Friday, 19 November 2010 00:13:42 (Malay Peninsula Standard Time, UTC+08:00)  #    Comments [0]  | 
# Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Because my wife was complaining that I got way too many Nerf guns, I promised her that I’ll only get guns that have a different design compared to any one I’ve already owned.

Well… out comes the Nerf Barricade which uses a sort of motorised dart launcher mechanism instead of a traditional pump. So… new mechanism means…

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Brand new gun! Yippee!!! One of the main difference is that this gun CANNOT be used without batteries, because unlike the Vulcan there is no manual mechanism to shoot darts with.

All it has is an on/off switch, which uses some very interesting markings instead of the standard on/off marking.

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Off is basically indicated by a no shot icon, whereas on is indicated by a burst mode icon.

The 3 AA batteries that power the gun are contained behind this battery door.

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The dart chamber is capable of holding 10 rounds.

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The firing mechanism is interesting, when a chamber is rotated into firing position the dart is pushed forward into the barrel and…

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See the 2 pink gears at the bottom of the barrel, when you turn the gun on they start spinning, and when a dart is pushed into the barrel the gears basically grip the dart and accelerates it out the barrel.

There are 2 interesting things about the gun, the first is that it shoots surprisingly fast, almost as fast as you can pull the trigger. The second is that because the gears are constantly spinning as long as its on, it’s constantly draining power from the batteries… So battery life is suspect for this gun.

It’s a very interesting design, it’s compact, high capacity and high rate of fire is enticing, but the fact remains that it is a potential battery hog.

And here's a video.


Wednesday, 17 November 2010 19:01:22 (Malay Peninsula Standard Time, UTC+08:00)  #    Comments [0]  | 

After using my LG Optimus Windows Phone 7 for a while now I’ve decided to come up with a little FAQ for the upcoming Windows Phone 7 release in Malaysia to help users get up to speed with their new device.

Is Windows Phone released jn Malaysia yet?
(Updated 13th Jan 2011) Windows Phone 7 phones are now available in Malaysia.

Do I need a Windows PC to use the phone?
No, you only need to install the Zune application on your PC if you wish to copy files from the phone to your pc for backup. (This is the only way to backup full sized pictures and video recording from your camera) or if you want to put media onto the phone

Can I use a Mac instead?
A Beta Mac client has been released, I personally am not sure how well it works though.

Is a Windows Live ID required to use the phone?
You don't NEED a Live ID to use the phone, but you do need one to make full use of the phone’s features.

Microsoft's official statement says that Marketplace and xbox live is not supported in Malaysia,how would a user go about getting apps for the phone then?
This is an extremely complicated topic, so complicated that it needs its own post so load this link in a new tab.

Is it TRUE that we can't use our own songs as ringtones?
Not only is that true, the included ringtones are poorly suited for the task of alerting you to pick up the phone. This should be addressed in a future update

So... No copy and paste?
Yup.. Also coming in a later update.

And no multitasking?
Yup, no multitasking right now. The developers will have to pull a few tricks to give you the illusion of multitasking. Sorta like the PalmOS in its early days.

Is the load speed for apps slow?
Depends on a lot of factors, what does the app do on startup? Does if hit the network before showing anything on the screen? Did the device manufacturer use fast storage RAM? Feels quite ok on my LG Optimus, not sure about the rest.

What's this about MicroSD cards being permanently tied to the phone after they are inserted?
As a form of DRM to protect the contents of the phone, and in the best interest of content developers the SD card will actually have its security features activated. Once active not many other devices would know how to deal with it. Therefore right now, after you insert a MicroSD into a Windows Phone 7 device. It’s possible that no other device can use it for now. Here’s a link that points to more info.

What kind of media files are supported?
Through the Zune application, the phone will play MP3, WMA and unprotected AAC. FLAC is not supported, nor is OGG. Videos in supported formats will be transcoded to WMV format to be viewable on the phone.

Update 18th November 2010 : Using the method described in this link you can gain access to the media folders and DIRECTLY copy any supported file into the device bypassing the transcoding process. So far the best format I can get it to play is MP4 container, 720P H.264, AAC audio. With the help of the method in the above link, it is now possible to view XVID files WITHOUT REENCODING using the method which I describe here.

Can I read PDF files?
Yes, there's a basic PDF reader made by Adobe in the marketplace. I call it BASIC since other than the fact that it can read PDF files (quite well actually, handling a 1000+ page book pretty well) it doesn’t have a last read position feature, doesn’t have an insert bookmark feature… heck it doesn’t even have a GO TO PAGE NUMBER X feature, damn that makes it VERY VERY unfeasible to read that 1000+ page book! But then since it’s a program… it can be upgraded

How do I copy files such as PDFs, Word, Excel files to my phone?
Microsoft's recommendations are to mail them to yourself, I figured out a better solution.

How do I copy said files out from the phone then?
Mail them to yourself.... Sorry I don't have a better idea for this one yet.

Can it handle Chinese SMS?
It can receive them just fine, but to send them you'll have to make use of an app called 'Chinese SMS' that's free costs a small sum on the marketplace for now.

Update 18th November 2010 : Program costs money now!

How capable is Internet Explorer on Windows Phone 7?
Yes, Windows Phone 7’s IE doesn’t support HTML5. I’d think most mobile HTML5 sites are mainly catered for the iOS devices anyway. In normal usage IE is quite capable, it has pretty decent Javascript support and can handle normal websites quite well. It’s not perfect but it’s definetly what you can call a modern mobile web browser.

No plugin support then?
Just ask the real question you want to ask!

No Flash support then?
Not yet, Adobe says it’s coming.. But whenever that is… it’s not now.

What’s this WiFi bug that’s been going around?
There’s no way to connect to a non SSID broadcasting WiFi access point in Windows Phone 7. Also, it can only get it’s IP configuration through DHCP so static IP are also a problem.

Is there a Windows Live Messenger app for WP7?
There is one in the Marketplace right now, but it’s not an official one by Microsoft. And based on all the bad reviews the app is getting, seems like it doesn’t work too well. But… there is a way to get a… sort of Live Messenger app if you really need to chat with someone. Browse to http://mim.live.com on your Windows Phone 7 device and you’ll gain access to the Mobile Web version of Live Messenger, which works pretty well even if you might have to end up refreshing the page manually to see if new chats come in.

Can Windows Phone 7 replace my GPS? (25th Nov 2010)
The Maps application included in the phone doesn’t work that well here in Malaysia yet so the answer is NO. But check out the details here.

Can I sync my stuff from Outlook to the phone? (Updated 8th Jan 2011)
The answer to the question is both YES and NO, while you CAN get information from Outlook to your phone. It's not as straight forward as with Active Sync previously and also right now there's no way to sync Tasks and ToDo items. For more details check out this KB Article. Important Note (8th Jan 2011) : There seems to be a bug where editing a contact information in Outlook… makes you appear offline to that contact if it's an IM user, I have no idea why this is happening, but you need to be mindful of this.

I Keep Accidentally Hitting The Windows Or Search Buttons And Losing Everything I Was Working On (3rd March 2011)
The scenario is this, you're playing Puzzle Quest 2 on your HD7 and then your thumb accidentally swipes pass the Windows button and the game goes away as the Start screen shows up and you lose your game progress, damn those capacitive buttons! What happen was that the absence of traditional multitasking, and the app's developer not being able to handle Windows Phone 7 tombstoning effectively would have caused the app to lose whatever it is you were working on.

This is especially problematic on devices that don't have PHYSICAL buttons cause it's so easy to accidentally press capacitive buttons. What I just found out is that if you quickly press BACK after hitting the Windows or Search buttons there's a chance that you can get back to the app BEFORE the OS kills it. Keyword here is QUICKLY, you have to be fast about it! It might not always work, but if something good to know.

That’s what I have right now, feel free to post any new questions for me to add to this list.


Wednesday, 17 November 2010 11:57:11 (Malay Peninsula Standard Time, UTC+08:00)  #    Comments [4]  | 
# Monday, 08 November 2010

And now for my continuing adventures experimenting with Windows Live ID on my LG Optimus. Today was to test if I can actually BUY something if I had a working credit card attached to the Windows Live ID account on my phone. The reason I am worried that this might not work is because of this.

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The phone has it’s originating telco information embedded in its firmware, as you can see my LG Optimus is from Singtel. And from all the reviews I’ve heard on the web, purchases made on the phone are charged to the telco bill. As I’m using a Maxis SIM card in the phone I wasn’t sure what would happen.

But luckily, when I choose to bought a game the phone just mentioned that my credit card would be charged and that was the end of that.

So… in summary. If you have an Windows Live ID account which you managed to attach a working credit card to, YES, YOU CAN BUY STUFF FROM THE WINDOWS PHONE MARKETPLACE.

And I thought my crazy adventures with Windows Live ID was done with until I fired up Zune and logged in to the Singapore account attached to the phone now, at which point Zune greeted me with this.

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Granted the change is simple enough, and the dialog box tells you what to do to change your PC’s region (What it doesn’t tell you is that after you make the setting, you need to restart the Zune application) Like one of my friend’s mentioned “WTF?!?!?!” Yes… WTF indeed…


Monday, 08 November 2010 23:02:53 (Malay Peninsula Standard Time, UTC+08:00)  #    Comments [0]  | 
# Sunday, 07 November 2010

Ok, before I head in to talk about the things I like about Windows Phone 7. Let’s me just get the stuff which I don’t like out of the way first.

No Copy And Paste

It’s terribly inconvenient to not be able to Copy and Paste, but the update is coming next year and based on how you can move the cursor in textboxes I guess part of the mechanics are in already. So it’s not something that’s haunting me right now, but if I don’t mention it some people will just say I’m not pointing out an obvious failure of the platform.

What I am REALLY HATING about Windows Phone 7 now is the fact that.

Unable To Set My Own Ringtones

I’m sure you would have already heard that you can’t set your own songs as ringtones on this current Windows Phone 7 release. Which I really didn’t expect to be a problem initially, after all this is a software issue and can be fixed sooner or later. But what I wasn’t expecting was…

The Included Ringtones Aren’t Good Ringtones

The ringtones included in the phone are nice little melodies, but they lack one important quality which is needed as a ringtone… They don’t SCREAM “YOUR PHONE IS RINGING, PICK IT UP NOW!” So that’s the main problem with the included alerts.

No Real Multitasking

Not exactly something that is bugging me right now, most applications which aren’t games pop up pretty fast so I don’t feel that its too much of a bother. I guess if I play a lot of games I might find it more problematic, the situation should improve once developers get a hang of how the suspension system works.

Not too many things to worry about right now since it’s just the first version of the product.


Sunday, 07 November 2010 21:12:02 (Malay Peninsula Standard Time, UTC+08:00)  #    Comments [0]  | 
# Friday, 05 November 2010

(I lost my previous sacarstic post when Live Writer crashed without an auto save, damn!)

While Windows Phone 7 supports the viewing of Office files, PDFs, etc. etc. To get them onto the device you have to either email them to yourself, or upload them to a website then download file using Internet Explorer. You can’t just directly copy the file from your PC to your phone using the Zune application.

Since it’s possible to download a file through IE and have the phone save it, I decided to just write a simple webserver program.

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You select a folder to point the webserver to (just fill it with normal files, no ASPX or VB or what not, it’ll blow up most likely) Key in a different network port if it doesn’t work when you click Start Service.

Update 18th November 2010 : You CANNOT Copy media files to your device this way, only documents. Specifically things that I do know that work are Office documents, PDFs if you have Adobe Reader installed, and images

Also when you click Start Service, Windows Firewall might come up and ask you to allow network connections which you obviously should.

After the server is started you’ll see the list of locations that your phone (Which should obviously be connected to the same network as the PC through WiFi) should be able to access the webserver, just browse to those addresses on the phone’s IE and you’ll be able to access the files and save them to your phone.

You need .Net Framework 3.5 to run the program, but it should already be included on Windows 7. The usual there are no warranties or guarantees that the program doesn’t cause your PC to spontaneously explode should be observed.

Also note that running a full fledged webserver when you don't need to is technically a bad security practice, so do close the program when you're done with it.

If anyone wants to point out any program that already performs a similar function and saying mine sucks and all, please remember that I’m a software programmer and I tend to write code for no reason other than to write code.

ps. Sometimes weird things seem to happen to the browser when you open video files this way, so if you find yourself greeted with a completely white browser page on refresh, try closing the tab and using another one.

Update 10th November : If your Internet Explorer just seems to take a long while to load and nothing comes out, try closing the tab and opening a new one. Sometimes it seems like the phone can’t decide between using WiFi or the mobile data network to access an address.

Update 13th November : Here's a how to use Video!


Friday, 05 November 2010 23:54:40 (Malay Peninsula Standard Time, UTC+08:00)  #    Comments [0]  | 

So as some people in Malaysia waits ever so impatiently for the local arrival of Windows Phone 7 to our shores. I took the crazy route and got a LG Optimus 7 from Singapore.

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Now that I have been able to play with an actual Windows Phone 7 device for a while now I felt that there’s something that all everyone who is thinking of getting a Window Phone 7 when it becomes available here in Malaysia should know before they start setting up their phones. What I’m talking about is the extremely tricky concern of..

The Primary Windows Live ID which you’ll tie to your phone.

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When you first turn on your phone it’ll ask you for a Windows Live ID, you can choose to skip the procedure and use the phone normally, but trying to access the marketplace or any other online service that’s tied to Windows Live and the phone will ask you for it again.

The PRIMARY Windows Live ID is used by the phone in the following ways.

  • It is the Windows Live ID where it’ll sync contacts, calendars and email from.
  • It is the Windows Live ID whose SkyDrive will be used when you use the phone’s online services, ie. Uploading images to SkyDrive, Synching OneNote Mobile to Skydrive, etc. etc.
  • Is is the Windows Live ID which when they access http://windowsphone.live.com will be able to access the functions such as find my phone, remote wipe, remote lock and remote ring.
  • It is the Windows Live ID whose XBOX Live Gamertag will be pulled from
  • It is the Windows Live ID where Marketplace purchases and access be logged to.

The final point is of VERY high importance. If you don’t know yet, Marketplace is what Microsoft calls the AppStore for Windows Phone 7. If you’re still unfamiliar with the AppStore term. Then Marketplace is your one stop application download repository for Windows Phone 7. When you buy an app in the Marketplace it’s ownership is logged to the Primary Windows Live ID for purpose of DRM management. The Primary Windows Live ID also determines the COUNTRY which you are in and hence the application which are available for purchase by the account.

In short, the Country which will be tied to your Primary Windows Live ID account determines the following

  • What kind of apps you can see in the Marketplace
  • What kind of media you can buy in the Marketplace
  • What kind of payment options you can use in the Marketplace

When you first access the Marketplace app, and the system detects that no country record has been attached to the Primary Windows Live ID it will ask you to choose the country which your are from (if you’ve previously used your Primary Windows Live ID for XBOX Live or Zune, the country which was selected on those services will be used)

Problem number one :- MALAYSIA IS NOT CURRENTLY IN THE LIST

Throughout all official Microsoft Malaysia communication regarding Windows Phone 7, the statement “Marketplace and XBOX Live will not be available at launch in Malaysia” is constantly thrown out. And this is what they mean by such a statement, Malaysia is not listed as a supported country yet.

So, as a user anxious to get apps for their spanking new phone which they’ve just bought. The user will most likely just choose some other reasonably valid option such as Singapore, or United States.

There leads us to problem number two :- AFAIK THERE’S NO WAY OF CHANGING THE COUNTRY TIED TO YOUR ACCOUNT

As far as I know, there’s no way of changing the associated country of your Windows Live ID account. Once you set it to say… US, you can’t change it. The biggest problem this presents is when you try to BUY stuff. It’s pretty much impossible to associate a Malaysian Credit Card to a US Windows Live ID account, so you will not be able to buy anything from Marketplace.

For those of your familiar with using multiple iTunes accounts on your iOS devices, or multiple accounts on the XBOX 360 here comes problem number three :- YOU CANNOT CHANGE YOUR PRIMARY WINDOWS LIVE ID ONCE IT’S ENTERED.

From the MOMENT you hit the LOGIN button when you’re asked for your Primary Windows Live ID it is LOCKED to the phone. You will NOT be able to change it WITHOUT A HARD RESET. So no swapping accounts like on other devices will be possible.

There is one lucky break in all this :- ANYTHING THAT CARRIES A PRICE OF 0 CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM THE MARKETPLACE WITHOUT ANY PAYMENT INFO REQUIRED.

If you’re familiar with the iOS app store, you’ll know that you HAVE to have some form of credit card information in order to make an iTunes account and start buying stuff even if its free. The lucky break that we have for Windows Phone’s Marketplace is that anything that costs 0 be it because the app is FREE or because we decided to download the TRIAL version can be downloaded without any payment information attached to our account. And this is how we in Malaysia will be able to at least partially enjoy the Windows Phone Marketplace before we get official support here.

In summary let’s recap

  • A single PRIMARY Windows Live ID is needed to unlock the full potential of your Windows Phone 7 device
  • Malaysia is NOT in the support country list for Windows Marketplace.
  • There DOESN’T SEEM to be a way to change the associated country of the account after it is set the first time.
  • You MIGHT NOT be able to add a payment method to accounts of other countries
  • The Primary Windows Live ID CANNOT BE EASILY CHANGED once it is entered on the Windows Phone 7 device.
  • Anything that carries a price of 0 on download can be downloaded from the Marketplace without any payment info attached to your account.

I hope this helps explains the implications of your Primary Windows Live ID and problems when any of you in Malaysia gets a Windows Phone 7 before we get official Marketplace support.

For those of you who have read the article but don’t understand what you should do if you get a Windows Phone 7 before Malaysia gets it’s offiical Marketplace support, here is what I recommend.

This will only help IF THE WINDOWS LIVE ID YOU ARE GOING TO USE HASN’T ALREADY BEEN USED IN XBOX LIVE OR ZUNE. (I’m not sure if Games For Windows Live counts or not)

  1. When you get your Windows Phone 7 device, create a NEW Windows Live ID and use that as your Primary Windows Live ID on the phone. Treat this NEW Windows Live ID as a DISCARDABLE account, so try not to get too attached to it.
  2. If you have another Windows Live ID which you’ve been using all this while where all your Contacts, Calendars and Emails are, add it to the phone so that the contents can be accessed. This will become your Secondary Live ID.
  3. Whenever you want to create a new contact or new calendar appointment remember to create it in the Secondary Live ID’s account, remember that we’re treating the Primary as a discardable account.
  4. Access Marketplace and tie the Primary account to wherever you’d like so that you can at least download free apps for use on your phone.
  5. WHEN Malaysia gets OFFICIAL Marketplace support, that is when you hard reset your phone, associate with your more permanent Windows Live ID, and start buying apps properly.

ps. These steps are just my suggestion, there’s no guarantee that they’ll always work if MS decides to fiddle with the dials or anything, so don’t come crying to me if it stops working.

This post is part of My Windows Phone 7 User FAQ, check it out if you haven’t already done so.

There’s a short follow up to this issue with regards to the Zune Application.


Friday, 05 November 2010 21:05:51 (Malay Peninsula Standard Time, UTC+08:00)  #    Comments [0]  |