WM7-esque experience running WM6.5
0. phoneArena 20 Apr 2009, 17:17 posted on
The xda-developer teams have been hard at work on the WM7 Titanium Project...
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1. E.N. (Posts: 2577; Member since: 25 Jan 2009)
I think this looks a lot better than the current ui
3. wifidude (Posts: 25; Member since: 17 Apr 2009)
Let me ask you this guys, What is the security risks of running those modified or enhanced UI skins? Do you think a programmer can put some malicious code to monitor your smartphone?
4. cphorn15 (Posts: 6; Member since: 21 Apr 2009)
There is always a possibility that someone somewhere as has added a malicious code to something and it in turn will ruin your computer/device. However, knowing that this is coming from xda, I'd be willing to trust my $500 phone with them. They're nice folks and I haven't seen any reports of anyone saying whatever was on the site has ruined their cell phone or their computer for that matter.
5. Astromanaught (Posts: 46; Member since: 11 Mar 2009)
While this is true, I wouldnt recomend some one that doesnt know what they're doing messing wth the operating system too much. "cooked up" OS's can be buggy, with no technical support. Also you might want to check to see if doing so doesnt void the warenty
6. Sweeny Russ (Posts: 2; Member since: 21 Apr 2009)
That is ridiculous, the guys at xda are strictly concerned only for the most advanced mobile capabilities on the planet. To plan and create this stuff takes hours upon hours. And windows mobile is open source. But only for developers. I am member and and amateur creator and I'm affended. The ui's and programs that manufacturers use on windows mobile today all came from us.
7. Big Red (Posts: 101; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)
Are you "affended" or "offended"? Windows Mobile is not open source. To say they are open source 'but only to developers' is the most retarded thing I have ever heard. Thats like saying "My house is open to anyone, but only my family can come inside. I have an open house."