The beginning of November, with the blessing of Microsoft offered Unlocker tool for Windows Phone 7 is temporarily not available. As the developer Rafael Rivera, Chris Walsh and Long Zheng told, they sold 10,000 copies of ChevronWP7 Labs‘ application by the end of the day mentioned. Thus it reached the originally agreed upon number with Microsoft.
“Our agreement with Microsoft was not to sell more than 10,000 tokens,” wrote the developer in a since-deleted Twitter message. “We are discussing whether we increase the number.”
The developers of ChevronWP7 claims to have agreed with Microsoft to sell more than 10,000 units of the Unlocker tool (Image: ChevronWP7).
Reports that Microsoft had halted the further distribution of the Unlocker tool, Rivera disagreed on his blog within windows. So far, Microsoft is not at all contingent on the brief was also addressed. Walsh, Zheng and he had not yet decided whether they wanted to continue to offer the tool. “You can ask us any further unlocks available, because we have not even asked if we ask, we are sure that Microsoft will respond positively, as in the past”
ChevronWP7 allows smartphones running Microsoft’s mobile operating system, Windows Phone 7 unlock to install hand-knitted applications. However, bypasses the unlock not existed since the mango Interop barrier, which prevents native code from a. NET application access, so as example, to access camera or registry. Interested users must log on to the ChevronWP7 site with their Windows Live ID and pay a fee of $ 9 per phone. Then they can make their own written code available to others.