Online cloud storage is very popular now. However, Microsoft is going backward by reducing its SkyDrive free storage from 25 GB to 7 GB. Err… Anyone is using Microsft SkyDrive here? Personally, I don’t use SkyDrive because it does not have official Android application. But it has SkyDrive App for Windows, Mac, Windows Phone, iPhone and iPad. No Android love here…
How to import Windows Mobile contacts, calendar into Android? This is not a question for those who have HTC Android phone. As they can use HTC Sync 3.0 to import contacts, calendar directly from Outlook to Android. But that’s a famous question for Google Nexus One users. Or Android HTC HD2 users with Nexus One, CyanogenMod 6, build without Sense.
Finally, I found an easy way to export Windows Mobile Phone contacts, calendar & mail to Google Account. No more export and import CSV file because this method does not able to copy contacts’ photo. Export contacts from Outlook to Google Account is not a good choice for me. Lucky, Windows Mobile Phone ActiveSync comes to rescue.
Note – Backup your contacts and calendar to Outlook first before sync.
Microsoft Windows is very stable now. No need to format Windows when system crashed. I still remember the day when using Microsoft Windows 95 / ME. Windows is not so stable and tends to crash if the applications do not running well. Boot disk is a must have to troubleshoot. I was using floppy drive and CD ROM as boot disk back then. But it is replaced by USB flash drive nowadays. How to make USB Pen Drive bootable? There is a tool called Makebootable from PenDrive that can make your Pen Drive bootable.
Yeah, Windows Mobile 6.5 is still alive and kicking even Windows Phone 7 is out there. Microsoft updated Facebook application for Windows Mobile 6.5 to version 1.4 (220.127.116.11). For those who are still using Windows Mobile, it’s time for you to install it.